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Millefleurs Tapestry on loan to Compton Verney

We are pleased to announce that this Spring our magnificent Millefleurs Tapestry with the coat of arms and initials of Christine de Lechy, Flemish, Bruges, second quarter 16th century, before 1548, will be on loan to the Compton Verney. The work will be showcased in the Northern European Gallery.

The loan will coincide with the museum's exhibition: Cranach: Artist and Innovator, which opens on 14 March for three months to 14 June 2020. 

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https://www.comptonverney.org.uk

Anna Selbdritt Sold to Speed Museum

Mullany is pleased to announce the sale of our exquisite Anna Selbdritt, Southern Germany, Ulm, or Switzerland, Lucerne, c. 1520, to the Speed Museum, Louisville, Kentucky. This wonderful object will be displayed in the museum's main European gallery.

Millefleurs Tapestry featured in New York Times and Architectural Digest

Our superb Millefleurs Tapestry with the coat of arms and initials of Christine de Lechy, Flemish, Bruges, second quarter 16th century, before 1548, featured in the coverage by The New York Times of the third TEFAF New York Fall, focusing on 'Old Masters and Powerful Women'.

It was also the subject of extensive revew in Architectural Digest and highlighted as an AD Select object of the fair.

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Mullany to Open Gallery in St. James’s

Mullany is pleased to annouce that this Autumn we will be opening a new gallery in the heart of the London art world in St. James's at:

11 Bury Street
St. James's

London SW1Y 6AB

We look forward to welcoming all our clients.

Saint Anthony Sold to Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery

Mullany is pleased to announce the sale of our beautiful limestone Saint Anthony, France, Normandy, late 15th century, to the Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery. This expressive sculpture will be displayed in the museum's new medieval gallery to be created in partnership with the British Museum as part of the Gateway to Medieval England project which will also see the redevelopment of the Norman Keep and recreation of the original Romanesque layout. 

Mullany Voted Best Stand at TEFAF Maastricht

We are delighted to annouce that Mullany was voted no.1 of the Standout Stands at TEFAF Maastricht by the Robb Report. Our mirrored cloister took five days to build following many months of collaboration with our architects and designers. Thank you to all concerned and for the many compliments received.

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Tapestry Sold to Musea Brugge

Mullany is pleased to announce the sale of our superb Tapestry depicting the Ball Game from the story of Gombaut and Macée, Flemish, Bruges, c. 1600 –1635, to the Musea Brugge. This exquisite work will be displayed with the museum's four other tapestries from the series.

Tapestry featured in New York Times

Our exquisite Tapestry depicting the Ball Game from the story of Gombaut and Macée, Flemish, Bruges, c. 1600 –1635, featured in the coverage by The New York Times of the second TEFAF New York Fall, described as 'the naughtiest and most hilarious work at TEFAF this year'.

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