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Published by Museum of Fine Arts in Boston (Mass.) .
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Author Cavallo, Adolph S.. Title Tapestries of Europe and Colonial Peru in the Museum of Fine Arts Boston. Binding Hardcover. Book Condition Used: Very Good. Type Hardcover. Publisher Museum of Fine Arts Boston ISBN Number / Seller ID In Great Tapestries: The Web of History from the 12th to the 20th Century, edited by Joseph Jobé. Lausanne: Edita, p. Lausanne: Edita, p. Cavallo, Adolfo S. Tapestries of Europe and of Colonial Peru in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Five Centuries of Tapestry: The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco. San Francisco: Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco. ISBN Cavallo, Adolph (). Tapestries of Europe and Colonial Peru in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. (2 Vols). Boston: Museum of Fine Arts. Junquera de Vega, Paulina; Carretero, Concha Herro ().Location: St James's, London. Another weaving of the panel of `Vertumnus as a fisherman', matches up in design of the figures and the superstructure and arbour above to the panel cited above from Madrid (ibid. pg), illustrated in Adolph Cavallo, Tapestries of Europe and Colonial Peru in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, , Vol. I text, Part III –

Title: Tapestry with the Annunciation Date: ca. –20 Culture: South Netherlandish Medium: Wool warp, wool with a few metallic wefts Dimensions: Overall: x in. ( x cm) Classification: Textiles-Tapestries Credit Line: Gift of Harriet Barnes Pratt, in memory of her husband, Harold Irving Pratt (February 1, – ), Accession Number: Select portions of the material presented below has also been extracted from Wikipedia. Finally, the book "Tapestries of Europe and of Colonial Peru in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston" by Adolph S. Cavallo provided a wide range of useful details related to tapestries in general. Tapestries of Europe and Colonial Peru in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Boston, Mass.: Museum of Fine Arts, , 2 vols. Delmarcel, Guy, Nicole de Reyniès and Wendy Hefford, La Collection Toms. Tapisseries du XVIe au XIXe siècle / The Toms Collection. Tapestries of the Sixteenth to Nineteenth Centuries, ed. Giselle Eberhardt-Cotton. Adolph (or Adolfo) Salvatore Cavallo was elected at the first Chairman of the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute in Previous to his election, Cavallo had worked as Curator of Textiles in the collection of textiles and costumes at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston/5.

Adolph, Cavallo, Tapestries of Europe and Colonial Peru in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, , Vol. I text, Part III – Brussels, Enghien, Grammont, Paris, Germany, Denmark & Holland (catalogue numbers ), pp, No. 32 Vertumnus disguised . This book is dedicated to the study of seven tapestries depicting the hunt of the fabled unicorn held by The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Created in the southern Netherlands in the late 15th/early 16th century, they are excquisite examples of their kind. The Legacy of James Bowdoin III () was published to accompany a major year-long series of exhibitions and programs at the Bowdoin College Museum .   The unicorn tapestries are one of the most popular attractions at The Cloisters, the medieval branch of The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Traditionally known as The Hunt of the Unicorn, this set of seven exquisite and enigmatic tapestries was likely completed between and The imaginatively conceived scenes—displaying individualized faces of the hunters and naturalistically .