Kings, Queens, and Courtiers

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Chris Miller reviews Kings, Queens, and Courtiers: Art in Early Renaissance France at the Art Institute of Chicago. Focusing on French art patronage around the year 1500, the exhibition brings together an impressive array of paintings, tapestries, and illuminated manuscripts. Miller writes "Objects were borrowed from almost fifty institutions and private lenders… A better survey of this time and place is likely not possible."

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