Notable Sale

The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

Enclosed Garden with Animals
Southern Netherlands (?), early sixteenth century (?)
Wool and silk, 248 x 246 cm (97.6 x 96.8 inch) (fragment)

Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Bacchus or Autumn
1683, for Louis-César de Bourbon count de Vexin (1672-1683), second son of Louis XIV and marquise de Montespan
embroidery, manufactured in the St Joseph convent, Paris
end of 17th century

Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam

The Fire of Persepolis after Karel Van Mander
Spierring workshop, Delft
17th century

Metropolitan Museum of New York

The Triumph of the Fame of the collection Isabella the Catholic
Brussels, ca. 1510.
In partnership with Galerie Blondeel-Deroyan, Paris.
A detail of this tapestry made the cover of the book Flemish tapestry of Guy. Delmarcel

Royal Museums of Art and History, Brussels

Diane and Endymion
pre-Gobelin, Paris,
17th century

Museum of the Manufacture nationale des Gobelins, Mobilier national, Paris

Charles Martel killing a Sarrasian King from the Louis XIV collection
17th century, (illustrated on page 296 of La collection de tapisseries de Louis XIV,
Jean Vittet et Arnauld Brejon, edit. Faton)

Prinsenhof Museum, Delft

The Story of Cephalus and Procris after Karel Van Mander
Spierring workshop, Delft
17th century

Musée du Petit Palais, Museums of the city of Paris

The Story of Diana after Francesco Primaticcio
pré-Gobelin, Paris
around 1700

Centre des Monuments Nationaux, Paris, for the Talcy castle

pre-Gobelin, Paris
17th century