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Joan of Arc Museum

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Faaiza Bhatti

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Transcript of Joan of Arc Museum

Faaiza Bhatti
Harinee Arunachalam

Giraudon, . Capture de Jeanne . 1880. Painting. n.p.
Web. 25 Jan 2014. <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Capture_de_Jeanne.JPG>.
Thirion , Eugene . Jeanne d' Arc . 1886. Painting. n.p.
Web. 25 Jan 2014. <http://www.historytoday.com/richard-cavendish/joan-arc-born-domrémy>.
Scherre , Jean-Jacques. Entree de Jeanne d'Arc à Orléans.
1887. Painting. n.p. Web. 25 Jan 2014. <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Scherrer_jeanne_enters_orlean.jpg>.
This painting of Jean Jacques Scherrer captures Joan of Arc
Crossing the First Threshold
when she acclaimed by the people of Orleans after her return from many victorious wars against the English.
This work of art embellishes Philippe- Alexandre's painting style by embodying Joan of Arc reaching home after the
Road of Trials
, the wars. This is the
Ultimate Boon;
when she had forfilled the prophecy of King Charles dignified pose during war, determined to forfill her prophecy of the coronation of King Charles VII.
Eugène Lenepveu , Jules . Joan of Arc Burning At Stake . N.d. Painting. n.p. Web. 27 Jan 2014.
<http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Joan_of_arc_burning_at_stake.jpg?uselang=fr>.
This painting by Jules E. Eugene portrays the Joan of Arc being burned at stake, after being accused for heresy (in 1431) by the English. Her ashes were then casted into the Seine River.
Return:
26 years later the English were finally driven from Rouen. She was declared to be officially innocent and was officially designated to be a martyr. In particular she embodied religious devotion with great bravery and humility, her life helped change the course of French history.
This painting by Eugene Thirion depicts the
Call of Adventure
of Joan of Arc being awestruck of hearing voices of Archangel Michael, ordering her to banish the English from France (after their invasion following the Battle of Agincourt in 1415.) She had a
Refusal of the Call
when she kept this secret from everyone and didn't take action until later on.
This mural in Panthéon, Paris reproduces Joan of Ar being captured by the Burgundians at Compiègne, while she was fighting to liberate Compiègne from an English and Burgundian siege.
Le Brun de Charmettes, Philippe-Alexandre. L'Orleanide. 1821.
Painting. n.p. Web. 27 Jan 2014. <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Jeanne_d_Arc_Orleanide.jpg>.
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