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Abstract

The paper presents results of research on a particular group of wooden sculptures originating from a medieval borderland area between Poland and Hungary. A juxtaposition of the group of sculptures in question with particular examples of French sculpture, as well as an analysis of the historical relations between the French and Hungarian milieus of patrons, resulted in a hypothesis about the French origin of the maker of the Central-European figures. Thus, a group of sculptures which plays an important role in the history of art of the Kingdoms of Poland and Hungary has been for the first time associated with a particular Parisian workshop active in the first third of the fourteenth century.

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