Kay Nielsen, "How Joan the Maid, clad in page's dress, had an audience of the Dauphin Charles," illustration from the Joan of Arc series, 1914. Transparent watercolor, pen and ink, metallic paint, over graphite. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Promised gift of Kendra and Allan Daniel. Courtesy, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. L-SE 1256.1.46
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