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Title: The Camel from a set of five Grotesques
Jean-Baptiste Monnoyer (French, Lille 1636–1699 London)
Style of Jean Berain (French, Saint-Mihiel 1640–1711 Paris)
Designed by Jean-Baptiste Monnoyer (French, Lille 1636–1699 London)
Border designed by Guy Louis Vernansal the Elder (French, Fontainebleau 1648–1729 Paris)
Philippe Béhagle (French, 1641–1705) , or his son Philippe
Date: designed ca. 1688, woven ca. 1690–1711
Culture: French, Beauvais
Medium: Wool, silk (21-27 warps per inch, 8-9 per cm.)
Dimensions: 9 ft. 10 in. × 17 ft. 4 1/2 in. (299.7 × 529.6 cm)
Credit Line: Gift of John M. Schiff, 1977
Accession Number: 1977.437.1
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