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Title: Settee (one of a pair)
John Mayhew (British, 1736–1811)
and William Ince (British, active ca. 1758/59–1794, died 1804)
Tapestry designed by Maurice Jacques (French, 1712–1784) and
Tapestry designed by Louis Tessier (French, 1719/20–1781)
Tapestry woven at Manufacture Nationale des Gobelins (French, established 1662)
Workshop of Jacques Neilson (French, 1714–1788)
Commissioned for George William Coventry, 6th earl of Coventry (Croome Court, Worcestershire, England)
Culture: British and French
Medium: Gilded fruitwood; wool and silk (22-24 warps per inch, 9-10 per centimeter)
Dimensions: 44 × 75 × 32 1/2 in. (111.8 × 190.5 × 82.6 cm)
Classifications: Woodwork-Furniture, Textiles-Tapestries
Credit Line: Gift of Samuel H. Kress Foundation, 1958
Accession Number: 58.75.21
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