From "Curious" to Canonical: Jehan Roy de France and the Origins of the French School

Perkinson, Stephen
September 2005
Art Bulletin;Sep2005, Vol. 87 Issue 3, p507
Academic Journal
Presents information on the concept of the painting "Jehan Roy de France," which depicts French King John II. Background on the French king; Physiognomic implications of the painting; Status of the painting in the romantic-era of art history.


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