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The Conversion of Saint Paul


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Title
Français : Saint Paul sur la route de Damas, miniature extraite des Heures d’Étienne Chevalier
Description
Français : Représentation de la Bastille et de Paris au loin, à l'arrière plan.
Date circa 1452-1460
Medium illumination on parchment
Dimensions 16.5 × 12 cm (6.5 × 4.7 in)
Accession number Ms.71
Source/Photographer exposition.bnf.fr

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current14:44, July 2, 2005Thumbnail for version as of 14:44, July 2, 2005438 × 600 (61 KB)YannSaint Paul Heures d'Étienne Chevalier, enluminées par Jean Fouquet Musée Condé, Chantilly, R.-G. Ojeda, RMN / musée Condé, Chantilly En approchant Damas, Saül est tout à coup entouré d'une lumière aveuglante qui lui confère un nimbe lorsque

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