Art/ Collection/ Art Object

Flora from a set showing classical deities

Designer: Jan van Orley (Flemish, Brussels 1665–1735 Brussels)
Weaver: Jan Frans van der Borght (Brussels) , possibly
Weaver Pieter van der Borght (Brussels) , possibly
first half 18th century
Flemish, Brussels
Wool, silk (19-22 warps per inch, 8-9 per cm.)
H. 116 x W. 120 inches (294.6 x 304.8 cm)
Credit Line:
Gift of H. Edward Manville, 1942
Accession Number:
Not on view
Archduke Ludwig Viktor of Austria , the Hofburg, Vienna (in 1861) ; possibly Archduke Ludwig Viktor of Austria , Castle Herrenstein ; [ The Anderson Galleries , February 4–5, 1927, no. 271 ] ; [ Dorotheum , June 2, 1921, no. 461 ] ; H. Edward Manville , Pleasantville, New York (until 1942; to MMA)
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