H. 113.5 cm, L. of long branches 36.8 cm, L. of short branches 11.4 cm
Robert Lehman Collection, 1975
Not on view
The branches and shaft of the chandelier have been correspondingly numbered with a system of drill holes. The branches and nozzles are similar in shape to those of a large tabernacle-chandelier from the church of Saint James at The Hague and now in the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam.
Jean-Baptiste Carrand (1792-1871), Lyon; Maurice Chabrières-Arlès, Oullins, until 1903; [Duveen Brothers, New York]. Acquired by Philip Lehman through Duveen in January 1917.
Artist: Thomas Hope (British (born Holland), Amsterdam 1769–1831 London)Date: ca. 1802Medium: Carved and gilded wood, with gilded metals (iron and brass or bronze).Accession: 1975.1.2494On view in:Not on view
Artist: Designed by Bernard van Orley (Netherlandish, Brussels ca. 1492–1541/42 Brussels)Date: ca. 1524–46 (design), ca. 1525–28 (woven)Medium: Wool, silk, silver-gilt thread.Accession: 1975.1.1915On view in:Not on view
Artist: Gerard David (Netherlandish, Oudewater ca. 1455–1523 Bruges)Date: ca. 1485–90Medium: Tempera and gold leaf on parchment that has been trimmed and laid down on thin walnutAccession: 1975.1.2486On view in:Not on view