Saint Francis with Françoise d'Anglure (one of a set of four)

French, Lorraine

On view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 544

Under the watchful eye of her patron saint, Francis of Assisi, Françoise d’Anglure kneels in prayer as her lapdog rests nearby. Her husband, Gérard de Haraucourt, is shown in a similar pose beside his protector, Saint Gérard, bishop of Toul. The couple’s heir, Hesse de Linange, commissioned the panels and their counterparts on the opposite wall, which depict himself and his wife, Madeleine de Grandpré. They were intended for the chapel of the church of the Franciscan convent of the Soeurs Grises in Ormes-et-Villes, Lorraine.

Saint Francis with Françoise d'Anglure (one of a set of four), Colored, stained, and enameled glass, French, Lorraine

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From top to bottom: Madeleine de Grand Pré kneels in prayer (41.190.449), Gerard de Heracourt kneels in prayer as his patron saint (Saint Gerard) looks on (41.190.447), Francoise d'Angluer prays as Saint Francis looks on (41.190.448), The Count of Lynange kneels in prayer (41.190.450)