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The Coronation Sacrifice

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unidentified painter ; Guillaume Dumée and Laurent Guyot ; Faubourg Saint-Marcel manufactory of Marc de Comans and François de la Planche

Date

designed c. 1610 (woven 1611–1627)

Institution Minneapolis Institute of Arts
Location Not on view.
The Coronation Sacrifice, unidentified painter      ;    Guillaume Dumée and Laurent Guyot      ;    Faubourg Saint-Marcel manufactory of Marc de Comans and François de la Planche
: Artemisia Tapestries from Barberini-Ffoulke Collection Acquired by Art Institute
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Medium: Textiles, Textiles-Tapestry (Do Not Use) | Wool, silk; tapestry weave
Size: H.166 x W.187-3/4 in. (irregular)
Creation Place: Europe, France, Paris
Culture: Europe, France
Style: 17th century
Inscriptions: Marks In the lower galloon to the left: 'P [French flour-de-lis]', in the right galloon, toward the bottom: the FM monogram above the HA monogram.
Physical Description: a piece form the cycle of tapestries woven for Marie de' Medici, The Stories of Queen Artemisia, based on an epic account by Nicolas Houel; woven in the Faubourg Saint-Marcel Manufactory of Marc de Comans and Frauçais de la Planche between 1611 and 1627;
Credit: Collection Minneapolis Institute of Arts; The Ethel Morrison Van Derlip Fund
Accession Number: 48.13.3
Artist: Guillaume Dumée and Laurent Guyot
Role: Designer
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Artist: unidentified painter, active in France c.1610
Role: Designer
Nationality:
Life Dates: active in France c.1610

Artist: Faubourg Saint-Marcel manufactory of Marc de Comans and François
Role: Weaver
Nationality:
Added to Site: February 28, 2009