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Title: Angels Praising (Angeli Laudantes)
Sir Edward Burne-Jones (British, Birmingham 1833–1898 Fulham) (figures)
John Henry Dearle (British, London 1859–1932 Purley, Surrey) (background, frame)
From a cartoon painted in 1894 by John Henry Dearle (British, London 1859–1932 Purley, Surrey)
Manufactured by Morris & Company
Weaving workshop at Merton Abbey Tapestry Works (British, founded 1881)
Woven under the direction of John Martin (British, active ca. 1884–after 1915) Robert Ellis and Merritt
Commissioned by Major Charles Syndey Goldman
Culture: British, Merton Abbey
Medium: Dyed wool and silk on undyed cotton warp (15 warps per inch; 5-6 per cm.)
Dimensions: Overall (confirmed): 92 1/2 x 80 in. (235 x 203.2 cm) [PR: 92 1/4; PL: 92 1/2; Top: 79 1/4; Center width: 79 3/4; Bottom: 80"]
Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 2008
Accession Number: 2008.8a–c
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