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Tapestry: Sancho's Feast on the Isle of Barataria, from The Story of Don Quixote Series:Woven signature and date
Tapestry: Sancho's Feast on the Isle of Barataria, from The Story of Don Quixote Series:Woven signature and date
In the lower right corner is woven the name "AUDRAN" and the date "1772." Woven into the right of the outer border, the galon, is the same name and date, plus "G" and a fleur-de-lis symbolizing the Gobelins manufactory.


Woven at Gobelins Tapestry Manufactory; after a painting by Charles-Antoine Coypel, painter
French, Gobelins, 1770 - 1772
Wool and silk; modern cotton lining
12 ft. 2 in. x 16 ft. 7 in.
82.DD.67