Seven Gobelins tapestries, six from 1758-61, and the seventh from 1783.
The Jason Tapestries by Jean François de Troy, 1758Â–1761
Â© V&A (Victoria and Albert Museum)
- Art Fund grant:
- £1,500 ( Total: £3,800)
- Acquired in:
- Baroness Burton
Commissioned from Jean Francois de Troy when Head of the French Academy in Rome, and designed 1743-46 at Rome.
Bought between 1800-1820 by William Murray, later Lord Mansfield of Kenwood; 1870 sold to Mr. M. G. Bass, father of Lord Burton; Baroness Burton.