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(iii) The eight identified saints include several that had a particularly widespread devotion in France for example, St Bernard of Clairvaux (1090 1153), the founder of the Cistercian Order, and St Geneviève, patroness of Paris, who died there and whose body, reputedly interred in 512, became the focal point of a popular shrine in the early Middle Ages, when St Elois, goldsmith and Bishop of Paris, sac bb lancel is said to have made in 706 the famous Châsse de Sainte Geneviève. The Châsse, known to have been restored in the thirteenth century, was repaired (with detailed records) under Louis XIII by Pierre Nicole, a Paris goldsmith who carried out the work in 1614 16. It remained in the church of the old Abbey of St Geneviève, near to La Sorbonne, until it was destroyed in the French Revolution in 1793 (see Germain Bapst, La Châsse de Sainte Geneviève, ‘Revue Archéologique’, 3rd Series, VIII, Paris, 1886, pp.
MCGEOCH, Lillian JeanBorn Sundridge, Ontario, 1903Died ?, 1992Biography synopsis Lillian McGeoch was born at Sundridge, Ontario in 1903. Reid and at summer school at Port Hope. She also studied and worked in various groups in Toronto, Nova Scotia and Rockport, Maine, United States.
The equestrian group is mounted on a high oval embossed base containing the driving mechanism which propels the galloping group towards the ring suspended between the two tall silver gilt columns so that the lance held by the King scores a bull’s eye. The figure of the King is attired in contemporary dress and is wearing a tall hat with a brim. This beautifully modelled piece was recorded in the 1690 Inventory of the Danish Royal Kunstkammer and is a smaller version of the monumental, but non mechanised, silver gilt equestrian group of King Christian IV tilting at the ring which was made by Heinrich Beust of Brunswick in 1598, when it was engraved with the names and coats of arms of those taking part in the tilting of 1596 during the King’s coronation festivities (Rosenborg Castle; see Mogens Bencard, The Silver Cabinet in ‘Christian IV and Europe’, The 19th Art Exhibition of the Council of Europe, Copenhagen, 1988, no.