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Tomb Relief of Pierre de Bauffremont
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Tomb Relief of Pierre de Bauffremont

Description Conservation Provenance Credit
Description This panel was carved as one of the short sides of the tomb of Pierre de Bauffremont (d. 1472), official at the court of the Duke of Burgundy, Philip the Good. Four monks with heads covered in mourning stand beneath arches representing those of their cloister, through which the solemn funeral procession would pass. De Baufferemont was not buried in Dijon, as he had wished, and his tomb, commissioned in 1453, was never finished. The four slabs that were to form its sides were placed in a chapel. Three of them are now in the museum of Dijon, France.
Date Description Narrative
Provenance Cathedral of Notre Dame, Dijon; Daix, near Dijon [in the wall of a garden]; Mr. Champy, Chateau Saint-Apollinaire [near Dijon], prior to 1910, by purchase; Mr. Décailly, Chateau Saint-Apollinaire, 1932, by inheritance; Joseph Brummer, Paris and New York, 1933, by purchase; Brummer Sale, Parke-Bernet, New York, June 8, 1949, Pt. III, no. 640; Walters Art Museum, June 9, 1949, by purchase.
Credit Museum purchase, 1949

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1453-1472 (late Medieval)
carboniforous limestone (known as Tournai "marble")
Accession Number
H: 34 9/16 x W: 60 5/8 x D: 6 1/2 in. (87.8 x 154 x 16.5 cm)
Location Within Museum
Centre Street: Third Floor: Lobby


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