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Étienne Bobillet and Paul de Mosselman, Franco-Netherlandish Figurine of Mourners, Bourges, c. 1453 I love sculptures of clothing, you get all sorts of great details in Memento Mori, Renaissance, Post Mortem, Museum Studies, Historical Artifacts, Ancient Artifacts, Danse Macabre, Madonna, European Paintings
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The Mourners

The renovation of the Musée des Beaux-Arts in Dijon provides an opportunity for the unprecedented loan of alabaster mourner figures from the tomb of John the Fearless, Duke of Burgundy, and his wife, Margaret of Bavaria.

Catedral de Santiago de Compostela, Galicia, Spain - that artwork inscribed onto structures is amazing Romanesque Art, Romanesque Architecture, Romanesque Sculpture, Art Roman, Ange Demon, Mystique, Medieval Art, Sacred Art, Kirchen
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3. Master Mateo The Portal of Glory (Pórtico da Gloria) of Santiago de Compostela Cathedral (Romanesque period) 12th century, Santiago de Compostela Cathedral

From the tomb of Jean, duc de Berry choir of Sainte-Chapelle, Bourges (until vicomte de Fussy ; Pierpont Morgan (American), London and New York (until St Margaret, Hermitage Museum, Cleveland Museum Of Art, Ceramic Figures, Effigy, Medieval Art, Museum Of Fine Arts, Metropolitan Museum, Middle Ages
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Etienne Bobillet | Mourner | French | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

From the tomb of Jean, duc de Berry (1340-1416), choir of Sainte-Chapelle, Bourges (until 1757); vicomte de Fussy ; Georges Hoentschel (French); J. Pierpont Morgan (American), London and New York (until 1917)

One of the carved alabaster columns from the tabernacle of the high altar in St. Mark's Basilica, showing scenes of the life of Christ. Details: Crucifixion, Christ lamb, entry into Jerusalem. Kings Of Israel, Life Of Christ, The Tabernacle, Jesus Is Coming, Cathedral Church, Most Beautiful Cities, Medieval Art, 12th Century, Christian Art
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Mourner Artist: Étienne Bobillet (Franco-Netherlandish, active Bourges, Artist: Paul Mosselman (Franco-Netherlandish, active Bourges, Date: ca. Medieval Art, Renaissance Art, Memento Mori, Statues, Post Mortem, Pottery Sculpture, Wood Sculpture, Art Through The Ages, Cemetery Art
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Etienne Bobillet | Mourner | French | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

From the tomb of Jean, duc de Berry (1340-1416), choir of Sainte-Chapelle, Bourges, France (until 1757); vicomte de Fussy ; Georges Hoentschel (French); J. Pierpont Morgan (American), London and New York (until 1917)

Throughout most of their history these alabaster mourners have evoked a sense of awe and mystery as well as curiosity and admiration. They were originally arranged in processional order around the Processional Order, Cleveland Museum Of Art, Be Bold, Duke, Medieval, Mystery, Burgundy, Sculpture, Statue
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Mourner from the Tomb of Philip the Bold, Duke of Burgundy (1364-1404)

Throughout most of their history these alabaster mourners have evoked a sense of awe and mystery as well as curiosity and admiration. They were originally arranged in processional order around the

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Mourner from the tomb of John the Fearless - Jean sans Peur. No between 1443 and 1470 Common Prayer, Middle English, Modern English, Effigy, Prayer Beads, 15th Century, Madonna, Jeans, Medieval
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Category:Mourners from the tomb of John the Fearless

The English Reformation of the wasn't just an upheaval of the country's spirituality as the Church of England severed its Catholic ties; One was the alabaster sculpture business of the Midlands. Religious Icons, Religious Art, English Reformation, Wall Text, Saint Christopher, Church Of England, Biblical Art, European Paintings, John The Baptist
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The Delicate and Gruesome Art of Medieval Alabaster

The English Reformation of the 1530s wasn't just an upheaval of the country's spirituality as the Church of England severed its Catholic ties; it disrupted whole industries. One was the alabaster sculpture business of the Midlands.

Carved by Jean de La Huerta and Antoine Le Moiturier between 1443 and the unique devotional figures, known as “mourners,” were commissioned for the elaborate Gothic tomb of the second Duke of Burgundy. Cemetery Angels, Cemetery Art, Vanitas, St Philippe, The Duke Of Burgundy, Romanesque Art, Byzantine Art, Sad Art, Historical Artifacts
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Les pleurants du tombeau de Jean sans Peur au musée de Cluny

Le Monde.fr version mobile - Le musée national du Moyen Âge à Paris expose, jusqu'au 3 juin, les 39 figures du cortège funéraire du duc de Bourgogne et de son épouse, Marguerite de Bavière.

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Alabaster panel with a scene of the Martyrdom of St Thomas Becket Medieval Life, Medieval Art, Medieval Clothing, Canterbury Cathedral, Sculptures, Lion Sculpture, Early Modern Period, Late Middle Ages, European Paintings
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Throughout most of their history these alabaster mourners have evoked a sense of awe and mystery as well as curiosity and admiration. They were originally arranged in processional order around the Processional Order, Cleveland Museum Of Art, Be Bold, Duke, Medieval, Mystery, Burgundy, Sculpture, Statue
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Mourner from the Tomb of Philip the Bold, Duke of Burgundy (1364-1404)

Throughout most of their history these alabaster mourners have evoked a sense of awe and mystery as well as curiosity and admiration. They were originally arranged in processional order around the

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