• Title: Apollo and Daphne
  • Creator: design by Charles de La Fosse; cartoon by Zeger Jacob van Helmont (figures) and Augustin Coppens (landscape); woven in Brussels in the workshop of Urbanus Leyniers, Daniël Leyniers II, and Hendrik Reydams II
  • Date Created: 1713/1721
  • Provenance: Lewis Einstein [1877-1967], London and Paris, by 1946;[1] gift 1951 to NGA. [1] The tapestry was seen before 1946, apparently in Einstein's London residence, by Henry Currie Marillier (see his _Subject Catalogue of Tapestries_, manuscript, 50 vols., in the Department of Textiles, Victoria and Albert Museum, London, inv. T37-1946, T37R: s.v. "Apollo," 19; copy in NGA curatorial files).
  • Medium: tapestry: undyed wool warp, dyed wool and silk weft

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