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Chartres Collection

Background imageChartres Collection: Detail of Chartres Cathedral, 12th century

Detail of Chartres Cathedral, 12th century
Detail of Chartres Cathedral, showing Kings and Queens in the central door of the west front, 12th century

Background imageChartres Collection: Plate 13: ruins of a temple in a Roman landscape, from Roman landscapes and ruins (P

Plate 13: ruins of a temple in a Roman landscape, from Roman landscapes and ruins (Paysages et ruines de Rome), ca. 1646

Background imageChartres Collection: Plate 10: a horse lying down at center, a cow and two goats at right, two seated sheph

Plate 10: a horse lying down at center, a cow and two goats at right, two seated shepherds to left, a waterfall and a mountain at left in the background

Background imageChartres Collection: Plate 9: the Arch of Constantine at left, part of the Colosseum at right, various hors

Plate 9: the Arch of Constantine at left, part of the Colosseum at right, various horses and figures in foreground and background, from Roman landscapes and ruins (Paysages et ruines de Rome), ca

Background imageChartres Collection: Plate 8: the Colosseum, two herds being directed towards the amphitheater in the foreg

Plate 8: the Colosseum, two herds being directed towards the amphitheater in the foreground, from Roman landscapes and ruins (Paysages et ruines de Rome), ca. 1646

Background imageChartres Collection: Plate 6: cows crossing a valley at left, a horseman and other cows in the background

Plate 6: cows crossing a valley at left, a horseman and other cows in the background, from Roman landscapes and ruins (Paysages et ruines de Rome), ca. 1646

Background imageChartres Collection: Plate 1: fragments from ancient monuments, from Roman Landscapes and Ruins (Paysages

Plate 1: fragments from ancient monuments, from Roman Landscapes and Ruins (Paysages et ruines de Rome), ca. 1646

Background imageChartres Collection: Plate 12: a shepherd sleeping on the ground at right, three horses at left, other hors

Plate 12: a shepherd sleeping on the ground at right, three horses at left, other horses and various figures to right, the Baths of Diocletian in the background

Background imageChartres Collection: Plate 4: a Corinthian capital on the ground at left, a monument with figures in low re

Plate 4: a Corinthian capital on the ground at left, a monument with figures in low relief at left in the middleground, various animals and two shepherds at right

Background imageChartres Collection: Plate 5: a woman carrying a child on a horse at left, a camel following her, a herd of

Plate 5: a woman carrying a child on a horse at left, a camel following her, a herd of goats, sheep, and a shepherd in front of her at right

Background imageChartres Collection: Plate 2: Campo Vaccino, a buffalo and two shepherds in center, the Fontanone to right

Plate 2: Campo Vaccino, a buffalo and two shepherds in center, the Fontanone to right in the middle ground, various animals and people in the background

Background imageChartres Collection: Plate 3: a gale in the forest, two horsemen wrapped in their cloaks, with the wind blo

Plate 3: a gale in the forest, two horsemen wrapped in their cloaks, with the wind blowing from the left side, from Roman landscapes and ruins (Paysages et ruines de Rome), ca. 1646

Background imageChartres Collection: Cartouche Containing an Empty Shield Surmounted by a Lion and Framed by a Lion

Cartouche Containing an Empty Shield Surmounted by a Lion and Framed by a Lion and a Child, 1646

Background imageChartres Collection: A skirmish, two horsemen battling with swords to the right, men carrying a flag runnin

A skirmish, two horsemen battling with swords to the right, men carrying a flag running away towards the right, a dead man on the ground and a horseman seen from behind to the left

Background imageChartres Collection: Plate 2: A cannon to the left, a town in the background, from Various Military Capric

Plate 2: A cannon to the left, a town in the background, from Various Military Caprices (Varii capricci militari), ca. 1641

Background imageChartres Collection: Atabalipa, Roi du Perou, ca. 1634-37. Creator: Jerome David

Atabalipa, Roi du Perou, ca. 1634-37. Creator: Jerome David
Atabalipa, Roi du Perou, ca. 1634-37

Background imageChartres Collection: Death of St. Peter and St. Paul (Saint Pierre et Saint Paul dans le tombeau)

Death of St. Peter and St. Paul (Saint Pierre et Saint Paul dans le tombeau), 17th century

Background imageChartres Collection: Chartres, 1850-52. Creator: Em. Pec

Chartres, 1850-52. Creator: Em. Pec
Chartres, 1850-52

Background imageChartres Collection: Wooden Staircase at Chartres, 1852. Creator: Henri Le Secq

Wooden Staircase at Chartres, 1852. Creator: Henri Le Secq
Wooden Staircase at Chartres, 1852

Background imageChartres Collection: [Large Figures on the North Porch, Chartres Cathedral], 1852. Creator: Henri Le Secq

[Large Figures on the North Porch, Chartres Cathedral], 1852. Creator: Henri Le Secq
[Large Figures on the North Porch, Chartres Cathedral], 1852

Background imageChartres Collection: View from the Ramparts at Chartres, 1893. Creator: Henri-Joseph Harpignies

View from the Ramparts at Chartres, 1893. Creator: Henri-Joseph Harpignies
View from the Ramparts at Chartres, 1893

Background imageChartres Collection: [South Portal, Chartres Cathedral], 1854. Creator: Charles Marville

[South Portal, Chartres Cathedral], 1854. Creator: Charles Marville
[South Portal, Chartres Cathedral], 1854

Background imageChartres Collection: [Chartres Cathedral, Central Portal of the South Transept; The Last Judgment], 1855

[Chartres Cathedral, Central Portal of the South Transept; The Last Judgment], 1855, printed 1857

Background imageChartres Collection: Procession of officials and nobles, late 16th-early 17th century. Creator: Unknown

Procession of officials and nobles, late 16th-early 17th century. Creator: Unknown
Procession of officials and nobles, late 16th-early 17th century. Unknown column procession III. Officials and dignitaries take part in a procession in Rome, Italy

Background imageChartres Collection: Chartres Cathedral, northern France, c1830s. Artists: Jean Jacottet, Philippe Benoist

Chartres Cathedral, northern France, c1830s. Artists: Jean Jacottet, Philippe Benoist
Chartres Cathedral, northern France, c1830s. Chartres is generally regarded as the finest example of the High Gothic style in France

Background imageChartres Collection: St James appears to Charlemagne in a dream, stained glass, Chartres Cathedral, France, c1225

St James appears to Charlemagne in a dream, stained glass, Chartres Cathedral, France, c1225. Detail from the Charlemagne Window

Background imageChartres Collection: Plate 5: A Pikeman standing at right next to a canon, other military figures in the ba

Plate 5: A Pikeman standing at right next to a canon, other military figures in the background, from Various Military Caprices (Varii capricci militari), ca. 1641

Background imageChartres Collection: Chartres Cathedral, 1850-52. Creator: Em. Pec

Chartres Cathedral, 1850-52. Creator: Em. Pec
Chartres Cathedral, 1850-52

Background imageChartres Collection: The Virgin and Christ surrounded by Angels, 12th century

The Virgin and Christ surrounded by Angels, 12th century. Stained glass window from Chartres Cathedral, France

Background imageChartres Collection: The Good Samaritan Window, Chartres Cathedral, France, 13th century

The Good Samaritan Window, Chartres Cathedral, France, 13th century. God warning Adam and Eve not to eat the fruit of the Tree of Knowledge

Background imageChartres Collection: Edward III of England vows that he will make peace, 1360 (1864)

Edward III of England vows that he will make peace, 1360 (1864). After rejecting offers for peace during the Hundred Years War a great thunderstorm frightened the King (1312-1377)

Background imageChartres Collection: Chartres, c1820 (1915). Artist: Samuel Prout

Chartres, c1820 (1915). Artist: Samuel Prout
Chartres, c1820 (1915). From Sketches by Samuel Prout, edited by Charles Holme. [The Studio Ltd, London, Paris, New York, 1915]

Background imageChartres Collection: The Jackdaws of Chartres, 1917. Artist: George Marples

The Jackdaws of Chartres, 1917. Artist: George Marples
The Jackdaws of Chartres, 1917. Etching held in the National Gallery of Art, Washington. From The Studio Volume 86. [London Offices of the Studio, London, 1923]

Background imageChartres Collection: Saint Theodore, Cathedral of Chartres, France, 13th century

Saint Theodore, Cathedral of Chartres, France, 13th century. Theodore of Amasea (d306), Roman Christian soldier and martyr

Background imageChartres Collection: Christ teaching, Cathedral of Chartres, France, 13th century

Christ teaching, Cathedral of Chartres, France, 13th century

Background imageChartres Collection: The Flagellation, stained glass, Chartres Cathedral, France, 1194-1260

The Flagellation, stained glass, Chartres Cathedral, France, 1194-1260

Background imageChartres Collection: Solomon, stained glass, Chartres Cathedral, France, 1194-1260

Solomon, stained glass, Chartres Cathedral, France, 1194-1260

Background imageChartres Collection: Adam in Eden, stained glass, Chartres Cathedral, France, 1205-1215

Adam in Eden, stained glass, Chartres Cathedral, France, 1205-1215. Detail from the Good Samaritan and Adam and Eve window in the south aisle

Background imageChartres Collection: The Bakers, stained glass, Chartres Cathedral, France, 1194-1260

The Bakers, stained glass, Chartres Cathedral, France, 1194-1260

Background imageChartres Collection: Charlemagne departs for Spain, stained glass, Chartres Cathedral, France, c1225

Charlemagne departs for Spain, stained glass, Chartres Cathedral, France, c1225. Detail from the Charlemagne Window

Background imageChartres Collection: Constantine presents relics to Charlemagne, stained glass, Chartres Cathedral, France, c1225

Constantine presents relics to Charlemagne, stained glass, Chartres Cathedral, France, c1225. Detail from the Charlemagne Window

Background imageChartres Collection: Stained glass, Chartres Cathedral, France, 1194-1260

Stained glass, Chartres Cathedral, France, 1194-1260. Detail from the Good Samaritan and Adam and Eve Window in the south aisle

Background imageChartres Collection: Two female French collaborators, Chartres, France, 1944

Two female French collaborators, Chartres, France, 1944. The two, a mother and her daughter, both have shaven heads, the usual punishment meted out to women believed to be guilty of collaborating

Background imageChartres Collection: Adam and Eve (The Fall of Man), stained glass, Chartres Cathedral, France, 1194-1260

Adam and Eve (The Fall of Man), stained glass, Chartres Cathedral, France, 1194-1260. Detail from the Good Samaritan and Adam and Eve Window in the south aisle

Background imageChartres Collection: Charlemagne leaves Spain, Stained glass, Chartres Cathedral, France, c1225

Charlemagne leaves Spain, Stained glass, Chartres Cathedral, France, c1225. Detail from the Charlemagne Window

Background imageChartres Collection: Roland pierces the giant Ferragut in the navel, stained glass, Chartres Cathedral, 1194-1260

Roland pierces the giant Ferragut in the navel, stained glass, Chartres Cathedral, 1194-1260
Roland pierces the giant Ferragut in the navel, stained glass, Chartres Cathedral, France, 1194-1260. Detail from the Charlemagne Window

Background imageChartres Collection: Baudoin tells Charlemagne of the death of Roland, stained glass, Chartres Cathedral, 1194-1260

Baudoin tells Charlemagne of the death of Roland, stained glass, Chartres Cathedral, 1194-1260
Baudoin tells Charlemagne of the death of Roland, stained glass, Chartres Cathedral, France, 1194-1260. Detail from the Charlemagne Window

Background imageChartres Collection: Baudoin tends the dying Roland, stained glass, Chartres Cathedral, France, 1194-1260

Baudoin tends the dying Roland, stained glass, Chartres Cathedral, France, 1194-1260. Detail from the Charlemagne Window



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