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Bourgogne Collection

Background imageBourgogne Collection: Marie Adelaide de Savoie, Duchess of Burgundy, 1683-1712

Marie Adelaide de Savoie, Duchess of Burgundy, 1683-1712. She wears a tall lace Fontanges headdress with ribbons, striped mantua with train, lace sleeves, and petticoat with gold bands

Background imageBourgogne Collection: Marie Adelaide of Savoy, 1685-1712

Marie Adelaide of Savoy, 1685-1712
Marie Adelaide of Savoy, wife of Louis, Dauphin of France, Duke of Burgundy, 1685-1712. Marie Adelaide de Savoie, Duchesse de Bourgogne, Dauphine de France

Background imageBourgogne Collection: Mary Duchess of Burgundy, Marie de Bourgogne

Mary Duchess of Burgundy, Marie de Bourgogne, wife to Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I 1457-1482. Handcoloured lithograph after a painting in the school of Jan Van Eyck from Le Bibliophile Jacob aka

Background imageBourgogne Collection: Charles the Bold, Duke of Burgundy 1433-1477

Charles the Bold, Duke of Burgundy 1433-1477
Charles the Bold, Duke of Burgundy, Charles le Temereire, duc de Bourgogne 1433-1477. Handcoloured lithograph by Leopold Massard after a miniature in a pair of Hours in Roger de Gaignieres portfolio

Background imageBourgogne Collection: Isabelle of Portugal, Duchess of Burgundy, d. 1472

Isabelle of Portugal, Duchess of Burgundy, d. 1472
Isabelle of Portugal, Duchess of Burgundy, duchesse de Bourgogne, third wife of Philippe le Bon, d. 1472. Handcoloured lithograph by Leopold Massard after a miniature in the manuscript Chroniques de

Background imageBourgogne Collection: Philippe III, le Bon, Duke of Burgundy, duc

Philippe III, le Bon, Duke of Burgundy, duc de Bourgogne, 1396-1467. He is depicted in the ceremonial robes of the Order of the Golden Fleece, founded in 1430

Background imageBourgogne Collection: John the Fearless, John I of Burgundy 1371-1419

John the Fearless, John I of Burgundy 1371-1419
John the Fearless, John I of Burgundy, Jean sans Peur, comte de Nevers, duc de Bourgogne, 1371-1419. Handcoloured lithograph by Leopold Massard after an original portrait in Roger de Gaignieres

Background imageBourgogne Collection: Children's prison, Clairvaux Abbey, Ville-sous-la-Ferte

Children's prison, Clairvaux Abbey, Ville-sous-la-Ferte
Children's prison (centre) and workshops (right), (the abbey functioned as a prison from 1804 when it was converted by Napoleon), at the Abbaye de Clairvaux, or Clairvaux Abbey

Background imageBourgogne Collection: Barn, Clairvaux Abbey, Ville-sous-la-Ferte, Aube, France

Barn, Clairvaux Abbey, Ville-sous-la-Ferte, Aube, France
Barn, with timber frame, formerly a lay brothers building, at the Abbaye de Clairvaux, or Clairvaux Abbey, a Cistercian monastery founded 1115 by St Bernard, in Ville-sous-la-Ferte, Aube, Grand Est

Background imageBourgogne Collection: Chapel, Clairvaux Abbey, Ville-sous-la-Ferte, Aube, France

Chapel, Clairvaux Abbey, Ville-sous-la-Ferte, Aube, France
Refectory, built 1774, converted in 1813 to a chapel for prisoners (the abbey functioned as a prison from 1804 when it was converted by Napoleon), restored 2013-15, at the Abbaye de Clairvaux

Background imageBourgogne Collection: Prison cells, Clairvaux Abbey, Ville-sous-la-Ferte, Aube

Prison cells, Clairvaux Abbey, Ville-sous-la-Ferte, Aube
Group cells in the men's prison, (the abbey functioned as a prison from 1804 when it was converted by Napoleon), at the Abbaye de Clairvaux, or Clairvaux Abbey

Background imageBourgogne Collection: Grand Cloister, Clairvaux Abbey, Ville-sous-la-Ferte, Aube

Grand Cloister, Clairvaux Abbey, Ville-sous-la-Ferte, Aube
Grand Cloister, built 17th century in classical style, surrounded by the lay brothers building, kitchen, monks refectory, boiler room and monks building, later used as the men's prison

Background imageBourgogne Collection: Cloister, Clairvaux Abbey, Ville-sous-la-Ferte, Aube, France

Cloister, Clairvaux Abbey, Ville-sous-la-Ferte, Aube, France
Main Gallery of the Cloister, built 18th century and used after 1804 as the men's prison, at the Abbaye de Clairvaux, or Clairvaux Abbey, a Cistercian monastery founded 1115 by St Bernard

Background imageBourgogne Collection: Lay dormitory, Clairvaux Abbey, Ville-sous-la-Ferte, Aube

Lay dormitory, Clairvaux Abbey, Ville-sous-la-Ferte, Aube
Lay dormitory, in the lay brothers building, built 12th century and rebuilt 1708, with cross vaulted ceiling supported by octagonal stone columns, at the Abbaye de Clairvaux, or Clairvaux Abbey

Background imageBourgogne Collection: Initials, Clairvaux Abbey, Ville-sous-la-Ferte, Aube, France

Initials, Clairvaux Abbey, Ville-sous-la-Ferte, Aube, France
Initials carved in the stone wall of the cellar, on the first floor of the lay brothers building, built 12th century and rebuilt 1708, at the Abbaye de Clairvaux, or Clairvaux Abbey

Background imageBourgogne Collection: Cellar, Clairvaux Abbey, Ville-sous-la-Ferte, Aube, France

Cellar, Clairvaux Abbey, Ville-sous-la-Ferte, Aube, France
Cellar in the Lay brothers building, built 12th century and rebuilt 1708 (centre), and wash-house and bakery (right), at the Abbaye de Clairvaux, or Clairvaux Abbey

Background imageBourgogne Collection: Great Bible of Clairvaux, Mediatheque Jacques-Chirac, Troyes

Great Bible of Clairvaux, Mediatheque Jacques-Chirac, Troyes
Great Bible of Clairvaux, an illuminated bible made 12th century at the Abbaye de Clarvaux or Clairvaux Abbey under St Bernard, now in the Mediatheque Jacques-Chirac

Background imageBourgogne Collection: Louis Xi Enters Paris Events France 30 August

Louis Xi Enters Paris Events France 30 August
louis, xi, enters, paris, events, france, 30, august, 1461, death, charles, vii, reign, will, troubled, one, continually, threatened, duc, de, bourgogne, history, historical, 10188997

Background imageBourgogne Collection: Duke of Burgundy, Duc de Bourgogne, with standard

Duke of Burgundy, Duc de Bourgogne, with standard. Chromolithograph from Loredan Larcheys Ancien Armorial Equestre de la Toison d Or et de l Europe au 15e siecle

Background imageBourgogne Collection: Charles the Bold, Charles le Temeraire, comte

Charles the Bold, Charles le Temeraire, comte de Charolais, duc de Bourgogne, 1433-1477. Chromolithograph from Loredan Larcheys Ancien Armorial Equestre de la Toison d Or et de l Europe au 15e siecle

Background imageBourgogne Collection: Louis, Duke of Burgundy and Petit Dauphin

Louis, Duke of Burgundy and Petit Dauphin
Louis, Duke of Burgundy and Dauphin of France, 1682-1712. Louis, Duc de Bourgogne, Petit Dauphin de France 1697. Handcoloured lithograph after a print by Bonnard from Le Bibliophile Jacob aka Paul

Background imageBourgogne Collection: Philippe as Charles de Bourgogne in Solitaire

Philippe as Charles de Bourgogne in Solitaire
French actor Philippe or Philippe-Amedee Roustan (1785-1847) as Charles de Bourgogne in Solitaire at the Theatre Porte St. Martin

Background imageBourgogne Collection: Traditional Costumes from the Bresse region of France

Traditional Costumes from the Bresse region of France
Traditional Costumes from the Bresse region - a former French province. It is located in the regions of Rhone-Alpes, Bourgogne, and Franche-Comte of eastern France

Background imageBourgogne Collection: SIEGE OF BEAUVAIS 1472

SIEGE OF BEAUVAIS 1472
SIEGE OF BEAUVAIS : Charles le Temeraire, duc de Bourgogne, tries to take Beauvais but the defence, notably by Jeanne de la Hachette, forces him to abandon the siege Date: July 1472

Background imageBourgogne Collection: FRANCH COURT 1393

FRANCH COURT 1393
The French court, with the ducs de Bourgogne and Berri acting as regents Date: 1393

Background imageBourgogne Collection: PEPIN BECOMES KING

PEPIN BECOMES KING
The sacre of Pepin III, maire du palais of Neustrie, Bourgogne and Austrasie, crowned king of the Franks Date: 751

Background imageBourgogne Collection: CARLOMAN, KING OF FRANCE

CARLOMAN, KING OF FRANCE son of Louis III King of Aquitaine and Bourgogne, titled King of France from 879 Date: ? - 884

Background imageBourgogne Collection: Costume / Bourgogne C15

Costume / Bourgogne C15
Man: very short houppelande or jacket with dagged epaulettes & hanging sleeves, parti- coloured hose, piked shoes & a bandeau. Woman: Hennin & veil headdress, gown & kirtle. Date: 15th century

Background imageBourgogne Collection: Copying a Manuscript

Copying a Manuscript
A secretary of Philippe le Bon, duc de Bourgogne, copies a manuscript circa 1460

Background imageBourgogne Collection: Philippe Le Bon / Deveria

Philippe Le Bon / Deveria
PHILIPPE LE BON DUKE OF BURGUNDY Powerful ruler, stateman, patron of the arts &c. Date: 1396 - 1467

Background imageBourgogne Collection: VUILLARD, Edouard. The Lilacs

VUILLARD, Edouard. The Lilacs
VUILLARD, Edouard (1868-1940). The Lilacs. 1890. Symbolism. Les Nabis. Oil on canvas. Private Collection

Background imageBourgogne Collection: Pope Callistus II

Pope Callistus II Born Gui de Bourgogne c.1065 Date: reigned 1119 - 1124

Background imageBourgogne Collection: TOISON D OR

TOISON D OR
Charles le Temeraire, duc de Bourgogne, presides over an assembly of the chevaliers des Toison d Or (knights of the Golden Fleece)

Background imageBourgogne Collection: Marie De Bourgogne

Marie De Bourgogne
MARIE DE BOURGOGNE wife of archduke Maximilian of Austria, but she died before he became emperor

Background imageBourgogne Collection: Jean Sans Peur

Jean Sans Peur
JEAN SANS PEUR ( the Fearless ) duc de BOURGOGNE

Background imageBourgogne Collection: Margaret York / Burgundy

Margaret York / Burgundy
MARGARET OF YORK also known Margaret, duchess of Burgundy, sister of Edward IV and Richard III of England, third wife to Charles the Bold, duke of Burgundy

Background imageBourgogne Collection: Norsemen in France

Norsemen in France
Paris is besieged unsuccess- -fully by the Norsemen; Count Eudes and bishop Goslin defend the city and the Vikings are paid to turn their attention to Bourgogne

Background imageBourgogne Collection: Jean De Carondelet (Eld)

Jean De Carondelet (Eld)
JEAN DE CARONDELET Burgundian statesman, Chancelier de Bourgogne et de Flandres. Date: 1428 - 1501

Background imageBourgogne Collection: Men of Bourgogne C. 1450

Men of Bourgogne C. 1450
Embroidered jerkin (jacket) with hanging sleeves worn over a doublet, hose, piked side- lacing boots with spurs, fur- lined & trimmed jerkin with side vents, chaperon (hat). Date: circa 1450

Background imageBourgogne Collection: Philippe Le Bon

Philippe Le Bon
PHILIPPE LE BON comte de Flandres, duc de Bourgogne Date: 1396 - 1467

Background imageBourgogne Collection: Philippe Le Bon / Anon

Philippe Le Bon / Anon
PHILIPPE LE BON DUKE OF BURGUNDY Powerful ruler, statesman, patron of the arts &c. Date: 1396 - 1467

Background imageBourgogne Collection: Chastelain and his Book

Chastelain and his Book
Georges Chastelain, Flemish soldier of fortune, presents his book to Charles le Temeraire, duc de Bourgogne Date: circa 1470

Background imageBourgogne Collection: Philippe Le Bon / Woodcut

Philippe Le Bon / Woodcut
PHILIPPE LE BON DUKE OF BURGUNDY Powerful ruler, statesman, patron of the arts &c. Date: 1396 - 1467

Background imageBourgogne Collection: Philippe Le Bon / Anon C18

Philippe Le Bon / Anon C18
PHILIPPE LE BON DUKE OF BURGUNDY Powerful ruler, statesman, patron of the arts &c. Date: 1396 - 1467

Background imageBourgogne Collection: Philippe Le Bon / Harl

Philippe Le Bon / Harl
PHILIPPE LE BON DUKE OF BURGUNDY Powerful ruler, statesman, patron of the arts &c. Date: 1396 - 1467

Background imageBourgogne Collection: Philippe Le Bon / Sichem

Philippe Le Bon / Sichem
PHILIPPE LE BON DUKE OF BURGUNDY Powerful ruler, statesman, patron of the arts &c. Date: 1396 - 1467

Background imageBourgogne Collection: Philippe Le Bon / Mag. Pit

Philippe Le Bon / Mag. Pit
PHILIPPE LE BON DUKE OF BURGUNDY Powerful ruler, statesman, patron of the arts &c. Date: 1396 - 1467

Background imageBourgogne Collection: Philippe Le Bon / Harding

Philippe Le Bon / Harding
PHILIPPE LE BON DUKE OF BURGUNDY Powerful ruler, statesman, patron of the arts &c. Date: 1396 - 1467



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