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The Wayfarer Crowned by Happiness from a set of The Table of Cebes

Designer:
Design based on a woodcut by David Kandel (German, ca. 1520–ca. 1596)
Date:
1550–80
Culture:
French
Medium:
Wool and silk on canvas (cross-stitch, 48-56 per sq. in., 9 per sq. cm.). Tent stitch, 156-190 per sq. in., 30-36 per sq. cm.
Dimensions:
L. 96 x W. 118 inches (243.8 x 299.7 cm)
Classification:
Textiles-Embroidered
Credit Line:
Bequest of Anne Archbold, 1969
Accession Number:
69.298
Not on view
possibly de Fenis de Prade family, Limoges ; Leon Lacroix (until 1928; sold to French and Co.) ; [ French and Co., New York (1928–29; sold to Mrs. Anne Archbold) ] ; Mrs. Anne Archbold (1929–69; bequeathed to MMA)
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