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Beauvais x
Arms of Joseph Marie, Second Duc de Boufflers
Designer: Jean-Baptiste Oudry
(French, Paris 1686–1755 Beauvais)
Date: designed in 1733, probably woven in 1740
Medium: Wool, silk (21 warps per inch, 10 per cm.)
Accession Number: 60.101
Armchair back
Beauvais
Date: 1754–56
Medium: Wool and silk
Accession Number: 35.145.17a
Armchair
Beauvais
Date: designed ca. 1786, woven 1790–91; on second half 19th century frames
Medium: Carved and gilded wood; wool, silk
Accession Number: 1978.404.18a–c
Armrest
Beauvais
Date: 1754–56
Medium: Wool and silk
Accession Number: 35.145.25c
Rocaille cartouches with flowers
After designs by Pierre Edmé Babel
(French, Paris 1720–1775 Paris)
Date: ca. 1735–50
Medium: Wool, silk (20-22 warps per inch, 8 per cm.)
Accession Number: 07.225.47b1
Rocaille cartouches with flowers
After designs by Pierre Edmé Babel
(French, Paris 1720–1775 Paris)
Date: ca. 1735–50
Medium: Wool, silk (20-22 warps per inch, 8 per cm.)
Accession Number: 07.225.47b2
The Audience of the Emperor from the series The Story of the Emperor of China
Guy Louis Vernansal the Elder
(French, Fontainebleau 1648–1729 Paris)
Date: designed ca. 1685–90, woven ca. 1685–1740
Medium: Wool, silk (19-20 warps per inch, 8 per cm.)
Accession Number: 48.71
Armrest
Beauvais
Date: 1754–56
Medium: Wool and silk
Accession Number: 35.145.19c
Girls with Grapes from a set of the Italian Village Scenes
Designed by François Boucher
(French, Paris 1703–1770 Paris)
Date: designed 1734–36, woven 1762
Medium: Wool, silk (21-23 warps per inch, 8-9 per cm.)
Accession Number: 64.145.6
Armrest
Beauvais
Date: 1754–56
Medium: Wool and silk
Accession Number: 35.145.26c
Chair seat
Beauvais
Date: 1754–56
Medium: Wool and silk
Accession Number: 35.145.18b
The Offering to Bacchus (from a set of five Berain Grotesques)
Jean-Baptiste Monnoyer
(French, Lille 1636–1699 London)
Date: designed ca. 1688, woven ca. 1690–1711
Medium: Wool, silk (21-27 warps per inch, 8-9 per cm.)
Accession Number: 1977.437.4
Rocaille cartouche with flowers
Probably manufactured in the Beauvais
Date: ca. 1735–50
Medium: Wool, silk (20-22 warps per inch, 8 per cm.)
Accession Number: 07.225.47a3
Armchair seat
Beauvais
Date: 1754–56
Medium: Wool and silk
Accession Number: 35.145.28b
Armchair seat
Beauvais
Date: 1754–56
Medium: Wool and silk
Accession Number: 35.145.26b
Armchair
Beauvais
Date: designed ca. 1786, woven 1790–91; on second half 19th century frames
Medium: Carved and gilded wood; wool, silk
Accession Number: 1978.404.16a–c
Reclining Putto
probably Beauvais
Date: second half 19th century
Medium: Silk, wool (25-27 warps per inch, 10 per cm.)
Accession Number: 1974.284.1
Armrest
Beauvais
Date: 1754–56
Medium: Wool and silk
Accession Number: 35.145.23c
The Charlatan and the Peep Show from a set of the Italian Village Scenes
Designed by François Boucher
(French, Paris 1703–1770 Paris)
Date: designed 1734–36, woven 1762
Medium: Wool, silk (21-23 warps per inch, 8-9 per cm.)
Accession Number: 64.145.1
Armchair
Beauvais
Date: designed ca. 1786, woven 1790–91; on second half 19th century frames
Medium: Carved and gilded wood; wool, silk
Accession Number: 1978.404.13a–c
Two upholstery panels
Workshop of de Menou
(French, active 1780–93)
Date: 1787–91
Medium: Silk and wool (23-25 warps per inch, 9-11 per cm.)
Accession Number: 59.208.81a, b
Armrest
Beauvais
Date: 1754–56
Medium: Wool and silk
Accession Number: 35.145.21d
The Elephant from a set of five Grotesques
Designed by Jean-Baptiste Monnoyer
(French, Lille 1636–1699 London)
Date: designed ca. 1688, woven ca. 1690–1711
Medium: Wool, silk (21-27 warps per inch, 8-9 per cm.)
Accession Number: 1977.437.3
Manuscript Leaf with Initial M, from a Missal
Date: ca. 1290
Medium: Tempera and gold on parchment
Accession Number: 1992.238
The Parrot from a set of the Italian Village Scenes
Designed by François Boucher
(French, Paris 1703–1770 Paris)
Date: designed 1734–36, woven 1762
Medium: Wool, silk (21-23 warps per inch, 8-9 per cm.)
Accession Number: 64.145.7
Armchair seat
Beauvais
Date: 1754–56
Medium: Wool and silk
Accession Number: 35.145.23b
The Repast from the set of Russian Entertainments
Jean-Baptiste Le Prince
(French, Metz 1734–1781 Saint-Denis-du-Port)
Date: designed 1767–69, woven 1771–72
Medium: Wool, silk (20-22 warps per inch, 7-9 per cm.)
Accession Number: 48.139
Chair seat
Beauvais
Date: early 19th century
Medium: Wool, silk (26 warps per inch, 10 per cm.)
Accession Number: 1981.202.2
Armrest
Beauvais
Date: 1754–56
Medium: Wool and silk
Accession Number: 35.145.27d
Armchair back
Beauvais
Date: 1754–56
Medium: Wool and silk
Accession Number: 35.145.26a
Arms of Joseph Marie, Second Duc de Boufflers
Designer: Jean-Baptiste Oudry
(French, Paris 1686–1755 Beauvais)
Date: designed in 1733, probably woven in 1740
Accession Number: 60.101
Armchair back
Beauvais
Date: 1754–56
Accession Number: 35.145.17a
Armchair
Beauvais
Date: designed ca. 1786, woven 1790–91; on second half 19th century frames
Accession Number: 1978.404.18a–c
Armrest
Beauvais
Date: 1754–56
Accession Number: 35.145.25c
Rocaille cartouches with flowers
After designs by Pierre Edmé Babel
(French, Paris 1720–1775 Paris)
Date: ca. 1735–50
Accession Number: 07.225.47b1
Rocaille cartouches with flowers
After designs by Pierre Edmé Babel
(French, Paris 1720–1775 Paris)
Date: ca. 1735–50
Accession Number: 07.225.47b2
The Audience of the Emperor from the series The Story of the Emperor of China
Guy Louis Vernansal the Elder
(French, Fontainebleau 1648–1729 Paris)
Date: designed ca. 1685–90, woven ca. 1685–1740
Accession Number: 48.71
Armrest
Beauvais
Date: 1754–56
Accession Number: 35.145.19c
Girls with Grapes from a set of the Italian Village Scenes
Designed by François Boucher
(French, Paris 1703–1770 Paris)
Date: designed 1734–36, woven 1762
Accession Number: 64.145.6
Armrest
Beauvais
Date: 1754–56
Accession Number: 35.145.26c
Chair seat
Beauvais
Date: 1754–56
Accession Number: 35.145.18b
The Offering to Bacchus (from a set of five Berain Grotesques)
Jean-Baptiste Monnoyer
(French, Lille 1636–1699 London)
Date: designed ca. 1688, woven ca. 1690–1711
Accession Number: 1977.437.4
Rocaille cartouche with flowers
Probably manufactured in the Beauvais
Date: ca. 1735–50
Accession Number: 07.225.47a3
Armchair seat
Beauvais
Date: 1754–56
Accession Number: 35.145.28b
Armchair seat
Beauvais
Date: 1754–56
Accession Number: 35.145.26b
Armchair
Beauvais
Date: designed ca. 1786, woven 1790–91; on second half 19th century frames
Accession Number: 1978.404.16a–c
Reclining Putto
probably Beauvais
Date: second half 19th century
Accession Number: 1974.284.1
Armrest
Beauvais
Date: 1754–56
Accession Number: 35.145.23c
The Charlatan and the Peep Show from a set of the Italian Village Scenes
Designed by François Boucher
(French, Paris 1703–1770 Paris)
Date: designed 1734–36, woven 1762
Accession Number: 64.145.1
Armchair
Beauvais
Date: designed ca. 1786, woven 1790–91; on second half 19th century frames
Accession Number: 1978.404.13a–c
Two upholstery panels
Workshop of de Menou
(French, active 1780–93)
Date: 1787–91
Accession Number: 59.208.81a, b
Armrest
Beauvais
Date: 1754–56
Accession Number: 35.145.21d
The Elephant from a set of five Grotesques
Designed by Jean-Baptiste Monnoyer
(French, Lille 1636–1699 London)
Date: designed ca. 1688, woven ca. 1690–1711
Accession Number: 1977.437.3
Manuscript Leaf with Initial M, from a Missal
Date: ca. 1290
Accession Number: 1992.238
The Parrot from a set of the Italian Village Scenes
Designed by François Boucher
(French, Paris 1703–1770 Paris)
Date: designed 1734–36, woven 1762
Accession Number: 64.145.7
Armchair seat
Beauvais
Date: 1754–56
Accession Number: 35.145.23b
The Repast from the set of Russian Entertainments
Jean-Baptiste Le Prince
(French, Metz 1734–1781 Saint-Denis-du-Port)
Date: designed 1767–69, woven 1771–72
Accession Number: 48.139
Chair seat
Beauvais
Date: early 19th century
Accession Number: 1981.202.2
Armrest
Beauvais
Date: 1754–56
Accession Number: 35.145.27d
Armchair back
Beauvais
Date: 1754–56
Accession Number: 35.145.26a
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