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Grotesqueries: Renaissance and Baroque Tapestries EXHIBITION NOW CLOSED

Grotesqueries: Renaissance and Baroque Tapestries EXHIBITION NOW CLOSED

This exhibition explores the origin and evolution of 'grotesque' tapestries with five different grotesque weavings from 1530-1700. A catalogue containing forty different grotesque tapestries will accompany the exhibition. The exhibition can be viewed at Richard L Feigen, 34 East 69 Street, New York 10065 from January 23, until March 20, 2015 Monday to Friday 10am - 5pm

Medieval and Renaissance Tapestry in Europe: History Woven in Threads EXHIBITION NOW CLOSED

Medieval and Renaissance Tapestry in Europe: History Woven in Threads EXHIBITION NOW CLOSED

The Franses Tapestry Archive, in association with Nathan Levi, Florence, is is pleased to announce a LOAN EXHIBITION – Medieval and Renaissance Tapestry in Europe: History Woven in Threads – held under the patronage of the Prime Minister of the Republic of Lithuania, Dr Algirdas Butkevicius. The exhibition opened at the historic Palace of the Grand Dukes of Lithuania on 17 September and will run until 14 December 2014‎. A fully illustrated catalogue accompanies the exhibition. The top image shows the Prime Minister Dr Algirdas Butkevicius (right) viewing a Giant Leaf tapestry with Dr Vydas Dolinskas (left), Director of the National Museum - Palace of the Grand Dukes of Lithuania. The lower image captures some of the special visitors and press invited to view the thirty-four Renaissance tapestries comprising the exhibition.

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