Soho Tapestry

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Attributed to the workshop of John Vanderbank the Elder (Flemish, The Toilet of the Princess (from a pair of Indo-Chinese scenes), The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. George F. Tilting At Windmills, Queen Mary Ii, Medieval Tapestry, Maker Culture, Tapestry Wall Hanging, Tapestry Weaving, Wall Hangings, Loom Beading, Ancient Art

Attributed to the workshop of John Vanderbank the Elder | The Toilet of the Princess (from a pair of Indo-Chinese scenes) | British, London | The Met

In the 1690s the London weaver John Vanderbank supplied nine tapestries in the "Indian Manner" to Kensington Palace, perhaps to complement the vast Asian porcelain collection of Queen Mary II. The Toilet of the Princess is likely similar to that royal commission

'The Concert' - (The Harpist), An English `Indo-Chinese' Tapestry, London, Soho, workshop of John Vanderbank, circa 1700-1710 | lot | Sotheby's Flowering Plants, Planting Flowers, Chinoiserie, Medieval Tapestry, Tropical Wallpaper, Small Island, Finding A House, Impressionist, Old World

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Attributed to the workshop of John Vanderbank the Elder (Flemish, The Concert from a pair of Indo-Chinese scenes, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Mrs. George F. Medieval Tapestry, Indian Tapestry, Maker Culture, Tapestry Design, New York, Textile Artists, 16th Century, Metropolitan Museum, Indian Art

Attributed to the workshop of John Vanderbank the Elder | The Concert from a pair of Indo-Chinese scenes | British, London | The Met

John Vanderbank was head of the Great Wardrobe workshop in London from 1689 to 1717, with responsibility for weaving and repairing tapestries for the British crown. During the early 1690s, he provided tapestries "designed in the Indian manner" for Queen Mary's apartments at Kensington Palace (the queen was an avid collector of Chinese porcelain)

Attributed to the workshop of John Vanderbank the Elder (Flemish, The Concert from a pair of Indo-Chinese scenes, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Mrs. George F. Medieval Tapestry, Indian Tapestry, Maker Culture, Tapestry Design, New York, Textile Artists, 16th Century, Metropolitan Museum, Indian Art

Attributed to the workshop of John Vanderbank the Elder | The Concert from a pair of Indo-Chinese scenes | British, London | The Met

Maker: Attributed to the workshop of John Vanderbank the Elder (Flemish, 1683–1717). Maker: Probably woven by Great Wardrobe (Great Queen Street, Saint G...

John Vanderbank "Indian Manner" tapestry, Victoria and Albert Museum. Medieval Tapestry, Oriental Fashion, Victoria And Albert Museum, Manners, Chinoiserie, Fresco, Photo Art, Tapestries, Textiles

Tapestry | Vanderbank, John the elder | V&A Search the Collections

Tapestry by Vanderbank, John the elder, 1690-1710 (made). Tapestry 'after the Indian manner' - "Indian Manner - Chinoiserie. Museum Number 402-1906.

So exquisite yet whimsical! A very rare George I century chinoiserie Soho tapestry- 1715 - probably designed & woven under the direction of John Vanderbank. by pompthatcircumstance Castle Howard, Rococo Style, Western Art, 18th Century, Find Art, Art Decor, Medieval, Whimsical, Tapestry

A GEORGE I CHINOISERIE SOHO TAPESTRY BY JOHN VANDERBANK

A rare early 18th century chinoiserie Soho tapestry probably designed by John Vanderbank depicting brightly coloured exotic islands with plants and birds inhab

Attributed to the workshop of John Vanderbank the Elder (Flemish, The Concert from a pair of Indo-Chinese scenes, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Mrs. George F. Medieval Tapestry, Indian Tapestry, Maker Culture, Tapestry Design, New York, Textile Artists, 16th Century, Metropolitan Museum, Indian Art

Attributed to the workshop of John Vanderbank the Elder | The Concert from a pair of Indo-Chinese scenes | British, London | The Met

John Vanderbank was head of the Great Wardrobe workshop in London from 1689 to 1717, with responsibility for weaving and repairing tapestries for the British crown. During the early 1690s, he provided tapestries "designed in the Indian manner" for Queen Mary's apartments at Kensington Palace (the queen was an avid collector of Chinese porcelain)

Attributed to John Vanderbank Soho Tapestry Wool and silk 240 x 260 cm England, circa 1700 Antique Clocks, Art Fair, Art Market, Tapestries, Chinoiserie, Soho, Damask, Textiles, Rugs

'Soho Tapestry', Attributed to John Vanderbank Wool and silk 240 x 260 cm Exhibited by Mallett

Tapestry ‘after the Indian Manner.’ "The Vyne" Estate, Basingstoke, Hampshire England. wool and silk. made in London. Hampshire England, Rococo Style, National Trust, Manners, Soho, Tapestry, France, Indian, London

Tapestry ‘after the Indian Manner’ 719698.1

Tapestry ‘after the Indian Manner.’ "The Vyne" Estate, Basingstoke, Hampshire England. ca. 1710. wool and silk. made in London.

So exquisite yet whimsical! A very rare George I century chinoiserie Soho tapestry- 1715 - probably designed & woven under the direction of John Vanderbank. by pompthatcircumstance Castle Howard, Rococo Style, Western Art, 18th Century, Find Art, Art Decor, Medieval, Whimsical, Tapestry

A GEORGE I CHINOISERIE SOHO TAPESTRY BY JOHN VANDERBANK A rare early 18th century chinoiserie Soho tapestry probably designed by John Vanderbank. English, circa 1715 source Ronald Phillips

One of hree panels from a series of tapestries, depicting a harvest scene; a village wedding; and a harbour scene. Woven in the workshop of John Vanderbank after designs by David Teniers the Younger. Probably made by the Soho Tapestry Works. Rococo Style, Soho, 18th Century, Vintage World Maps, Workshop, Scene, Tapestry, Charts, Harvest

Soho Tapestry Works - Three Teniers tapestry panels

Three panels from a series of tapestries, depicting a harvest scene; a village wedding; and a harbour scene. Woven in the workshop of John Vanderbank after designs by David Teniers the Younger. Probably made by the Soho Tapestry Works.The right-hand section of RCIN 78373.2 and the left side of 78373.3 are later additions, with careful joining to create a subtle physical join between narratively disparate elements.These are good examples of the 18th-century European vogue for tapestries…

Young' Sir John Brownlow commissioned this tapestry from John Vanderbank a Huguenot Refugee emigre in The subjects were taken from Indian miniatures. The Chapel Drawing Room at Belton House. Belton House, Rococo Style, Rest Of The World, Drawing Room, Room Tapestry, Miniatures, Clock, Indian, Canvas

'Young' Sir John Brownlow commissioned this tapestry from John Vanderbank in 1691

'Young' Sir John Brownlow commissioned this tapestry from John Vanderbank in 1691 | Belton House. High quality art prints with a selection of frame and size options, canvases, and postcards. National Trust

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