I made this short clip in black and white as a visual note. These are alabaster mourning figures which are touring some of the museums of the world. They go around the tomb of a Duke of Burgundy and will be returned to Dijon after being viewed in various places. Normally, these are not at eye level and cannot be seen and appreciated in their "correct placements." They are about 600 years old and very detailed. These were in the Cluny museum in Paris, France and have since moved on.
You can take photos without flash and make video clips in the Musée Cluny.
copyright 2013 Lisa B. Falour, B.S., M.B.A.
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