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Burgundy Collection

Background imageBurgundy Collection: Mary (1457-1482). Duchess of Burgundy between

Mary (1457-1482). Duchess of Burgundy between 1477 and 1482. Anonymous work (15th c.). Oil on wood. FRANCE. Chantilly. Mus饠 Cond頨 Cond頍 useum)

Background imageBurgundy 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 imageBurgundy 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 imageBurgundy Collection: Pierre de la Guiche, nobleman of Burgundy, d. 1544

Pierre de la Guiche, nobleman of Burgundy, d. 1544
Pierre de la Guiche, nobleman of Burgundy, knight, advisor and chamberlain to the king, d. 1544. Handcoloured lithograph after a portrait in Roger de Gaignieres portfolio VIII 5

Background imageBurgundy 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 imageBurgundy 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 imageBurgundy 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 imageBurgundy 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 imageBurgundy 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 imageBurgundy Collection: Back cover of William Tarn and Co.s Illustrated Catalogue

Back cover of William Tarn and Co.s Illustrated Catalogue
William Tarn and Co.s Illustrated Catalogue, containing 202 pages including the front and back covers, with black and white and colour illustrations including designs for ceilings and dados

Background imageBurgundy Collection: Alfonso II of Aragon and Alfonso VIII of Castile in the sieg

Alfonso II of Aragon and Alfonso VIII of Castile in the sieg
Alfonso II of Aragon and I of Catalonia, the Chaste (1154-1196), king of the Crown of Aragon (1162-1196) and Alfonso VIII, called El de las Navas (1155-1214), king of Castile (1158-1214)

Background imageBurgundy Collection: Sancho IV of Castile (1258-1295). King of Castille, Leon

Sancho IV of Castile (1258-1295). King of Castille, Leon and Galicia from 1284-1295. Portrait. Engraving

Background imageBurgundy Collection: Grand evening dress in silver brocade, blue wig and feathers

Grand evening dress in silver brocade, blue wig and feathers, Grande robe du soir en brocart d argent, Perruque bleue, aigrettes

Background imageBurgundy 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 imageBurgundy 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 imageBurgundy 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 imageBurgundy 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 imageBurgundy 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 imageBurgundy 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 imageBurgundy 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 imageBurgundy 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 imageBurgundy 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 imageBurgundy 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 imageBurgundy Collection: Alfonso X of Castile and Leon and his son Sancho IV

Alfonso X of Castile and Leon and his son Sancho IV
Alfonso X of Castile and Leon, called the Wise (1221-1284) and his son Sancho IV, called the Brave (1258-1295), king of Castile and Leon. Illustration by J. Alaminos. Chromolithography

Background imageBurgundy Collection: The Archers of Burgundy. Engraving by Serra

The Archers of Burgundy. Engraving by Serra
The Archers of Burgundy, Burgundy Guard or Blade Guard, were an armed unit from the Burgundy Guard of Archers, introduced in Spain by King Philip I of Castile

Background imageBurgundy Collection: Sancho IV of Castile (1258-1295), called the Brave

Sancho IV of Castile (1258-1295), called the Brave. King of Castile, Leon and Galicia (1284-1295). Illustration by Llanta. Detail. Lithography. Cronica General de Espana

Background imageBurgundy Collection: Philip III, Duke of Burgundy, so-called the Good (1396-1467)

Philip III, Duke of Burgundy, so-called the Good (1396-1467). Founded the Order of the Golden Fleece in 1429. The king in chapter robes, wearing the gold collar of the Order of the Fleece

Background imageBurgundy Collection: Knight of the Distinguished Order of the Golden Fleece

Knight of the Distinguished Order of the Golden Fleece in ceremonial dress. Chivalry order founded in 1429 by Philip the Good, Duke of Burgundy. Chromolithography

Background imageBurgundy Collection: Charles the Bold (1433-1477). Allegory of the death of Cha

Charles the Bold (1433-1477). Allegory of the death of Cha
Charles the Bold (1433-1477). Duke of Burgundy (1467-1477). Allegory of the death of Charles the Bold. 15th century. Miniature of Le Chevalier deliberate. Chateau de Chantilly. France

Background imageBurgundy Collection: Woman in burgundy satin skirt and black satin jacket

Woman in burgundy satin skirt and black satin jacket
Woman in burgundy satin skirt, black satin jacket tied with blue velvet bows. Jupe de satin bordeaux, casaque de satin noir, noeuds de velours bleu

Background imageBurgundy Collection: The Duchess of Burgundy playing billiards, 18th century

The Duchess of Burgundy playing billiards, 18th century
Louis XIV returning from a hunt to find the Duchess of Burgundy playing billiards. From an engraving published by Bonnard, 1704

Background imageBurgundy 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 imageBurgundy Collection: Jean V de Crequy, seigneur de Crequy, chamberlain

Jean V de Crequy, seigneur de Crequy, chamberlain to the Duke of Burgundy, 1395-1474. Chromolithograph from Loredan Larcheys Ancien Armorial Equestre de la Toison d Or et de l Europe au 15e siecle

Background imageBurgundy Collection: Le Duc Philippe le Bon, Philip the Good, Duke

Le Duc Philippe le Bon, Philip the Good, Duke of Burgundy, 1396-1467. Chromolithograph from Loredan Larcheys Ancien Armorial Equestre de la Toison d Or et de l Europe au 15e siecle

Background imageBurgundy 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 imageBurgundy Collection: Hedges & Butlers Wine 1890

Hedges & Butlers Wine 1890
Series of views of alcohol being produced for Hedges & Butler s, to be sold in Regent Street, London. 1890

Background imageBurgundy Collection: Noblewoman of Burgundy, 1577

Noblewoman of Burgundy, 1577.. Handcolored copperplate engraving from Robert von Spalarts Historical Picture of the Costumes of the Principal People of Antiquity and of the Middle Ages (1796)

Background imageBurgundy Collection: DUKE ENTERING CHARTRES

DUKE ENTERING CHARTRES
The Duke of Burgundy having received the commard of an expedition from his brother, Charles the Fifth of France, after taking several towns, retires to Chartes. Date: 1370s

Background imageBurgundy Collection: Maximilian I married

Maximilian I married
Maximilian I and Maria of Burgundy married

Background imageBurgundy Collection: Vezelay Abbey, Burgundy, France

Vezelay Abbey, Burgundy, France
View of the facade of Vezelay Abbey, now known as the Basilique Sainte-Marie-Madeleine, or the Eglise de la Madeleine, a Benedictine abbey church in Burgundy, France. Date: 1853

Background imageBurgundy Collection: Macon, France - The Wooden House

Macon, France - The Wooden House
Macon, Burgundy France. A15th-16th century wooden house (Maison de Bois) in Place aux Herbes - at this point the lower shop was a clothing outfitter. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageBurgundy Collection: Front cover of Illustrated Catalogue of Machine-Made and Ca

Front cover of Illustrated Catalogue of Machine-Made and Ca
Illustrated Catalogue of Machine-Made and Cast Cabinet & Builders Brassfoundry, published by White & Pike Ltd. of Birmingham and London on 1 January 1897. Date: 1 January 1897

Background imageBurgundy Collection: Page from Illustrated Catalogue of Machine-Made and Cast Ca

Page from Illustrated Catalogue of Machine-Made and Cast Ca
Illustrated Catalogue of Machine-Made and Cast Cabinet & Builders Brassfoundry, published by White & Pike Ltd. of Birmingham and London on 1 January 1897. Date: 1 January 1897

Background imageBurgundy Collection: Battle of Tours or Battle of Poitiers. Octuber 732. Miniatur

Battle of Tours or Battle of Poitiers. Octuber 732. Miniature of Great Chronicle of France. Chateau of Chantilly. France

Background imageBurgundy Collection: Clovis I, King of the Franks and Queen Clotilda

Clovis I, King of the Franks and Queen Clotilda
Clovis I, King of the Franks, (466 - 511), and his wife Clotilda, Queen of the Franks (475 - 545)

Background imageBurgundy Collection: Medieval costume, 14th and 15th century

Medieval costume, 14th and 15th century
Medieval costume, showing various people in aristocratic and middle-class clothing. From left to right: upper class woman and man in costume of 1380, man in costume of 1400, woman in costume of 1430

Background imageBurgundy Collection: Maria de Molina (1265-1321). Wife of Sancho IV of Castille

Maria de Molina (1265-1321). Wife of Sancho IV of Castille
Maria Alfonso Tellez de Menezes (1265-1321), know as Maria de Molina. Wife of Sancho IV of Castille. Regent for her son Ferdinand IV and her grandson Alfonso XI

Background imageBurgundy Collection: Alfonso II of Aragon (1157-1196) and his wife Sancha of Cast

Alfonso II of Aragon (1157-1196) and his wife Sancha of Cast
Alfonso II of Aragon or Alfons I of Catalonia (1157-1196), called the Chaste. King of Aragon and Count of Barcelona from 1164 until 1196



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