1. This religious painting shows characteristics of the International Gothic style.
Nardo di Cione, Standing Madonna with Child, 1350-60, tempera on wood, Minneapolis Institute of Arts, bequest of Miss Tessie Jones in memory of Herschel V. Jones
2. Though we can't be certain which artist sculpted each statue, Jean de la Huerta's figures tend to be stout, with dramatically modeled faces and a suggestion of movement in the draping cloth.
Jean de la Huerta, Antoine Le Moiturier, Mourner number 55, 1443-70, alabaster. © Musée des Beaux-Arts de Dijon. Photo François Jay
3. Relaxed stance, static drapery, delicate facial features, and solemn expressions usually characterize Antoine Le Moiturier's mourners.
Jean de la Huerta, Antoine Le Moiturier, Mourner number 48, 1443-70, alabaster. © Musée des Beaux-Arts de Dijon. Photo François Jay