Lot 314 , A Teniers tapestry, London c.1725, attributed to the workshop of John Vanderbank, H.7ft W.8ft 10in.
A 'Teniers' tapestry, London c.1725, attributed to the workshop of John Vanderbank, woven with peasants fighting over a game of cards outside an ale house, two of them fighting by an overturned table, in narrow four-sided floral border, top and bottom borders replaced, H.7ft W.8ft 10in.
Provenance: Purchased Vigo Sternberg Galleries
Note: A similar floral border is found on some English Diogenes tapestries; for example Christie's, 27th November 1975, lot 118 (resold Sotheby's Parke Bernet, New York, 18th February 1977, lot 129) and Sotheby's 20th April 1979, lot 10.
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