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Devonshire hunting tapestries

George Frederick Wingfield Digby

Devonshire hunting tapestries

by George Frederick Wingfield Digby

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Published by H.M.S.O. in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Devonshire hunting tapestries.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby George Wingfield Digby assisted by Wendy Hefford.
    ContributionsHefford, Wendy., Victoria and Albert Museum.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsNK3005 .W56
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[10], 92, 47 p., 4 fold. leaves.
    Number of Pages92
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5320309M
    ISBN 100112900372
    LC Control Number72170766

    The first owners of the Devonshire hunting tapestries The fact of the Boar and Bear, Falconry, and the Otter and Swan having been hung together as far back as we can tell, and technical considerations which indicate that they were all made in the same workshop, point to the probability of their having been commissioned by one patron, either Author: Ann Claxton. Books with the subject: Tapestry. Up to 20 books are listed, in descending order of popularity. The Lady and the Unicorn Tracy Chevalier. Info/Buy. Medieval life and leisure in the Devonshire hunting tapestries Linda Woolley. Info/Buy. The hound of Rowan written and illustrated by Henry H Neff. Info/Buy. The Needle in the Blood Sarah Bower.

    The Oseberg tapestry is a fragmentary tapestry, discovered within the Viking Oseberg ship burial in Norway.. The tapestry (dated to about AD) is in bad condition and was probably a part of the funeral offering in the ship burial. Its decay meant it took several years to extract. This excellent book details the four magnificent medieval tapestries known as the Devonshire Hunting Tapestries and are the only great fifteenth-century hunting tapestries to survive the ravages of time. All four tapestries are illustrated in full on lavish fold-out pages, and together with an illuminating text they offer us a fascinating.

    The so called Pastrana Tapestries (Portuguese: Tapeçarias de Pastrana) are a set of four large tapestries commissioned by king Afonso V of Portugal to celebrate the successful conquest of the Moroccan cities of Asilah and Tangiers by the Portuguese in Each measures about 11 by 4 meters (36 by 12 feet), and are made of wool and silk. Their manufacture has been Studios: Aubusson, Beauvais, Brussels, Gobelins, . The Falconry tapestry which is one of three "Devonshire" (because they belonged to the Duke of Devonshire) tapestries at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, England gives the best overview of "going to the brook"; the best book about this tapestry is The Devonshire Hunting Tapestries, by George Wingfield Digby assisted by Wendy Hefford.


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Currently owned by the V&A, this group of four 15th century tapestries depict medieval life and fashion within the popular pastime of hunting. The Boar and Bear Hunt is a slit tapestry made on a low warp loom, judging from the reversal of the inscription on a lady's sleeve - mistakes in the cartoon.

The tapestry shows the hunting of. The Devonshire Hunting Tapestries. In the 15th century, tapestries provided colour, warmth and draught-proofing in bleak rooms with stone walls.

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Offering insight into the world of the late Middle Ages, this book celebrates the four magnificent Devonshire Tapestries at the V&A: among the greatest 15th-century tapestries to survive the ravages It includes pull-out plates showing the complete tapestries in all their glory.

The Hunting Tapestries hanging in the Long Gallery at Hardwick Hall in Image taken from ‘The Devonshire Hunting Tapestries’ by George Wingfield Digby, V&A.

ISBN11 2 The four Devonshire Hunting Tapestries in the V&A’s collection date from before the middle of the fifteenth century and were for hundreds of years hanging in Hardwick. The importance of the Devonshire Hunting Tapestries is that tapestries of this scale and quality of design have actually survived to the present day.

While many magnificent hangings or tapestries were supplied to the courts of Europe, most all are known to us now only from records in accounts and inventories. "The four magnificent tapestries in the V & A known as the Devonshire Hunting Tapestries are the only great fifteenth-century hunting tapestries to survive the ravages of time, and they depict a lost chivalric world in rich and fascinating detail.".

Here the hunting scenes are accurately portrayed but the participants wear elaborate court dress. Tapestries were often used to line a complete chamber. They provided warmth, but also an unbroken series of dramatic and colourful images.

The Devonshire Hunting Tapestries are a group of four magnificent Flemish tapestries dating from the mid-fifteenth enormous works, each over 3 metres wide, depict men and women in.

The group of four Devonshire Hunting Tapestries of which this is one example belonged, until they came to the Museum into the dukes of Devonshire.

Large tapestries were not produced in England in the 15th century and had to be imported. A number of towns or cities in the southern Netherlands had workshops and it was in one of these that.

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