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La Pucelle Dorleans Collection

Background imageLa Pucelle Dorleans Collection: The Maid, 1900-1918. Artist: Frank Craig

The Maid, 1900-1918. Artist: Frank Craig
The Maid, 1900-1918. Joan of Arc (1412-1431), the Maid of Orleans, at the head of French cavalry

Background imageLa Pucelle Dorleans Collection: The Hermitage of Vancouleurs, 1819. Artist: Fleury-Francois Richard

The Hermitage of Vancouleurs, 1819. Artist: Fleury-Francois Richard
The Hermitage of Vancouleurs, 1819. Joan of Arc (c1412-1431), Maid of Orleans, French patriot and martyr, consulting the hermit about the mission that she must accomplish

Background imageLa Pucelle Dorleans Collection: La Pucelle ou la France délivrée'. Plate 12, 1656. Creator: Abraham Bosse

La Pucelle ou la France délivrée'. Plate 12, 1656. Creator: Abraham Bosse
'La Pucelle ou la France delivree'. Plate 12: Charles VII watching the French troops entering Paris, 1656

Background imageLa Pucelle Dorleans Collection: Joan of Arc - Equestrian statues in Washington, D.C. between 1922 and 1942. Creator: Arnold Genthe

Joan of Arc - Equestrian statues in Washington, D.C. between 1922 and 1942. Creator: Arnold Genthe
Equestrian statues in Washington, D.C. between 1922 and 1942. Cast made in 1922 of Paul Dubois's 1889 sculpture of Joan of Arc

Background imageLa Pucelle Dorleans Collection: Joan of Arc - Equestrian statues in Washington, D.C. between 1922 and 1942. Creator: Arnold Genthe

Joan of Arc - Equestrian statues in Washington, D.C. between 1922 and 1942. Creator: Arnold Genthe
Equestrian statues in Washington, D.C. between 1922 and 1942. Cast made in 1922 of Paul Dubois's 1889 sculpture of Joan of Arc

Background imageLa Pucelle Dorleans Collection: Sybil Thorndike as Saint Joan, 1924. Artist: William Kerridge Haselden

Sybil Thorndike as Saint Joan, 1924. Artist: William Kerridge Haselden
Sybil Thorndike as Saint Joan, 1924. English actress Thorndike (1882-1976) took the heroine's role in the first London production of George Bernard Shaw's play Saint Joan which was first

Background imageLa Pucelle Dorleans Collection: Plate 7 for History of the Middle Ages, 1793. Creators: Daniel Nikolaus Chodowiecki

Plate 7 for History of the Middle Ages, 1793. Creators: Daniel Nikolaus Chodowiecki, Eberhard Siegfried Henne
Plate 7 for History of the Middle Ages, 1793

Background imageLa Pucelle Dorleans Collection: Une nouvelle statue de Jeanne d'Arc. Oeuvre d'Antonin Carles, 1916. Creator: Unknown

Une nouvelle statue de Jeanne d'Arc. Oeuvre d'Antonin Carles, 1916. Creator: Unknown
Une nouvelle statue de Jeanne d'Arc. Oeuvre d'Antonin Carles, 1916. From "Collection de la Guerre IV. L'Illustration Tome CXLVII

Background imageLa Pucelle Dorleans Collection: Les contingents de l'Inde en France; A Orleans, des Lanciers du Bengale, 1914. Creator: J Simont

Les contingents de l'Inde en France; A Orleans, des Lanciers du Bengale, 1914. Creator: J Simont
Les contingents de l'Inde en France; A Orleans, des Lanciers du Bengale defilent devant la statue de Jeanne D'Arc, 1914. From "L'Album de la Guerre 1914-1919: Volume I"

Background imageLa Pucelle Dorleans Collection: Jeanne d'Arc: La Pucelle d'Orléans, 1769. Creator: Antoine de Marcenay Ghuy

Jeanne d'Arc: La Pucelle d'Orléans, 1769. Creator: Antoine de Marcenay Ghuy
Jeanne d'Arc: La Pucelle d'Orleans, 1769

Background imageLa Pucelle Dorleans Collection: Joan of Arc Standing at the Altar at Reims Cathedral, c. 1844

Joan of Arc Standing at the Altar at Reims Cathedral, c. 1844. Creator: Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres
Joan of Arc Standing at the Altar at Reims Cathedral, c. 1844

Background imageLa Pucelle Dorleans Collection: Harper's April, Joan of Arc, c1895. Creator: Edward Penfield

Harper's April, Joan of Arc, c1895. Creator: Edward Penfield
Harper's April, Joan of Arc, c1895. [Publisher: Harper Publications; Place: New York]

Background imageLa Pucelle Dorleans Collection: 'Joan of Arc' - painted by John Absolon, 1850. Creator: Walter George Mason

"Joan of Arc" - painted by John Absolon, 1850. Creator: Walter George Mason
Exhibition of the New Society of Painters in Water-Colours - "Joan of Arc" - painted by John Absolon, 1850. London art exhibition: Joan of Arc in a prison cell

Background imageLa Pucelle Dorleans Collection: Joan of Arc, 1898. Creator: Jan Toorop

Joan of Arc, 1898. Creator: Jan Toorop
Joan of Arc, 1898

Background imageLa Pucelle Dorleans Collection: Study for Vignette in Voltaires 'La Pucelle d Orleans'

Study for Vignette in Voltaires "La Pucelle d Orleans"
Study for Vignette in Voltaires " La Pucelle d Orleans", with Sketches of Heads and Nude Figures, c. 1762

Background imageLa Pucelle Dorleans Collection: Jeanne d'Arc (Joan of Arc), (Furnishing Fabric), France, 1839/40. Creator: Unknown

Jeanne d'Arc (Joan of Arc), (Furnishing Fabric), France, 1839/40. Creator: Unknown
Jeanne d'Arc (Joan of Arc), (Furnishing Fabric), France, 1839/40. After a sculpture by Marie Christine d'Orleans

Background imageLa Pucelle Dorleans Collection: La Vie de Jeanne d Arc (The Life of Joan of Arc) (Furnishing Fabric), France, c. 1815

La Vie de Jeanne d Arc (The Life of Joan of Arc) (Furnishing Fabric), France, c. 1815. Joan, wearing armour, conquers Britannia; Joan is burned at the stake

Background imageLa Pucelle Dorleans Collection: Joan of Arc, 1875 / 1900. Creator: Henri Chapu

Joan of Arc, 1875 / 1900. Creator: Henri Chapu
Joan of Arc, 1875/1900

Background imageLa Pucelle Dorleans Collection: Paperweight, Baccarat, Mid 19th century. Creator: Baccarat Glasshouse

Paperweight, Baccarat, Mid 19th century. Creator: Baccarat Glasshouse
Paperweight, Baccarat, Mid 19th century

Background imageLa Pucelle Dorleans Collection: Jeanne d Arc, 1875 / 1900. Creator: Antonin Mercié

Jeanne d Arc, 1875 / 1900. Creator: Antonin Mercié
Jeanne d Arc, 1875/1900

Background imageLa Pucelle Dorleans Collection: The Crowning at Rheims of the Dauphin (Joan of Arc series: V), 1907

The Crowning at Rheims of the Dauphin (Joan of Arc series: V), 1907

Background imageLa Pucelle Dorleans Collection: Her Appeal to the Dauphin (Joan of Arc series: II), 1906

Her Appeal to the Dauphin (Joan of Arc series: II), 1906

Background imageLa Pucelle Dorleans Collection: The Maid in Armor on Horseback (Joan of Arc series: III), c. 1908-late 1909

The Maid in Armor on Horseback (Joan of Arc series: III), c. 1908-late 1909

Background imageLa Pucelle Dorleans Collection: The Vision and Inspiration (Joan of Arc series: I), c. 1907-early 1909

The Vision and Inspiration (Joan of Arc series: I), c. 1907-early 1909

Background imageLa Pucelle Dorleans Collection: The Turmoil of Conflict (Joan of Arc series: IV), c. late 1909-early 1913

The Turmoil of Conflict (Joan of Arc series: IV), c. late 1909-early 1913

Background imageLa Pucelle Dorleans Collection: The Trial of Joan of Arc (Joan of Arc series: VI), c. late 1909-early 1910

The Trial of Joan of Arc (Joan of Arc series: VI), c. late 1909-early 1910

Background imageLa Pucelle Dorleans Collection: Aspiration, 1866. Creator: George Frederick Watts

Aspiration, 1866. Creator: George Frederick Watts
Aspiration, 1866

Background imageLa Pucelle Dorleans Collection: La Pucelle d Orleans, 1647. Creators: Gilles Rousselet, Abraham Bosse

La Pucelle d Orleans, 1647. Creators: Gilles Rousselet, Abraham Bosse
La Pucelle d Orleans, 1647. Joan of Arc. After Claude Vignon

Background imageLa Pucelle Dorleans Collection: Joan of Arc Imprisoned in Rouen, 1819. Creator: Pierre Henri Revoil

Joan of Arc Imprisoned in Rouen, 1819. Creator: Pierre Henri Revoil
Joan of Arc Imprisoned in Rouen, 1819

Background imageLa Pucelle Dorleans Collection: Joan of Arc, 1879. Creator: Jules Bastien-Lepage

Joan of Arc, 1879. Creator: Jules Bastien-Lepage
Joan of Arc, 1879

Background imageLa Pucelle Dorleans Collection: Report by the Minister of the Interior on the festival of Joan of Arc, 15 March 1803, (1921)

Report by the Minister of the Interior on the festival of Joan of Arc, 15 March 1803, (1921). Rapport du ministre de l interieur sur les fetes de Jeanne d Arc

Background imageLa Pucelle Dorleans Collection: Joan of Arc, (c1412-1431), 1830. Creator: Unknown

Joan of Arc, (c1412-1431), 1830. Creator: Unknown
Joan of Arc, (c1412-1431), 1830. Joan of Arc (c1412-1431) heroine of France for her role during the Hundred Years War was burned at the stake on 30 May 1431, nineteen years old

Background imageLa Pucelle Dorleans Collection: Execution of Joan of Arc, (30 May 1431), 1890. Creator: Unknown

Execution of Joan of Arc, (30 May 1431), 1890. Creator: Unknown
Execution of Joan of Arc, (30 May 1431), 1890. Joan of Arc (1412-1431) was canonized as a Roman Catholic saint for the part she played in the Hundred Years War

Background imageLa Pucelle Dorleans Collection: Place De La Pucelle, Rouen, 1890. Creator: Unknown

Place De La Pucelle, Rouen, 1890. Creator: Unknown
Place De La Pucelle, Rouen, 1890. Statue of Joan of Arc (1412-1431) in Place De La Pucelle, Rouen. From " Cassells Illustrated Universal History, Vol

Background imageLa Pucelle Dorleans Collection: Five hundred years ago, 1929. Creator: Unknown

Five hundred years ago, 1929. Creator: Unknown
Five hundred years ago, 1929. Il Y A Cinq Cents Ans. The amazing story of Joan of Arc began in Vaucouleurs. The teenage Joan of Arc (1412-1431) travelled to Vaucouleurs in northern France in 1428

Background imageLa Pucelle Dorleans Collection: Joan D Arc, the Maid of Orleans, 1821. Creator: R Page

Joan D Arc, the Maid of Orleans, 1821. Creator: R Page
Joan D Arc, the Maid of Orleans, 1821. Portrait of St Joan (c1412-1431), French patriot and martyr. Claiming divine inspiration

Background imageLa Pucelle Dorleans Collection: The Maid of Orleans receiving the Sword of St. Catherine, 1773. Creator: Charles Grignion

The Maid of Orleans receiving the Sword of St. Catherine, 1773. Creator: Charles Grignion
The Maid of Orleans receiving the Sword of St. Catherine, 1773. Joan of Arc (1412-1431) receiving the sword of St Catharine

Background imageLa Pucelle Dorleans Collection: Joan of Arc Comes to the Court of the French King, c1930. Creator: Unknown

Joan of Arc Comes to the Court of the French King, c1930. Creator: Unknown
Joan of Arc Comes to the Court of the French King, c1930. King Charles VII of France receiving Joan of Arc (centre, wearing armour), at the Castle of Chinon in 1429

Background imageLa Pucelle Dorleans Collection: Joan of Arc, c1900, (1918). Artist: Jeanne Labrousse

Joan of Arc, c1900, (1918). Artist: Jeanne Labrousse
Joan of Arc, c1900, (1918). From The Studio Volume 74. [London Offices of the Studio, London, 1918]

Background imageLa Pucelle Dorleans Collection: Joan of Arc, c1880

Joan of Arc, c1880. Nineteenth century representation of the 15th century French patriot and martyr St Joan (1412-1431), before the Dauphin, later Charles VII, at Chinon in 1429

Background imageLa Pucelle Dorleans Collection: Joan of Arc, (c1412-1431) 15th century French patriot and martyr, 1937

Joan of Arc, (c1412-1431) 15th century French patriot and martyr, 1937. Artist: Alexander K MacDonald
Joan of Arc, (c1412-1431) 15th century French patriot and martyr. Claiming divine inspiration, Joan of Arc (c1412-1431) persuaded Charles VII to declare himself King of France

Background imageLa Pucelle Dorleans Collection: British suffragette Elsie Howey as Joan of Arc, London, 17 April 1909

British suffragette Elsie Howey as Joan of Arc, London, 17 April 1909. Elsie Howey (1884-1963) dressed as Joan of Arc on the day of Joans beatification

Background imageLa Pucelle Dorleans Collection: Capture of Joan of Arc, Compiegne, France, 1430 (1864)

Capture of Joan of Arc, Compiegne, France, 1430 (1864). Joan (1412-1431), the Maid of Orleans, captured by the Burgundians while defending Compiegne during the Hundred Years War

Background imageLa Pucelle Dorleans Collection: Joan at the Head of the Army, c1907

Joan at the Head of the Army, c1907. From My Book of True Stories. [Blackie and Son Limited, London]

Background imageLa Pucelle Dorleans Collection: Joan of Arc commonly called the Maid of Orleans (receiving the Sword of St. Catherine), c1787

Joan of Arc commonly called the Maid of Orleans (receiving the Sword of St. Catherine), c1787
Joan of Arc commonly called the Maid of Orleans (receiving the Sword of St. Catherine) previous to raising the Siege of that City and defeating the English Forces, c1787

Background imageLa Pucelle Dorleans Collection: Joan of Arc, 1902. Artist: Patten Wilson

Joan of Arc, 1902. Artist: Patten Wilson
Joan of Arc, 1902. Joan of Arc, 15th century French patriot and martyr. Claiming divine inspiration, Joan of Arc (c1412-1431)

Background imageLa Pucelle Dorleans Collection: Capture of the Maid, 1430 (18640. Artist: James William Edmund Doyle

Capture of the Maid, 1430 (18640. Artist: James William Edmund Doyle
Capture of the Maid, 1864. Capture of Joan of Arc, (1412-1431), the Maid of Orleans, by the Burgundians while defending Compiegne, France, 1430

Background imageLa Pucelle Dorleans Collection: Joan trying it on, . Artist: John Leech

Joan trying it on, . Artist: John Leech
Joan trying it on, c1860, (c1860). Joan of Arc (c1412-1431), also known as The Maid of OrlUans. From The Comic History of England, Volume I, by Gilbert A A Beckett [Bradbury, Agnew, & Co. London, ]



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