Pallas, the naked goddess seated with spear and gorgon’s head shield, four figures grouped to the right and a flying cupid above, with Latin inscription below (partly concealed behind the bed), 9ft. 9ins. high by 10ft. 6ins. wide.
The 1688 Burghley Inventory records: My Lord’s Bedd Chamr. ‘3 peices of Blue and Gold Hangings by Vanderbanc’.