Judocus de Vos

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Judocus de Vos (1661–1734) was a Flemish weaver. He produced a large number of tapestries, many commissioned to depict events from the War of the Spanish Succession. He also worked on the tapestries of St John's Co-Cathedral in Malta.

Bibliography[edit]

  • Jeri Bapisola, Threads of History: The Tapestries of Blenheim Palace. (Lightmoor Press, 2005).
  • K. Brosens, Brussels Tapestry Producer Judocus de Vos (1661/62-1734). New Data and Design Attributions. Studies in the Decorative Arts, vol. IX, no. 2 (2002).
  • Alan Wace, The Marlborough Tapestries at Blenheim Palace. (London, 1968).
Woven in the workshop of Judocus de Vos about 1710 after design by David Teniers the Younger, this wool and silk tapestry was probably made for the upper class market in Europe and Britain
The March, after design by Philipp De Hondt