Wall hanging fragment

After a composition by Daniel Marot the Elder French

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See 34.94.1 for another piece of same wall hanging, derived from a popular textile design by Daniel Marot from ca. 1712. Marot, court architect to William III, greatly influenced the decorative arts in the Netherlands at this time; his publication from 1702–1715 of several series of ornamental designs contributed to the popularization of the Louis XIV style in the Netherlands

Wall hanging fragment, After a composition by Daniel Marot the Elder (French, Paris 1661–1752 The Hague), Leather, embossed, "gilded", and polychromed, Northern Dutch

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