The von der Heyde Chapel at Legnica in Silesia and the Early Phase of the French Flamboyant Style

  title={The von der Heyde Chapel at Legnica in Silesia and the Early Phase of the French Flamboyant Style},
  author={Jakub Adamski},
  pages={183 - 205}
This paper is devoted to the case—hitherto virtually unknown—of an anonymous French master mason from St.-Denis, active around 1416–30 in the wealthy town of Legnica in Silesia. Invited to Central Europe in the turbulent times of the Hundred Years’ War by the local duke Louis II, in Legnica he executed several works, foremost among them the von der Heyde Chapel at the parish church of Saints Peter and Paul, featuring an impressive stellar vault with a hanging boss. Attributed to the French… Expand


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