Category:Altarpiece from the Carthusian monastery of Saint-Honoré, Thuison-les-Abbeville, France
These panels formed an altarpiece in the Carthusian monastery at Thuison, outside of Abbeville in Picardy, northern France. When open, the altarpiece told the story of the Passion and Resurrection. The altarpiece was dismantled in the mid 19th century; all panels except The Entry into Jerusalem, (Hermitage, Saint Petersburg) are in the Art Institute of Chicago.
Media in category "Altarpiece from the Carthusian monastery of Saint-Honoré, Thuison-les-Abbeville, France"
The following 6 files are in this category, out of 6 total.
Anonymous - painting of the Last Supper with a round table.jpg
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French School - Altarpiece from Thuison-les-Abbeville, Saint Hugh of Lincoln - 1933.1060 - Art Institute of Chicago.jpg
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French School - Panels from the High Altar of the Charterhouse of Saint-Honoré, Thuison-les-Abbeville, The Last Supper - 1933.1056 - Art Institute of Chicago.jpg
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Master of the Thuison Altarpiece - The Entry into Jerusalem.jpg
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Thuizon maître-autel Entrée à Jéruzalem.jpg
Last edited on 19 April 2021, at 13:46