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Publication : “Vlaamse wandtapijten- Productie en handel. De Oudenaardse familie Van Verren (1680-1740)”.

DE MEÛTER Ingrid, Vlaamse wandtapijten- Productie en handel. De Oudenaardse familie Van Verren (1680-1740), Provincie Oost-Vlaanderen, 2016, 493 p.

DE MEÛTER Ingrid, Vlaamse wandtapijten- Productie en handel. De Oudenaardse familie Van Verren (1680-1740), Provincie Oost-Vlaanderen, 2016, 493 p.

Présentation de l’éditeur:

The commercial documents of the Van Verren family in Oudenaarde were the point of departure of this research. They brought to light interesting new information that teaches us a lot about the production of tapestries in general. The in-depth research reveals a great deal about the customers’ wishes and trade practices at around the beginning of the 18th century.

Going through all the information and comparing it to the tapestries that have survived gives us a clearer picture of what was woven where in the Southern Netherlands during the transition from the 17th to the 18th century. Cross-contamination between production centres as Oudenaarde, Antwerp and Brussels can be revealed on several occasions. Continuer la lecture