Huntsman Presenting a Captured Heron to a Lady Falconer
Wool warp; wool and silk wefts
Overall: 93 1/2 x 140in. (237.5 x 355.6cm)
Gift of Mrs. Mellon Bruce, 1964
Not on view
Stanford White (American, New York 1853–1906 New York), New York; Charles T. Barney, then James Barney, New York; [ P. W. French & Co., New York (before 1928)]; Honorable Andrew W. Mellon(by 1928); Mrs. David K. E. Bruce(by 1938)
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