Rare-Antique Drawing-POPE JEAN XXII-AVIGNON-MISSION-TRAVELERS-Anonymous-19th.c.

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‘LE PAPE JEAN XXII ? (REAR MANUSCRIPT TEXT)’

– Well exucuted drawing showing Pope Jean / John XXII (1244-1334), who was seated in Avignon France. He opposed views on ‘the poverty’ of Christ (beatific vision) and led a princely life in Avignon. He also propagated the mission activities and expansion of faith through the travelers of faith. He played an important role in the suppression of withchcraft. In this drawing he gives audience to probably Franciscan travellers.

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Well exucuted drawing showing Pope Jean / John XXII (1244-1334), who was seated in Avignon France. He opposed views on ‘the poverty’ of Christ (beatific vision) and led a princely life in Avignon. He also propagated the mission activities and expansion of faith through the travelers of faith. He played an important role in the suppression of withchcraft. In this drawing he gives audience to probably Franciscan travellers.

Made by Anonymous after own design.

Medium: Watercolour and gouache drawing on thick cardboard paper.

Sheet size: 22.5 x 32 cm (8.86 x 12.6 inch). Image size: 18.2 x 27 cm. (7.17 x 10.63 inch).

Condition: good, given age. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully.

POPE JEAN XXII-AVIGNON-MISSION-TRAVELERS | PCO-E9-02

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Dimensions 32 × 22 × 1 cm

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