SOLD ITEM 7234 - A Brussels Teniers pastoral tapestry early 18th century

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A Brussels Teniers pastoral tapestry, early 18th Century, woven in wool and silk by (Urban and) Daniel Leyniers, loosely based on the work of David Teniers the Younger, depicting a house or tavern with a group of peasants drinking and socializing as a woman pours slop from a window above their heads, and other peasants labor nearby, with more figures working in the distant fields near a windmill, embroidered borders, areas of stress, wear, and fading, rewoven sections, approximately 9 feet by 8 feet 10 inches. The top right light section is from sun light coming in the window when we photographed the piece.
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