The Palanquin Artist: John Vanderbank the Elder (British, active 1689–1717)

1690–1710

European Art

Not on view
Medium

Wool and silk

Dimensions

132 1/2 × 126 in. (336.55 × 320.04 cm)

Credit Line

Gift of Edward S. Harkness, B.A. 1897

Accession Number

1932.130

Culture
Period

17th–18th century

Classification
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Bibliography
  • "An Elihu Yale Tapestry," The Connoisseur (July 1933), ill
  • "Yale Gallery Given Important Tapestries," New Haven Register (June 1, 1932),
  • "Harkness Gives Noted Tapestry to Yale," New York Times (May 29, 1932),
  • "An Elihu Yale Tapestry," Bulletin of the Associates in Fine Arts at Yale University (October 1932), 142–43, ill
  • William George Thomson, A History of Tapestry from the Earliest Times until the Present Day (London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1930), 361–62, ill
  • "Glemham Hall, Suffolk, a Seat of the Earl of Guilford," Country Life (1910), 22, 25, ill
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