Tapestry "Bacchus's Children's Games or Autumn"...

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Tapestry "Bacchus's Children's Games or Autumn"...

Tapestry "Bacchus's Children's Games or Autumn" from the Children's Games hanging showing four children drinking wine, one of them perched on a barrel, probably from the Soho manufactory attributed to John Vanderbank in the manner of Francis Cleyn.
Late 17th century - early 18th century. H: 2.09 m - L: 2.51 m
Restorations of use and other composites notably in the sky on the right.
The famous theme of Children's Games linked to the Seasons was first woven in the Gobelins after Charles Lebrun around 1664.
See: Marillier. English tapestries of the eighteenth century. London. p. 24-25.
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