The Tric-Trac Window of Le Mans

Lillich, Meredith Parsons
March 1983
Art Bulletin;Mar1983, Vol. 65 Issue 1, p23
Academic Journal
Evaluates the design of the tric-trac windows of the cathedral of Le Mans, France. Description; Comparison with 13th century art; Reason for calling the section of windows 'The Pun.'


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