Tapestry in the Baroque : threads of splendor /

"Drawing from collections in more than fifteen countries, Tapestry in the Baroque presents forty-five rare tapestries made between 1590 and 1720. About half of these derive from Flemish workshops, including such highlights of the Brussels tapestry industry as the Triumphs of the Church designed...

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Other Authors / Creators:Campbell, Thomas P. 1962-
Bertrand, Pascal-François, 1956-
Bapasola, Jeri.
White, Bruce, 1962-
Other Corporate Authors / Creators:Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)
Palacio de Oriente (Spain)
Format: Book
Imprint: New York : Metropolitan Museum of Art ; New Haven : Yale University Press, [2007]
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Table of Contents:
  • Introduction: The Golden Age of Netherlandish tapestry weaving / Thomas P. Campbell
  • The disruption and diaspora of the Netherlandish tapestry industry, 1570-1600 / Thomas P. Campbell
  • The development of new centers of production and the recovery of the Netherlandish tapestry industry, 1600-1620 / Thomas P. Campbell
  • Stately splendor, woven frescoes, luxury furnishings: tapestry in context, 1600-1660 / Thomas P. Campbell
  • The Parisian workshops, 1590-1650 / Isabelle Denis
  • The Mortlake Manufactory, 1619-49 / Wendy Hefford
  • Tapestry in the Spanish Netherlands, 1625-60 / Guy Delmarcel
  • Tapestry production in Florence: The Medici tapestry works, 1587-1747 / Lucia Meoni
  • Tapestry production in seventeenth-century Rome: The Barberini Manufactory / James G. Harper
  • Collectors and connoisseurs: the status and perception of tapestry, 1600-1660 / Thomas P. Campbell
  • Tapestry production at the Gobelins during the reign of Louis XIV, 1661-1715 / Pascal-Francois Bertrand
  • Manufacture Royale de Tapisseries de Beauvais, 1664-1715 / Charissa Brewer-David
  • Flemish production, 1660-715 / Koenraad Brosens
  • Continuity and change in tapestry use and design, 1680-1720 / Thomas P. Campbell.