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Tomb Effigy of Jean d'Alluye, mid-13th century French; Made in Loire Valley Limestone The tomb effigy is of Jean d'Alluye, a French knight of the thirteenth century. When he died in 1248, he was buried at the abbey he had founded—La Clarté-Dieu near Tours in northwestern France.  (600×262)

re describes her public conservation of the tomb effigy of Jean d'Alluye at The Cloisters.

King Clovis I Date: ca. 1250 Geography: Made in Burgundy, France Culture: French Medium: Limestone with traces of paint Dimensions: Overall: 74 1/2 in. (189.2 cm) Accession Number: 40.51.1 Metropolitan Museum of Art

King Clovis I Date: ca. 1250 Geography: Made in Burgundy, France Culture: French Medium: Limestone with traces of paint Dimensions: Overall: 74 in. cm) Accession Number: Metropolitan Museum of Art

This is an effigy of Jean d'Alluye, a 13th-century French knight who fought in the Crusades. The effigy is immaculately carved, and perfectly represents the garb of a 13th-century European knight, from the long sleeve chain mail shirt, to the triangular shield, to the sword belt, all the way down to the spurs on his feet. Except for one thing.

Tomb Effigy of Jean d'Alluye, limestone, century Touraine, Loire Valley (Metropolitan Museum of Art, Cloisters Collection)

The French destroy Genoa, Chroniques de France ou de St. Denis (Brit. Lib. Royal 20 C VII, fol. 19), end of the 14th century.

The French destroy Genoa, Chroniques de France ou de St. Royal 20 C VII, fol. end of the century.

Facial reconstruction of 14th century knight

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The crusader's return (end of 12th) From the Abbey of Belval, perhaps in commemoration of the return of Hugh I of Vaudemont (died in 1154)

The crusader's return (end of From the Abbey of Belval, perhaps in commemoration of the return of Hugh I of Vaudemont (died in A sweet little statue, with the wife greeting her husband, returning from who knows how many years away.

Tomb Effigy of Jean d'Alluye, mid-13th century French; Made in Loire Valley Limestone The tomb effigy is of Jean d'Alluye, a French knight of the thirteenth century. When he died in 1248, he was buried at the abbey he had founded—La Clarté-Dieu near Tours in northwestern France. (550×412)

Tomb effigy of the Crusader Jean d'Alluye French Loire Valley century CE - Picture of The Met Cloisters, New York City - TripAdvisor

Bartolomé Ordoñez. Sepulcro de Felipe "el hermoso" y Doña Juana "la loca". Capilla Real de Granada (h. 1519). Fue un encargo de Carlos V. Se depositó en el Hospital Real hasta 1603, razón por la que su estilo no influenció a obras contemporáneas. Según algunos, realizado en Carrara. El influjo italiano del maestro lo llevó a la elección de sepulcro exento. Inf. : Paredes rectas con esculturas y nichos avenerados y grandes medallones. Sup.: yacentes sobre sarcófago exento deco.figurativa.

Bartolomé Ordoñez. Sepulcro de Felipe "el hermoso" y Doña Juana "la loca". Capilla Real de Granada (h. 1519). Fue un encargo de Carlos V. Se depositó en el Hospital Real hasta 1603, razón por la que su estilo no influenció a obras contemporáneas. Según algunos, realizado en Carrara. El influjo italiano del maestro lo llevó a la elección de sepulcro exento. Inf. : Paredes rectas con esculturas y nichos avenerados y grandes medallones. Sup.: yacentes sobre sarcófago exento deco.figurativa.

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