Doorway from Notre-Dame at Reugny


On view at The Met Cloisters in Gallery 01

This doorway once stood on the west facade of the small Augustinian priory of Notre-Dame at Reugny. Symbols of the Four Evangelists appear on the tips of the cusps of the arch. Only the legs and feet of a statue survive from the jamb at the right. The multiple lobes of the arch are found most often in the Bourbonnais region.

Doorway from Notre-Dame at Reugny, Limestone, French

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