The Last Supper, Michiel Coxie (I) (Netherlandish, Mechelen ca. 1499–1592 Mechelen)  , probably, Wool, silk, silver-gilt, silver thread (18-19 warps per inch, 7-8 per cm.), Flemish, Brussels

The Last Supper

Designer:
Michiel Coxie (I) (Netherlandish, Mechelen ca. 1499–1592 Mechelen) , probably
Artist:
Related to a 1523 print of the Last Supper by Albrecht Dürer (German, Nuremberg 1471–1528 Nuremberg)
Artist:
Related to an engraving of the Last Supper by Marcantonio Raimondi (Italian, Argini (?) ca. 1480–before 1534 Bologna (?))
Artist:
Related to paintings by Pieter Coecke van Aelst (Netherlandish, Aelst 1502–1550 Brussels) and his pupil, Willem Key
Artist:
Related to an embroidered orphrey by Barthélemy van den Kerckhove (Judas, Christ, vessel on floor)
Maker:
Woven by Unknown
Date:
1540–45
Culture:
Flemish, Brussels
Medium:
Wool, silk, silver-gilt, silver thread (18-19 warps per inch, 7-8 per cm.)
Dimensions:
H. 123 x W. 115 inches (312.4 x 292.1 cm)
Classification:
Textiles-Tapestries
Credit Line:
Fletcher Fund, 1944
Accession Number:
44.63.4
Not on view
Marking: (on guard, lower left corner; red or orange shield, BB in gold thread) Brussels mark;
(in gold thread or yellow silk on right side guard, near bottom) Weaver's mark, unidentified
Electors of Saxony, Dresden , church of the new palace (ca. 1554–1701?) ; Electors of Saxony, Brühl Palace, Dresden (from ca. 1701–at least the 1840s) ; Königlichen Gemäldegalerie (Dresden, ca. 1855–ca. 1924?) ; Brought to the United States by Prince Ernst Heinrich, Duke of Saxony (ca. 1925) ; [ French and Co., New York (before 1935–44; sold to MMA) ]