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******** Statues of hooded weeper under Gothic canopy from the tomb of Jean sans Peur, or John the Fearless, 1371-1419, (Jean de Valois or John of Valois, Jean I, duc de Bourgogne, or John I, Duke of Burgundy) and his wife Marguerite de Baviere, or Margaret of Bavaria, 1363- 1423, 1443-70, by Jean de la Huerta, 1413-62, and Antoine le Moiturier, 1425-97, in the Grande Salle du Palais des ducs de Bourgogne, or Salle des Gardes, a 15th century Flamboyant Gothic hall, in the Musee des Beaux-Arts de Dijon, opened 1787 in the Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy in Dijon, Burgundy, France. The tomb consists of painted alabaster effigies with lions and angels, and below, figures of pleurants or weepers among Gothic tracery. The tomb was begun in 1443 (24 years after his death), by Jean de La Huerta, and Antoine le Moiturier after 1456, and finally installed
Codice: MC17164
Artista: ********
Titolo: Statues of hooded weeper under Gothic canopy from the tomb of Jean sans Peur, or John the Fearless, 1371-1419, (Jean de Valois or John of Valois, Jean I, duc de Bourgogne, or John I, Duke of Burgundy) and his wife Marguerite de Baviere, or Margaret of Bavaria, 1363- 1423, 1443-70, by Jean de la Huerta, 1413-62, and Antoine le Moiturier, 1425-97, in the Grande Salle du Palais des ducs de Bourgogne, or Salle des Gardes, a 15th century Flamboyant Gothic hall, in the Musee des Beaux-Arts de Dijon, opened 1787 in the Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy in Dijon, Burgundy, France. The tomb consists of painted alabaster effigies with lions and angels, and below, figures of pleurants or weepers among Gothic tracery. The tomb was begun in 1443 (24 years after his death), by Jean de La Huerta, and Antoine le Moiturier after 1456, and finally installed
Ubicazione: ******** - ********
Crediti: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Flirenze

******** Statues of hooded weeper under Gothic canopy from the tomb of Jean sans Peur, or John the Fearless, 1371-1419, (Jean de Valois or John of Valois, Jean I, duc de Bourgogne, or John I, Duke of Burgundy) and his wife Marguerite de Baviere, or Margaret of Bavaria, 1363- 1423, 1443-70, by Jean de la Huerta, 1413-62, and Antoine le Moiturier, 1425-97, in the Grande Salle du Palais des ducs de Bourgogne, or Salle des Gardes, a 15th century Flamboyant Gothic hall, in the Musee des Beaux-Arts de Dijon, opened 1787 in the Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy in Dijon, Burgundy, France. The tomb consists of painted alabaster effigies with lions and angels, and below, figures of pleurants or weepers among Gothic tracery. The tomb was begun in 1443 (24 years after his death), by Jean de La Huerta, and Antoine le Moiturier after 1456, and finally installed
Codice: MC17164
Artista: ********
Titolo: Statues of hooded weeper under Gothic canopy from the tomb of Jean sans Peur, or John the Fearless, 1371-1419, (Jean de Valois or John of Valois, Jean I, duc de Bourgogne, or John I, Duke of Burgundy) and his wife Marguerite de Baviere, or Margaret of Bavaria, 1363- 1423, 1443-70, by Jean de la Huerta, 1413-62, and Antoine le Moiturier, 1425-97, in the Grande Salle du Palais des ducs de Bourgogne, or Salle des Gardes, a 15th century Flamboyant Gothic hall, in the Musee des Beaux-Arts de Dijon, opened 1787 in the Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy in Dijon, Burgundy, France. The tomb consists of painted alabaster effigies with lions and angels, and below, figures of pleurants or weepers among Gothic tracery. The tomb was begun in 1443 (24 years after his death), by Jean de La Huerta, and Antoine le Moiturier after 1456, and finally installed
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******** Sculptures of weepers under Gothic canopies by Claus Sluter, 1340-1405, and Claus de Werve, 1380-1459, on the tomb of Philippe le Hardi, or Philip the Bold, 1342-1404, (Philippe II, duc de Bourgogne, or Philip II, Duke of Burgundy), 1381-1410, in the Grande Salle du Palais des ducs de Bourgogne, or Salle des Gardes, a 15th century Flamboyant Gothic hall, in the Musee des Beaux-Arts de Dijon, opened 1787 in the Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy in Dijon, Burgundy, France. The tomb consists of a painted alabaster effigy with lion and angels, and below, figures of pleurants or weepers among Gothic tracery. Claus Sluter worked on the weepers 1389-1404 and produced startlingly realistic sculptures, and Claus de Werve completed them 1404-10. The tombs were originally from the Chartreuse de Champmol, or Chartreuse de la Sainte-Trinite de Champmol,
Codice: MC17163
Artista: ********
Titolo: Sculptures of weepers under Gothic canopies by Claus Sluter, 1340-1405, and Claus de Werve, 1380-1459, on the tomb of Philippe le Hardi, or Philip the Bold, 1342-1404, (Philippe II, duc de Bourgogne, or Philip II, Duke of Burgundy), 1381-1410, in the Grande Salle du Palais des ducs de Bourgogne, or Salle des Gardes, a 15th century Flamboyant Gothic hall, in the Musee des Beaux-Arts de Dijon, opened 1787 in the Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy in Dijon, Burgundy, France. The tomb consists of a painted alabaster effigy with lion and angels, and below, figures of pleurants or weepers among Gothic tracery. Claus Sluter worked on the weepers 1389-1404 and produced startlingly realistic sculptures, and Claus de Werve completed them 1404-10. The tombs were originally from the Chartreuse de Champmol, or Chartreuse de la Sainte-Trinite de Champmol,
Ubicazione: ******** - ********
Crediti: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Flirenze

******** Sculptures of weepers under Gothic canopies by Claus Sluter, 1340-1405, and Claus de Werve, 1380-1459, on the tomb of Philippe le Hardi, or Philip the Bold, 1342-1404, (Philippe II, duc de Bourgogne, or Philip II, Duke of Burgundy), 1381-1410, in the Grande Salle du Palais des ducs de Bourgogne, or Salle des Gardes, a 15th century Flamboyant Gothic hall, in the Musee des Beaux-Arts de Dijon, opened 1787 in the Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy in Dijon, Burgundy, France. The tomb consists of a painted alabaster effigy with lion and angels, and below, figures of pleurants or weepers among Gothic tracery. Claus Sluter worked on the weepers 1389-1404 and produced startlingly realistic sculptures, and Claus de Werve completed them 1404-10. The tombs were originally from the Chartreuse de Champmol, or Chartreuse de la Sainte-Trinite de Champmol,
Codice: MC17163
Artista: ********
Titolo: Sculptures of weepers under Gothic canopies by Claus Sluter, 1340-1405, and Claus de Werve, 1380-1459, on the tomb of Philippe le Hardi, or Philip the Bold, 1342-1404, (Philippe II, duc de Bourgogne, or Philip II, Duke of Burgundy), 1381-1410, in the Grande Salle du Palais des ducs de Bourgogne, or Salle des Gardes, a 15th century Flamboyant Gothic hall, in the Musee des Beaux-Arts de Dijon, opened 1787 in the Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy in Dijon, Burgundy, France. The tomb consists of a painted alabaster effigy with lion and angels, and below, figures of pleurants or weepers among Gothic tracery. Claus Sluter worked on the weepers 1389-1404 and produced startlingly realistic sculptures, and Claus de Werve completed them 1404-10. The tombs were originally from the Chartreuse de Champmol, or Chartreuse de la Sainte-Trinite de Champmol,
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******** Sculptures of weepers by Claus Sluter, 1340-1405, and Claus de Werve, 1380-1459, on the tomb of Philippe le Hardi, or Philip the Bold, 1342-1404, (Philippe II, duc de Bourgogne, or Philip II, Duke of Burgundy), 1381-1410, in the Grande Salle du Palais des ducs de Bourgogne, or Salle des Gardes, a 15th century Flamboyant Gothic hall, in the Musee des Beaux-Arts de Dijon, opened 1787 in the Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy in Dijon, Burgundy, France. The tomb consists of a painted alabaster effigy with lion and angels, and below, figures of pleurants or weepers among Gothic tracery. Claus Sluter worked on the weepers 1389-1404 and produced startlingly realistic sculptures, and Claus de Werve completed them 1404-10. The tombs were originally from the Chartreuse de Champmol, or Chartreuse de la Sainte-Trinite de Champmol, a Carthusian monaster
Codice: MC17162
Artista: ********
Titolo: Sculptures of weepers by Claus Sluter, 1340-1405, and Claus de Werve, 1380-1459, on the tomb of Philippe le Hardi, or Philip the Bold, 1342-1404, (Philippe II, duc de Bourgogne, or Philip II, Duke of Burgundy), 1381-1410, in the Grande Salle du Palais des ducs de Bourgogne, or Salle des Gardes, a 15th century Flamboyant Gothic hall, in the Musee des Beaux-Arts de Dijon, opened 1787 in the Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy in Dijon, Burgundy, France. The tomb consists of a painted alabaster effigy with lion and angels, and below, figures of pleurants or weepers among Gothic tracery. Claus Sluter worked on the weepers 1389-1404 and produced startlingly realistic sculptures, and Claus de Werve completed them 1404-10. The tombs were originally from the Chartreuse de Champmol, or Chartreuse de la Sainte-Trinite de Champmol, a Carthusian monaster
Ubicazione: ******** - ********
Crediti: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Flirenze

******** Sculptures of weepers by Claus Sluter, 1340-1405, and Claus de Werve, 1380-1459, on the tomb of Philippe le Hardi, or Philip the Bold, 1342-1404, (Philippe II, duc de Bourgogne, or Philip II, Duke of Burgundy), 1381-1410, in the Grande Salle du Palais des ducs de Bourgogne, or Salle des Gardes, a 15th century Flamboyant Gothic hall, in the Musee des Beaux-Arts de Dijon, opened 1787 in the Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy in Dijon, Burgundy, France. The tomb consists of a painted alabaster effigy with lion and angels, and below, figures of pleurants or weepers among Gothic tracery. Claus Sluter worked on the weepers 1389-1404 and produced startlingly realistic sculptures, and Claus de Werve completed them 1404-10. The tombs were originally from the Chartreuse de Champmol, or Chartreuse de la Sainte-Trinite de Champmol, a Carthusian monaster
Codice: MC17162
Artista: ********
Titolo: Sculptures of weepers by Claus Sluter, 1340-1405, and Claus de Werve, 1380-1459, on the tomb of Philippe le Hardi, or Philip the Bold, 1342-1404, (Philippe II, duc de Bourgogne, or Philip II, Duke of Burgundy), 1381-1410, in the Grande Salle du Palais des ducs de Bourgogne, or Salle des Gardes, a 15th century Flamboyant Gothic hall, in the Musee des Beaux-Arts de Dijon, opened 1787 in the Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy in Dijon, Burgundy, France. The tomb consists of a painted alabaster effigy with lion and angels, and below, figures of pleurants or weepers among Gothic tracery. Claus Sluter worked on the weepers 1389-1404 and produced startlingly realistic sculptures, and Claus de Werve completed them 1404-10. The tombs were originally from the Chartreuse de Champmol, or Chartreuse de la Sainte-Trinite de Champmol, a Carthusian monaster
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Ubicazione: ********
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******** Sculptures of weepers by Claus Sluter, 1340-1405, and Claus de Werve, 1380-1459, on the tomb of Philippe le Hardi, or Philip the Bold, 1342-1404, (Philippe II, duc de Bourgogne, or Philip II, Duke of Burgundy), 1381-1410, in the Grande Salle du Palais des ducs de Bourgogne, or Salle des Gardes, a 15th century Flamboyant Gothic hall, in the Musee des Beaux-Arts de Dijon, opened 1787 in the Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy in Dijon, Burgundy, France. The tomb consists of a painted alabaster effigy with lion and angels, and below, figures of pleurants or weepers among Gothic tracery. Claus Sluter worked on the weepers 1389-1404 and produced startlingly realistic sculptures, and Claus de Werve completed them 1404-10. The tombs were originally from the Chartreuse de Champmol, or Chartreuse de la Sainte-Trinite de Champmol, a Carthusian monaster
Codice: MC17161
Artista: ********
Titolo: Sculptures of weepers by Claus Sluter, 1340-1405, and Claus de Werve, 1380-1459, on the tomb of Philippe le Hardi, or Philip the Bold, 1342-1404, (Philippe II, duc de Bourgogne, or Philip II, Duke of Burgundy), 1381-1410, in the Grande Salle du Palais des ducs de Bourgogne, or Salle des Gardes, a 15th century Flamboyant Gothic hall, in the Musee des Beaux-Arts de Dijon, opened 1787 in the Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy in Dijon, Burgundy, France. The tomb consists of a painted alabaster effigy with lion and angels, and below, figures of pleurants or weepers among Gothic tracery. Claus Sluter worked on the weepers 1389-1404 and produced startlingly realistic sculptures, and Claus de Werve completed them 1404-10. The tombs were originally from the Chartreuse de Champmol, or Chartreuse de la Sainte-Trinite de Champmol, a Carthusian monaster
Ubicazione: ******** - ********
Crediti: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Flirenze

******** Sculptures of weepers by Claus Sluter, 1340-1405, and Claus de Werve, 1380-1459, on the tomb of Philippe le Hardi, or Philip the Bold, 1342-1404, (Philippe II, duc de Bourgogne, or Philip II, Duke of Burgundy), 1381-1410, in the Grande Salle du Palais des ducs de Bourgogne, or Salle des Gardes, a 15th century Flamboyant Gothic hall, in the Musee des Beaux-Arts de Dijon, opened 1787 in the Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy in Dijon, Burgundy, France. The tomb consists of a painted alabaster effigy with lion and angels, and below, figures of pleurants or weepers among Gothic tracery. Claus Sluter worked on the weepers 1389-1404 and produced startlingly realistic sculptures, and Claus de Werve completed them 1404-10. The tombs were originally from the Chartreuse de Champmol, or Chartreuse de la Sainte-Trinite de Champmol, a Carthusian monaster
Codice: MC17161
Artista: ********
Titolo: Sculptures of weepers by Claus Sluter, 1340-1405, and Claus de Werve, 1380-1459, on the tomb of Philippe le Hardi, or Philip the Bold, 1342-1404, (Philippe II, duc de Bourgogne, or Philip II, Duke of Burgundy), 1381-1410, in the Grande Salle du Palais des ducs de Bourgogne, or Salle des Gardes, a 15th century Flamboyant Gothic hall, in the Musee des Beaux-Arts de Dijon, opened 1787 in the Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy in Dijon, Burgundy, France. The tomb consists of a painted alabaster effigy with lion and angels, and below, figures of pleurants or weepers among Gothic tracery. Claus Sluter worked on the weepers 1389-1404 and produced startlingly realistic sculptures, and Claus de Werve completed them 1404-10. The tombs were originally from the Chartreuse de Champmol, or Chartreuse de la Sainte-Trinite de Champmol, a Carthusian monaster
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Ubicazione: ********
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******** Sculptures of weepers by Claus Sluter, 1340-1405, and Claus de Werve, 1380-1459, on the tomb of Philippe le Hardi, or Philip the Bold, 1342-1404, (Philippe II, duc de Bourgogne, or Philip II, Duke of Burgundy), 1381-1410, in the Grande Salle du Palais des ducs de Bourgogne, or Salle des Gardes, a 15th century Flamboyant Gothic hall, in the Musee des Beaux-Arts de Dijon, opened 1787 in the Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy in Dijon, Burgundy, France. The tomb consists of a painted alabaster effigy with lion and angels, and below, figures of pleurants or weepers among Gothic tracery. Claus Sluter worked on the weepers 1389-1404 and produced startlingly realistic sculptures, and Claus de Werve completed them 1404-10. The tombs were originally from the Chartreuse de Champmol, or Chartreuse de la Sainte-Trinite de Champmol, a Carthusian monaster
Codice: MC17160
Artista: ********
Titolo: Sculptures of weepers by Claus Sluter, 1340-1405, and Claus de Werve, 1380-1459, on the tomb of Philippe le Hardi, or Philip the Bold, 1342-1404, (Philippe II, duc de Bourgogne, or Philip II, Duke of Burgundy), 1381-1410, in the Grande Salle du Palais des ducs de Bourgogne, or Salle des Gardes, a 15th century Flamboyant Gothic hall, in the Musee des Beaux-Arts de Dijon, opened 1787 in the Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy in Dijon, Burgundy, France. The tomb consists of a painted alabaster effigy with lion and angels, and below, figures of pleurants or weepers among Gothic tracery. Claus Sluter worked on the weepers 1389-1404 and produced startlingly realistic sculptures, and Claus de Werve completed them 1404-10. The tombs were originally from the Chartreuse de Champmol, or Chartreuse de la Sainte-Trinite de Champmol, a Carthusian monaster
Ubicazione: ******** - ********
Crediti: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Flirenze

******** Sculptures of weepers by Claus Sluter, 1340-1405, and Claus de Werve, 1380-1459, on the tomb of Philippe le Hardi, or Philip the Bold, 1342-1404, (Philippe II, duc de Bourgogne, or Philip II, Duke of Burgundy), 1381-1410, in the Grande Salle du Palais des ducs de Bourgogne, or Salle des Gardes, a 15th century Flamboyant Gothic hall, in the Musee des Beaux-Arts de Dijon, opened 1787 in the Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy in Dijon, Burgundy, France. The tomb consists of a painted alabaster effigy with lion and angels, and below, figures of pleurants or weepers among Gothic tracery. Claus Sluter worked on the weepers 1389-1404 and produced startlingly realistic sculptures, and Claus de Werve completed them 1404-10. The tombs were originally from the Chartreuse de Champmol, or Chartreuse de la Sainte-Trinite de Champmol, a Carthusian monaster
Codice: MC17160
Artista: ********
Titolo: Sculptures of weepers by Claus Sluter, 1340-1405, and Claus de Werve, 1380-1459, on the tomb of Philippe le Hardi, or Philip the Bold, 1342-1404, (Philippe II, duc de Bourgogne, or Philip II, Duke of Burgundy), 1381-1410, in the Grande Salle du Palais des ducs de Bourgogne, or Salle des Gardes, a 15th century Flamboyant Gothic hall, in the Musee des Beaux-Arts de Dijon, opened 1787 in the Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy in Dijon, Burgundy, France. The tomb consists of a painted alabaster effigy with lion and angels, and below, figures of pleurants or weepers among Gothic tracery. Claus Sluter worked on the weepers 1389-1404 and produced startlingly realistic sculptures, and Claus de Werve completed them 1404-10. The tombs were originally from the Chartreuse de Champmol, or Chartreuse de la Sainte-Trinite de Champmol, a Carthusian monaster
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Ubicazione: ********
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******** Sculptures of weepers by Claus Sluter, 1340-1405, and Claus de Werve, 1380-1459, on the tomb of Philippe le Hardi, or Philip the Bold, 1342-1404, (Philippe II, duc de Bourgogne, or Philip II, Duke of Burgundy), 1381-1410, in the Grande Salle du Palais des ducs de Bourgogne, or Salle des Gardes, a 15th century Flamboyant Gothic hall, in the Musee des Beaux-Arts de Dijon, opened 1787 in the Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy in Dijon, Burgundy, France. The tomb consists of a painted alabaster effigy with lion and angels, and below, figures of pleurants or weepers among Gothic tracery. Claus Sluter worked on the weepers 1389-1404 and produced startlingly realistic sculptures, and Claus de Werve completed them 1404-10. The tombs were originally from the Chartreuse de Champmol, or Chartreuse de la Sainte-Trinite de Champmol, a Carthusian monaster
Codice: MC17159
Artista: ********
Titolo: Sculptures of weepers by Claus Sluter, 1340-1405, and Claus de Werve, 1380-1459, on the tomb of Philippe le Hardi, or Philip the Bold, 1342-1404, (Philippe II, duc de Bourgogne, or Philip II, Duke of Burgundy), 1381-1410, in the Grande Salle du Palais des ducs de Bourgogne, or Salle des Gardes, a 15th century Flamboyant Gothic hall, in the Musee des Beaux-Arts de Dijon, opened 1787 in the Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy in Dijon, Burgundy, France. The tomb consists of a painted alabaster effigy with lion and angels, and below, figures of pleurants or weepers among Gothic tracery. Claus Sluter worked on the weepers 1389-1404 and produced startlingly realistic sculptures, and Claus de Werve completed them 1404-10. The tombs were originally from the Chartreuse de Champmol, or Chartreuse de la Sainte-Trinite de Champmol, a Carthusian monaster
Ubicazione: ******** - ********
Crediti: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Flirenze

******** Sculptures of weepers by Claus Sluter, 1340-1405, and Claus de Werve, 1380-1459, on the tomb of Philippe le Hardi, or Philip the Bold, 1342-1404, (Philippe II, duc de Bourgogne, or Philip II, Duke of Burgundy), 1381-1410, in the Grande Salle du Palais des ducs de Bourgogne, or Salle des Gardes, a 15th century Flamboyant Gothic hall, in the Musee des Beaux-Arts de Dijon, opened 1787 in the Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy in Dijon, Burgundy, France. The tomb consists of a painted alabaster effigy with lion and angels, and below, figures of pleurants or weepers among Gothic tracery. Claus Sluter worked on the weepers 1389-1404 and produced startlingly realistic sculptures, and Claus de Werve completed them 1404-10. The tombs were originally from the Chartreuse de Champmol, or Chartreuse de la Sainte-Trinite de Champmol, a Carthusian monaster
Codice: MC17159
Artista: ********
Titolo: Sculptures of weepers by Claus Sluter, 1340-1405, and Claus de Werve, 1380-1459, on the tomb of Philippe le Hardi, or Philip the Bold, 1342-1404, (Philippe II, duc de Bourgogne, or Philip II, Duke of Burgundy), 1381-1410, in the Grande Salle du Palais des ducs de Bourgogne, or Salle des Gardes, a 15th century Flamboyant Gothic hall, in the Musee des Beaux-Arts de Dijon, opened 1787 in the Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy in Dijon, Burgundy, France. The tomb consists of a painted alabaster effigy with lion and angels, and below, figures of pleurants or weepers among Gothic tracery. Claus Sluter worked on the weepers 1389-1404 and produced startlingly realistic sculptures, and Claus de Werve completed them 1404-10. The tombs were originally from the Chartreuse de Champmol, or Chartreuse de la Sainte-Trinite de Champmol, a Carthusian monaster
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Ubicazione: ********
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******** Sculptures of weepers including a bishop, under Gothic canopies, by Claus Sluter, 1340-1405, and Claus de Werve, 1380-1459, on the tomb of Philippe le Hardi, or Philip the Bold, 1342-1404, (Philippe II, duc de Bourgogne, or Philip II, Duke of Burgundy), 1381-1410, in the Grande Salle du Palais des ducs de Bourgogne, or Salle des Gardes, a 15th century Flamboyant Gothic hall, in the Musee des Beaux-Arts de Dijon, opened 1787 in the Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy in Dijon, Burgundy, France. The tomb consists of a painted alabaster effigy with lion and angels, and below, figures of pleurants or weepers among Gothic tracery. Claus Sluter worked on the weepers 1389-1404 and produced startlingly realistic sculptures, and Claus de Werve completed them 1404-10. The tombs were originally from the Chartreuse de Champmol, or Chartreuse de la Sainte
Codice: MC17158
Artista: ********
Titolo: Sculptures of weepers including a bishop, under Gothic canopies, by Claus Sluter, 1340-1405, and Claus de Werve, 1380-1459, on the tomb of Philippe le Hardi, or Philip the Bold, 1342-1404, (Philippe II, duc de Bourgogne, or Philip II, Duke of Burgundy), 1381-1410, in the Grande Salle du Palais des ducs de Bourgogne, or Salle des Gardes, a 15th century Flamboyant Gothic hall, in the Musee des Beaux-Arts de Dijon, opened 1787 in the Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy in Dijon, Burgundy, France. The tomb consists of a painted alabaster effigy with lion and angels, and below, figures of pleurants or weepers among Gothic tracery. Claus Sluter worked on the weepers 1389-1404 and produced startlingly realistic sculptures, and Claus de Werve completed them 1404-10. The tombs were originally from the Chartreuse de Champmol, or Chartreuse de la Sainte
Ubicazione: ******** - ********
Crediti: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Flirenze

******** Sculptures of weepers including a bishop, under Gothic canopies, by Claus Sluter, 1340-1405, and Claus de Werve, 1380-1459, on the tomb of Philippe le Hardi, or Philip the Bold, 1342-1404, (Philippe II, duc de Bourgogne, or Philip II, Duke of Burgundy), 1381-1410, in the Grande Salle du Palais des ducs de Bourgogne, or Salle des Gardes, a 15th century Flamboyant Gothic hall, in the Musee des Beaux-Arts de Dijon, opened 1787 in the Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy in Dijon, Burgundy, France. The tomb consists of a painted alabaster effigy with lion and angels, and below, figures of pleurants or weepers among Gothic tracery. Claus Sluter worked on the weepers 1389-1404 and produced startlingly realistic sculptures, and Claus de Werve completed them 1404-10. The tombs were originally from the Chartreuse de Champmol, or Chartreuse de la Sainte
Codice: MC17158
Artista: ********
Titolo: Sculptures of weepers including a bishop, under Gothic canopies, by Claus Sluter, 1340-1405, and Claus de Werve, 1380-1459, on the tomb of Philippe le Hardi, or Philip the Bold, 1342-1404, (Philippe II, duc de Bourgogne, or Philip II, Duke of Burgundy), 1381-1410, in the Grande Salle du Palais des ducs de Bourgogne, or Salle des Gardes, a 15th century Flamboyant Gothic hall, in the Musee des Beaux-Arts de Dijon, opened 1787 in the Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy in Dijon, Burgundy, France. The tomb consists of a painted alabaster effigy with lion and angels, and below, figures of pleurants or weepers among Gothic tracery. Claus Sluter worked on the weepers 1389-1404 and produced startlingly realistic sculptures, and Claus de Werve completed them 1404-10. The tombs were originally from the Chartreuse de Champmol, or Chartreuse de la Sainte
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******** Tomb of Philippe le Hardi, or Philip the Bold, 1342-1404, (Philippe II, duc de Bourgogne, or Philip II, Duke of Burgundy), 1381-1410, by Jean de Marville, d. 1389, Claus Sluter, 1340-1405, and Claus de Werve, 1380-1459, in the Grande Salle du Palais des ducs de Bourgogne, or Salle des Gardes, a 15th century Flamboyant Gothic hall, in the Musee des Beaux-Arts de Dijon, opened 1787 in the Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy in Dijon, Burgundy, France. The tomb consists of a painted alabaster effigy with lion and angels, and below, figures of pleurants or weepers among Gothic tracery. Jean de Marville was commissioned in 1381, and Claus Sluter took over in 1389 after his death and produced startlingly realistic sculptures. In 1404, and Claus de Werve took over and finished the work in 1410. The effigies were painted by Jean Malouel, 1365-1415. T
Codice: MC17157
Artista: ********
Titolo: Tomb of Philippe le Hardi, or Philip the Bold, 1342-1404, (Philippe II, duc de Bourgogne, or Philip II, Duke of Burgundy), 1381-1410, by Jean de Marville, d. 1389, Claus Sluter, 1340-1405, and Claus de Werve, 1380-1459, in the Grande Salle du Palais des ducs de Bourgogne, or Salle des Gardes, a 15th century Flamboyant Gothic hall, in the Musee des Beaux-Arts de Dijon, opened 1787 in the Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy in Dijon, Burgundy, France. The tomb consists of a painted alabaster effigy with lion and angels, and below, figures of pleurants or weepers among Gothic tracery. Jean de Marville was commissioned in 1381, and Claus Sluter took over in 1389 after his death and produced startlingly realistic sculptures. In 1404, and Claus de Werve took over and finished the work in 1410. The effigies were painted by Jean Malouel, 1365-1415. T
Ubicazione: ******** - ********
Crediti: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Flirenze

******** Tomb of Philippe le Hardi, or Philip the Bold, 1342-1404, (Philippe II, duc de Bourgogne, or Philip II, Duke of Burgundy), 1381-1410, by Jean de Marville, d. 1389, Claus Sluter, 1340-1405, and Claus de Werve, 1380-1459, in the Grande Salle du Palais des ducs de Bourgogne, or Salle des Gardes, a 15th century Flamboyant Gothic hall, in the Musee des Beaux-Arts de Dijon, opened 1787 in the Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy in Dijon, Burgundy, France. The tomb consists of a painted alabaster effigy with lion and angels, and below, figures of pleurants or weepers among Gothic tracery. Jean de Marville was commissioned in 1381, and Claus Sluter took over in 1389 after his death and produced startlingly realistic sculptures. In 1404, and Claus de Werve took over and finished the work in 1410. The effigies were painted by Jean Malouel, 1365-1415. T
Codice: MC17157
Artista: ********
Titolo: Tomb of Philippe le Hardi, or Philip the Bold, 1342-1404, (Philippe II, duc de Bourgogne, or Philip II, Duke of Burgundy), 1381-1410, by Jean de Marville, d. 1389, Claus Sluter, 1340-1405, and Claus de Werve, 1380-1459, in the Grande Salle du Palais des ducs de Bourgogne, or Salle des Gardes, a 15th century Flamboyant Gothic hall, in the Musee des Beaux-Arts de Dijon, opened 1787 in the Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy in Dijon, Burgundy, France. The tomb consists of a painted alabaster effigy with lion and angels, and below, figures of pleurants or weepers among Gothic tracery. Jean de Marville was commissioned in 1381, and Claus Sluter took over in 1389 after his death and produced startlingly realistic sculptures. In 1404, and Claus de Werve took over and finished the work in 1410. The effigies were painted by Jean Malouel, 1365-1415. T
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******** Facade of weepers under Gothic canopies by Claus Sluter, 1340-1405, and Claus de Werve, 1380-1459, on the tomb of Philippe le Hardi, or Philip the Bold, 1342-1404, (Philippe II, duc de Bourgogne, or Philip II, Duke of Burgundy), 1381-1410, in the Grande Salle du Palais des ducs de Bourgogne, or Salle des Gardes, a 15th century Flamboyant Gothic hall, in the Musee des Beaux-Arts de Dijon, opened 1787 in the Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy in Dijon, Burgundy, France. The tomb consists of a painted alabaster effigy with lion and angels, and below, figures of pleurants or weepers among Gothic tracery. Claus Sluter worked on the weepers 1389-1404 and produced startlingly realistic sculptures, and Claus de Werve completed them 1404-10. The tombs were originally from the Chartreuse de Champmol, or Chartreuse de la Sainte-Trinite de Champmol, a C
Codice: MC17156
Artista: ********
Titolo: Facade of weepers under Gothic canopies by Claus Sluter, 1340-1405, and Claus de Werve, 1380-1459, on the tomb of Philippe le Hardi, or Philip the Bold, 1342-1404, (Philippe II, duc de Bourgogne, or Philip II, Duke of Burgundy), 1381-1410, in the Grande Salle du Palais des ducs de Bourgogne, or Salle des Gardes, a 15th century Flamboyant Gothic hall, in the Musee des Beaux-Arts de Dijon, opened 1787 in the Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy in Dijon, Burgundy, France. The tomb consists of a painted alabaster effigy with lion and angels, and below, figures of pleurants or weepers among Gothic tracery. Claus Sluter worked on the weepers 1389-1404 and produced startlingly realistic sculptures, and Claus de Werve completed them 1404-10. The tombs were originally from the Chartreuse de Champmol, or Chartreuse de la Sainte-Trinite de Champmol, a C
Ubicazione: ******** - ********
Crediti: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Flirenze

******** Facade of weepers under Gothic canopies by Claus Sluter, 1340-1405, and Claus de Werve, 1380-1459, on the tomb of Philippe le Hardi, or Philip the Bold, 1342-1404, (Philippe II, duc de Bourgogne, or Philip II, Duke of Burgundy), 1381-1410, in the Grande Salle du Palais des ducs de Bourgogne, or Salle des Gardes, a 15th century Flamboyant Gothic hall, in the Musee des Beaux-Arts de Dijon, opened 1787 in the Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy in Dijon, Burgundy, France. The tomb consists of a painted alabaster effigy with lion and angels, and below, figures of pleurants or weepers among Gothic tracery. Claus Sluter worked on the weepers 1389-1404 and produced startlingly realistic sculptures, and Claus de Werve completed them 1404-10. The tombs were originally from the Chartreuse de Champmol, or Chartreuse de la Sainte-Trinite de Champmol, a C
Codice: MC17156
Artista: ********
Titolo: Facade of weepers under Gothic canopies by Claus Sluter, 1340-1405, and Claus de Werve, 1380-1459, on the tomb of Philippe le Hardi, or Philip the Bold, 1342-1404, (Philippe II, duc de Bourgogne, or Philip II, Duke of Burgundy), 1381-1410, in the Grande Salle du Palais des ducs de Bourgogne, or Salle des Gardes, a 15th century Flamboyant Gothic hall, in the Musee des Beaux-Arts de Dijon, opened 1787 in the Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy in Dijon, Burgundy, France. The tomb consists of a painted alabaster effigy with lion and angels, and below, figures of pleurants or weepers among Gothic tracery. Claus Sluter worked on the weepers 1389-1404 and produced startlingly realistic sculptures, and Claus de Werve completed them 1404-10. The tombs were originally from the Chartreuse de Champmol, or Chartreuse de la Sainte-Trinite de Champmol, a C
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******** Facade of weepers under Gothic canopies by Claus Sluter, 1340-1405, and Claus de Werve, 1380-1459, on the tomb of Philippe le Hardi, or Philip the Bold, 1342-1404, (Philippe II, duc de Bourgogne, or Philip II, Duke of Burgundy), 1381-1410, in the Grande Salle du Palais des ducs de Bourgogne, or Salle des Gardes, a 15th century Flamboyant Gothic hall, in the Musee des Beaux-Arts de Dijon, opened 1787 in the Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy in Dijon, Burgundy, France. The tomb consists of a painted alabaster effigy with lion and angels, and below, figures of pleurants or weepers among Gothic tracery. Claus Sluter worked on the weepers 1389-1404 and produced startlingly realistic sculptures, and Claus de Werve completed them 1404-10. The tombs were originally from the Chartreuse de Champmol, or Chartreuse de la Sainte-Trinite de Champmol, a C
Codice: MC17155
Artista: ********
Titolo: Facade of weepers under Gothic canopies by Claus Sluter, 1340-1405, and Claus de Werve, 1380-1459, on the tomb of Philippe le Hardi, or Philip the Bold, 1342-1404, (Philippe II, duc de Bourgogne, or Philip II, Duke of Burgundy), 1381-1410, in the Grande Salle du Palais des ducs de Bourgogne, or Salle des Gardes, a 15th century Flamboyant Gothic hall, in the Musee des Beaux-Arts de Dijon, opened 1787 in the Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy in Dijon, Burgundy, France. The tomb consists of a painted alabaster effigy with lion and angels, and below, figures of pleurants or weepers among Gothic tracery. Claus Sluter worked on the weepers 1389-1404 and produced startlingly realistic sculptures, and Claus de Werve completed them 1404-10. The tombs were originally from the Chartreuse de Champmol, or Chartreuse de la Sainte-Trinite de Champmol, a C
Ubicazione: ******** - ********
Crediti: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Flirenze

******** Facade of weepers under Gothic canopies by Claus Sluter, 1340-1405, and Claus de Werve, 1380-1459, on the tomb of Philippe le Hardi, or Philip the Bold, 1342-1404, (Philippe II, duc de Bourgogne, or Philip II, Duke of Burgundy), 1381-1410, in the Grande Salle du Palais des ducs de Bourgogne, or Salle des Gardes, a 15th century Flamboyant Gothic hall, in the Musee des Beaux-Arts de Dijon, opened 1787 in the Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy in Dijon, Burgundy, France. The tomb consists of a painted alabaster effigy with lion and angels, and below, figures of pleurants or weepers among Gothic tracery. Claus Sluter worked on the weepers 1389-1404 and produced startlingly realistic sculptures, and Claus de Werve completed them 1404-10. The tombs were originally from the Chartreuse de Champmol, or Chartreuse de la Sainte-Trinite de Champmol, a C
Codice: MC17155
Artista: ********
Titolo: Facade of weepers under Gothic canopies by Claus Sluter, 1340-1405, and Claus de Werve, 1380-1459, on the tomb of Philippe le Hardi, or Philip the Bold, 1342-1404, (Philippe II, duc de Bourgogne, or Philip II, Duke of Burgundy), 1381-1410, in the Grande Salle du Palais des ducs de Bourgogne, or Salle des Gardes, a 15th century Flamboyant Gothic hall, in the Musee des Beaux-Arts de Dijon, opened 1787 in the Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy in Dijon, Burgundy, France. The tomb consists of a painted alabaster effigy with lion and angels, and below, figures of pleurants or weepers among Gothic tracery. Claus Sluter worked on the weepers 1389-1404 and produced startlingly realistic sculptures, and Claus de Werve completed them 1404-10. The tombs were originally from the Chartreuse de Champmol, or Chartreuse de la Sainte-Trinite de Champmol, a C
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******** Sculptures of weepers under Gothic canopies by Claus Sluter, 1340-1405, and Claus de Werve, 1380-1459, on the tomb of Philippe le Hardi, or Philip the Bold, 1342-1404, (Philippe II, duc de Bourgogne, or Philip II, Duke of Burgundy), 1381-1410, in the Grande Salle du Palais des ducs de Bourgogne, or Salle des Gardes, a 15th century Flamboyant Gothic hall, in the Musee des Beaux-Arts de Dijon, opened 1787 in the Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy in Dijon, Burgundy, France. The tomb consists of a painted alabaster effigy with lion and angels, and below, figures of pleurants or weepers among Gothic tracery. Claus Sluter worked on the weepers 1389-1404 and produced startlingly realistic sculptures, and Claus de Werve completed them 1404-10. The tombs were originally from the Chartreuse de Champmol, or Chartreuse de la Sainte-Trinite de Champmol,
Codice: MC17154
Artista: ********
Titolo: Sculptures of weepers under Gothic canopies by Claus Sluter, 1340-1405, and Claus de Werve, 1380-1459, on the tomb of Philippe le Hardi, or Philip the Bold, 1342-1404, (Philippe II, duc de Bourgogne, or Philip II, Duke of Burgundy), 1381-1410, in the Grande Salle du Palais des ducs de Bourgogne, or Salle des Gardes, a 15th century Flamboyant Gothic hall, in the Musee des Beaux-Arts de Dijon, opened 1787 in the Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy in Dijon, Burgundy, France. The tomb consists of a painted alabaster effigy with lion and angels, and below, figures of pleurants or weepers among Gothic tracery. Claus Sluter worked on the weepers 1389-1404 and produced startlingly realistic sculptures, and Claus de Werve completed them 1404-10. The tombs were originally from the Chartreuse de Champmol, or Chartreuse de la Sainte-Trinite de Champmol,
Ubicazione: ******** - ********
Crediti: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Flirenze

******** Sculptures of weepers under Gothic canopies by Claus Sluter, 1340-1405, and Claus de Werve, 1380-1459, on the tomb of Philippe le Hardi, or Philip the Bold, 1342-1404, (Philippe II, duc de Bourgogne, or Philip II, Duke of Burgundy), 1381-1410, in the Grande Salle du Palais des ducs de Bourgogne, or Salle des Gardes, a 15th century Flamboyant Gothic hall, in the Musee des Beaux-Arts de Dijon, opened 1787 in the Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy in Dijon, Burgundy, France. The tomb consists of a painted alabaster effigy with lion and angels, and below, figures of pleurants or weepers among Gothic tracery. Claus Sluter worked on the weepers 1389-1404 and produced startlingly realistic sculptures, and Claus de Werve completed them 1404-10. The tombs were originally from the Chartreuse de Champmol, or Chartreuse de la Sainte-Trinite de Champmol,
Codice: MC17154
Artista: ********
Titolo: Sculptures of weepers under Gothic canopies by Claus Sluter, 1340-1405, and Claus de Werve, 1380-1459, on the tomb of Philippe le Hardi, or Philip the Bold, 1342-1404, (Philippe II, duc de Bourgogne, or Philip II, Duke of Burgundy), 1381-1410, in the Grande Salle du Palais des ducs de Bourgogne, or Salle des Gardes, a 15th century Flamboyant Gothic hall, in the Musee des Beaux-Arts de Dijon, opened 1787 in the Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy in Dijon, Burgundy, France. The tomb consists of a painted alabaster effigy with lion and angels, and below, figures of pleurants or weepers among Gothic tracery. Claus Sluter worked on the weepers 1389-1404 and produced startlingly realistic sculptures, and Claus de Werve completed them 1404-10. The tombs were originally from the Chartreuse de Champmol, or Chartreuse de la Sainte-Trinite de Champmol,
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******** Sculptures of weepers under Gothic canopies by Claus Sluter, 1340-1405, and Claus de Werve, 1380-1459, on the tomb of Philippe le Hardi, or Philip the Bold, 1342-1404, (Philippe II, duc de Bourgogne, or Philip II, Duke of Burgundy), 1381-1410, in the Grande Salle du Palais des ducs de Bourgogne, or Salle des Gardes, a 15th century Flamboyant Gothic hall, in the Musee des Beaux-Arts de Dijon, opened 1787 in the Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy in Dijon, Burgundy, France. The tomb consists of a painted alabaster effigy with lion and angels, and below, figures of pleurants or weepers among Gothic tracery. Claus Sluter worked on the weepers 1389-1404 and produced startlingly realistic sculptures, and Claus de Werve completed them 1404-10. The tombs were originally from the Chartreuse de Champmol, or Chartreuse de la Sainte-Trinite de Champmol,
Codice: MC17153
Artista: ********
Titolo: Sculptures of weepers under Gothic canopies by Claus Sluter, 1340-1405, and Claus de Werve, 1380-1459, on the tomb of Philippe le Hardi, or Philip the Bold, 1342-1404, (Philippe II, duc de Bourgogne, or Philip II, Duke of Burgundy), 1381-1410, in the Grande Salle du Palais des ducs de Bourgogne, or Salle des Gardes, a 15th century Flamboyant Gothic hall, in the Musee des Beaux-Arts de Dijon, opened 1787 in the Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy in Dijon, Burgundy, France. The tomb consists of a painted alabaster effigy with lion and angels, and below, figures of pleurants or weepers among Gothic tracery. Claus Sluter worked on the weepers 1389-1404 and produced startlingly realistic sculptures, and Claus de Werve completed them 1404-10. The tombs were originally from the Chartreuse de Champmol, or Chartreuse de la Sainte-Trinite de Champmol,
Ubicazione: ******** - ********
Crediti: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Flirenze

******** Sculptures of weepers under Gothic canopies by Claus Sluter, 1340-1405, and Claus de Werve, 1380-1459, on the tomb of Philippe le Hardi, or Philip the Bold, 1342-1404, (Philippe II, duc de Bourgogne, or Philip II, Duke of Burgundy), 1381-1410, in the Grande Salle du Palais des ducs de Bourgogne, or Salle des Gardes, a 15th century Flamboyant Gothic hall, in the Musee des Beaux-Arts de Dijon, opened 1787 in the Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy in Dijon, Burgundy, France. The tomb consists of a painted alabaster effigy with lion and angels, and below, figures of pleurants or weepers among Gothic tracery. Claus Sluter worked on the weepers 1389-1404 and produced startlingly realistic sculptures, and Claus de Werve completed them 1404-10. The tombs were originally from the Chartreuse de Champmol, or Chartreuse de la Sainte-Trinite de Champmol,
Codice: MC17153
Artista: ********
Titolo: Sculptures of weepers under Gothic canopies by Claus Sluter, 1340-1405, and Claus de Werve, 1380-1459, on the tomb of Philippe le Hardi, or Philip the Bold, 1342-1404, (Philippe II, duc de Bourgogne, or Philip II, Duke of Burgundy), 1381-1410, in the Grande Salle du Palais des ducs de Bourgogne, or Salle des Gardes, a 15th century Flamboyant Gothic hall, in the Musee des Beaux-Arts de Dijon, opened 1787 in the Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy in Dijon, Burgundy, France. The tomb consists of a painted alabaster effigy with lion and angels, and below, figures of pleurants or weepers among Gothic tracery. Claus Sluter worked on the weepers 1389-1404 and produced startlingly realistic sculptures, and Claus de Werve completed them 1404-10. The tombs were originally from the Chartreuse de Champmol, or Chartreuse de la Sainte-Trinite de Champmol,
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