Probably made under the direction of Philippe Béhagle
French, 1641 ‑ 1705
Probably woven at the Beauvais Tapestry Manufactory, Beauvais, France
or at the Béhagle Family workshop, Paris, France
The Siege of Doesburg, 1692 ‑ 1722
Wool, silk, silver‑ and gilt‑metal‑wrapped threads
185 1/4 × 121 in. (470.5 × 307.3 cm.)
Gift from the Preston Pope Satterwhite Collection
Conservation funded by Robert E. Kulp Jr. and Margaret Barr Kulp, in memory of her parents, John
McFerran Barr and Anita Carrington Barr, with additional support from a grant from the National
Endowment for the Arts, a Federal agency  1947.25