File:French School - Altarpiece from Thuison-les-Abbeville, Saint Hugh of Lincoln - 1933.1060 - Art Institute of Chicago.jpg

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anonymous: Altarpiece from Thuison-les-Abbeville: Saint Hugh of Lincoln  
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TitleFrench: Retable de la Chartreuse Saint-Honoré de Thuison-lès-Abbeville : Saint Hugues 
Altarpiece from Thuison-les-Abbeville: Saint Hugh of Lincoln
Object typepainting 
Genrereligious art 
Depicted peopleHugh of Châteauneuf 
Date1490s 
Mediumoil on panel 
DimensionsHeight: 117 cm (46 in) ; Width: 50.7 cm (19.9 in) 
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Art Institute of Chicago 
 
Native nameArt Institute of Chicago
LocationChicago, United States of America
Coordinates41° 52′ 45.998″ N, 87° 37′ 26″ W
 
Established1879
Web pagewww.artic.edu
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Accession number1933.1060 (Art Institute of Chicago
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Referencescatalogue: Exposition des primitifs flamands à Bruges, 320 
Source/Photographerhttps://www.artic.edu/artworks/16321
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