Tombeau de Marguerite d'Autriche, détail des angelots (acrylic panels)

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About the Artwork

Tombeau de Marguerite d'Autriche, détail des angelots

1513-1532 - 1ère moitié du 16e siècle sculpture - marbre Œuvre de : Jorion, Thomas (1976-....) Jorion, Thomas (1976-....) - Tombeau de Marguerite d'Autriche, détail des angelots - © Thomas Jorion - Centre des monuments nationaux

About the monument

Monastère royal de Brou

Commissioned by Margaret of Austria. After the death of her husband Philibert II the Handsome, (1480-1504), Duke of Savoy, Margaret of Austria decided to build the royal monastery of Brou outside Bourg-en-Bresse to house three sumptuous tombs (one each for her husband and mother, and one for herself). The royal monastery of Brou is formed of monastic buildings arranged around a church and three cloisters. This church is a flamboyant Gothic masterpiece, unique in France.

The favourite monument of the French. In 2014, on the occasion of the Heritage Days, the French public voted the royal monastery of Brou their favourite monument.

Acrylic Panels

The reproduction is printed on FineArt Satin Paper and then encapsulated between a 3mm Dibond backing and a 2mm acrylic layer. This product offers a greater sense of depth and volume due to 'encapsulation'. FineArt Giclée digital printing is commonly used for the reproduction of works of art. It offers a very high durability thanks to the use of materials and inks based on natural pigments highly resistant to light and museum conservation.

  • Eco-responsible and recyclable

  • Product ready to hang, supplied with a wall hanging system Enhancement of colors, contrast and details of the work

  • Optimal print quality and glossy finishes

  • Easy to clean

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