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   Faience centrepiece for table

 Merovingian brooch

 Head of young girl

 St. Jerome

 Romain Rolland in old age

 Arrival of wood floated down the Yonne at Clamecy

 Plate from Revolutionary period, "A CA IRA"

 Angel in faience, 1634

 Sun god

 Christ on the Cross

 Medea the magician

 My garden in flower

 Portrait of the Marquis de Chenerilles

 Throwing wood into the Yonne

 Young girls placing garlands at the foot of a statue



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Clamecy, Musée d'Art et d'Histoire Romain Rolland
St. Jerome
  Based on Joos Van Cleve (circa 1485 - 1540 or 1541)
H: 95 x L: 80 cm.

This oil on wood came from the Chateau of Brèves, built at the beginning of the 17th century by François de Savary and destroyed during the Revolution. Mr. Morlé gave it to the church of Dornecy, near Brèves. It was classified as an Historic Monument in 1908. The town of Dornecy gave it to the Clamecy museum in 1999.
Romain Rolland Museum of Art and History, Clamecy