Tapestry, wool and silk, Verdure, Flemish, c. 1670-1690. A landscape with large trees and foliage in the foreground and a distant view of a town to the right of the centre. The tapestry has no borders and a brown galloon has been applied on all four sides.
Purchased by the National Trust from the estate of the late George Richard Lawley Gibbs, 2nd Lord Wraxall (1928 – 2001) with the assistance of the NHMF, Art Fund and donations from members and supporters in 2002.
Sizergh Castle, The Hornyold-Strickland Collection (The National Trust)
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