Dijon Museum of Fine Arts Photos

Dijon's Museum of Fine Arts is noted for finely carved marble tombs by Jean de la Huerta & Antoine le Moiturier.

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Marble & alabaster tomb of John the Fearless & Margaret of Bavaria by Jean de la Huerta & Antoine le Moiturier in Museum of Fine Arts. Dijon, France.Marble supporting clerical carvings on tomb of John the Fearless & Margaret of Bavaria in Museum of Fine Arts. Dijon, France.Marble tomb of Philip the Bold by Jean de Marville, Claus Sluter & Clause de Werve in Museum of Fine Arts. Dijon, France.Probably portrait of Hugues de Rabutin by Master of Saint-Jean-de-Luze in Museum of Fine Arts. Dijon, France.
Marble & alabaster tomb of John the Fearless & Margaret of Bavaria (1413-70) by Jean de la Huerta & Antoine le Moiturier in Museum of Fine Arts. Dijon, France.Marble supporting clerical carvings on tomb of John the Fearless & Margaret of Bavaria in Museum of Fine Arts. Dijon, France.Marble tomb of Philip the Bold (1384-1410) by Jean de Marville, Claus Sluter & Clause de Werve in Museum of Fine Arts. Dijon, France.Probably portrait of Hugues de Rabutin (c1470) by Master of Saint-Jean-de-Luze in Museum of Fine Arts. Dijon, France.
Saints facing dragons & beasts in painting in Museum of Fine Arts. Dijon, France.


Saints facing dragons & beasts in painting in Museum of Fine Arts. Dijon, France.



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