Saint Louis of Toulouse - XVIth Century

16th century and older
The Middle Ages style
From: 69270, fontaines sur Saone, France

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    In 1296, he was named Bishop of Toulouse by Boniface VIII.
    By accepting this charge, Louis of Anjou then becomes Louis of Toulouse. He will ask a favor from the Pope, that of being able to keep the Franciscan habit tied at the waist with a cord which our subject is wearing here.

    Our Saint Louis de Toulouse is made of resinous wood carved in the round, polychrome and gilded.
    Beardless, standing and mitred, he holds his crozier (brought back) with his left hand.

    Molded terrace with sides.
    From the Languedoc region.
    A precise work of the XVIth.

    Good overall condition but accidents and losses including the left hand

    This beautiful piece was appraised by Mrs. Laurence Fligny

    Ref: SU6JSM0LGV

    Condition Very good
    Style The Middle Ages style (Religious objects of The Middle Ages style Style)
    Period 16th century and older (Religious objects 16th century and older)
    Country of origin France
    Length (cm) 25
    Width (cm) 21
    Height (cm) 66
    Materials Wood
    Shipping Time Ready to ship in 8-15 Business Days
    Location 69270, fontaines sur Saone, France
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