Reference : L'emblématique de Louise de Savoie
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L'emblématique de Louise de Savoie
Fagnart, Laure mailto [Université de Liège - ULiège > > Histoire de l'art et archéologie des temps modernes >]
11th International Conference Society for Emblem Studies / 11e Congrès international d'Etudes de l'Emblème
3-7 juillet 2017
Society for Emblem Studies
[en] Louise of Savoy ; device ; cord
[en] Countess then duchess of Angoulême, Louise of Savoy (1476-1531) is the mother of two illustrious children, Marguerite, future Queen of Navarre, and Francis, future King Francis I. At the time her « Cesar » become king, Louise dominates the Council and governs the kingdom as Regent, first in 1515-1516, then in 1523-1526. Our contribution will extend the analyses made by Anne-Marie Lecoq and Pierre-Gilles Girault, focussing on Louise of Savoy’s emblematic discourse. We will analyse her attire which clarifies the role she intended to play at the Court. We will also consider the Cord, one of the favourite devices of Louise of Savoy.
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