Flemish tapestries Home » Oriental rugs and textiles » Textiles » Flemish tapestries The educational gallery of Flemish textiles includes examples of 16th-17th centuery Flemish tapestries. Flemish tapestry late 16th century possibly Oudenaarde. A Flemish 17th century historical tapestry possibly Van Maelsack Atelier Bruxelles depicting the impressive figure of Alexander the Great astride his horse Bucephalus. A Flemish 17th century tapestry depicting the Roman mythology scenery “The meeting of Diana, Goddess of the Hunt and Roman forest god Virbius”. Flemish Tapestry 12′ x 6’10” first half 17th century. A Brussels 16th century tapestry. “ISAAC BLESSING JACOB”. Executed in wool and silk. H. 271 cm. W. 308 cm.