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Artist Unknown
English: Saint Hugh of Lincoln
Español: San Hugo de Lincoln
Français : Saint Hugues de Lincoln ou d'Avalon
English: Altarpiece from the Carthusian monastery of Saint-Honouré, Thuison-les-Abbeville, France, depicting Saint Hugh of Lincoln with his swan
Français : Retable provenant de la chartreuse de Saint-Honouré, à Thuison-les-Abbeville, France, représentant saint Hugues d'Avalon (ou de Lincoln) accompagné de son cygne
Date between circa 1490 and circa 1500
Medium oil on panel
Dimensions 117 × 50.7 cm (46.1 × 20 in), original painted surface 115.5 × 49.6 cm (45.5 × 19.5 in)
Accession number 1933.1060
Credit line Mr. and Mrs. Martin A. Ryerson Collection, 1933.1060
References Art Institute of Chicago
Source/Photographer Art Institute of Chicago


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