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Mosan School


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A school of manuscript illumination, metalwork, and enamel work which flourished between the late 11th and early 13th centuries in the valley of the Meuse (Maas), more particularly on the stretch of the river which is located in modern Belgium around Liège and the Benedictine monastery of Stavelot. Mosan art was noted for its sumptuous qualities and Mosan metalworkers were famous throughout Europe.

Subjects: Art.


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