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French & Company (New York, N.Y.) Library of Congress/NACO

French and Company (New York, N.Y.) German National Library

VIAF ID: 316745671 (Corporate)


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The comedies of Molière : tapestries, with subjects from the comedies of Molière, executed under Louis XV, at the royal manufactory of Beauvais, after cartoons by Jean Baptiste Oudry (1686-1755), and woven under the supervision of N. Besnier. Library of Congress/NACO
Exposición de cuadros de maestros antiguos, 1953: Library of Congress/NACO
The flight into Egypt : a Gothic tapestry, 3 feet 4 inches high by 7 feet 8 inches wide, rich with gold and silver and silk and wool. Library of Congress/NACO
Four Flemish tapestries of rustic scenes : late seventeenth century Library of Congress/NACO
The knight's repentance : a late Gothic tapestry woven in Flanders at the beginning of the sixteenth century. Library of Congress/NACO
Monograph series (French & Company (New York, N.Y.)) Library of Congress/NACO
Museum of foreign literature, science and art, 1831: Library of Congress/NACO
A portrait bust in marble representing Maréchal du Muy, soldier and statesman during the reigns of Louis XV and Louis XVI (1711-1775) : a French work of art of the XVIII century Library of Congress/NACO
The story of the Emperor Charles V and the Infanta Isabella : as told in a set of three early sixteenth century Flemish tapestries. Library of Congress/NACO
Ten Flemish tapestries : a famous set woven by J. François van der Borght depicting mythological subjects relating to the Trojan War period. Library of Congress/NACO
Three Beauvais tapestries with subjects from Ovid's "Metamorphoses." Library of Congress/NACO
The three virtues : Flemish Gothic tapestry woven in Brussels about the year 1500. Library of Congress/NACO

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