Funerary monument of Charles de Fresnoy, 1573-1624, by Michel II Bourdin, 1609-86, French sculptor, consisting of kneeling statue, prie-dieu, helmet, gloves and 2 armorial plaques, in Le MUDO, or the Musee de l'Oise, Beauvais, Picardy, France. This monument is listed as a Tresor National. It was originally in the church at Neuilly-en-Thelle until the French Revolution, then passed through the family. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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Funerary monument of Charles de Fresnoy, 1573-1624, by Michel II Bourdin, 1609-86, French sculptor, consisting of kneeling statue, prie-dieu, helmet, gloves and 2 armorial plaques, in Le MUDO, or the Musee de l'Oise, Beauvais, Picardy, France. This monument is listed as a Tresor National. It was originally in the church at Neuilly-en-Thelle until the French Revolution, then passed through the family. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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