RMG2NJ9P–Fresco of Poor Clares in Choir. Nuns were not expected to be as educated as the monks. They would have their missals for reference whilst the monks would memorise the liturgy. Dated 10th Century
RM2B1KW82–A priest listens to Colette's preaching. Colette of Corbie, P.C.C., 1381 – 1447. French abbess and the foundress of the Colettine Poor Clares.
RMF578N2–Nun of the Order of Poor Clares. Catholic Church. Medieval. Engraving. 19th century.
RM2DCF795–Jacques Callot, (artist), French, 1592 - 1635, The Queen Laying the First Stone for the Church of the Poor Clares in Spain, The Funeral Book of the Queen of Spain, (series), 1612, etching
RMDE78YT–A Group of Four Poor Clares, ca 1340. Artist: Lorenzetti, Ambrogio (ca 1290-ca 1348)
RMG3BK3K–CLARA (Clare) of ASSISI Italian friend and follower of Francesco d'Assisi, she founded the order of 'Poor Clares' : she performed several useful miracles. Date: 1194? - 1253?
RF2EWTHRP–Clerical religious costumes in 1880, from left: Augustinian, Fathers of Death, Beguine, Ursuline, Benedictine, Poor Clares, Annunciata, La Trappe in house costume and at work / Geistliche Ordenstrachten im Jahre 1880, von links: Augustiner, Väter des Todes, Beguine, Ursulinerin, Benediktinerin, Klarissin, Annunziatin, La Trappe in Haustracht und bei der Arbeit, Historisch, historical, digital improved reproduction of an original from the 19th century / digitale Reproduktion einer Originalvorlage aus dem 19. Jahrhundert,
RMF579HX–Nun of the Order of Poor Clares. Catholic Church. Medieval. Engraving. 19th century.
RFA6NRJT–Church of Poor Clares Castle Bratislava Slovakia Europe
RMCP4XC8–Campania - Naples. Cloister of Santa Chiara or the Poor Clares, decorated with majolica piatrelle designed by A. Vaccaro, 1742.
RMCRBEJ0–Convent of Poor Clares, cityscape, Dubrovnik, Dalmatia, Croatia, Europe
RMKHPP3E–Mother Helen Mary Felix Petre, 1699-1779 - 8th Abbess of Poor Clares, convent, Gravelines (Grevelingen) France. During the French Revolution they were expelled and became refugees eventually escaping to England
RF2N85TFH–Altar of Poor Clares at Cologne Cathedral Interior - Cologne, Germany
RMJ8GX2T–Steeple and bell tower of the church of the Convent of Poor Clares in Crossbush, Arundel, West Sussex, England, UK.
RMHH4G4K–Tower at Poor Clares Convent, Holy Trinity and Saint Clara of Assisi Church behind, Stary Sacz, Malopolska, Poland
RMK3KADH–Germany, North Rhine-Westphalia, Cologne (Köln), the cathedral of Köln listed as World Heritage by UNESCO, Altar of the Poor Clares (Klaren-Altar), 1350-60
RMDE7CKM–Church of Poor Clares convent (16th century), Valencia de Alcantara. Caceres province, Extremadura, Spain
RMWW8FDB–Germany, Baden-WÃ¼rttemberg, Pfullingen, talking grid in the monastery garden of the former convent of Poor Clares St. CÃ¤cilien, founded 1250,
RF2AT3KEB–Bydgoszcz, Kujavian-Pomeranian / Poland - 2019/04/01: Exterior of the Poor Clares order church dedicated to the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary in the historic old town quarter
RMG2NJ9R–Fresco of Poor Clares at a table with a nun reading to them. The nun reading (as prescribed by their Rule) is Beata Umilta and is therefore depicted with a halo. Dated 10th Century
RM2PK362Y–Poor Clares Priory in Woodchester, Stroud, Gloucestershire
RF2KH13XH–Boves, Italy - November 22, 2022: fountain of the Poor Clares from 1780, called funtana di Munie, in front of the Poor Clare monastery of Santa Clara
RM2PK371W–Young bride at the door of Poor Clares Priory, Stroud, Gloucestershire
RMGR8RHG–Bratislava Poor Clares Church
RM2PNJWFJ–A Group of Four Poor Clares, Ambrogio Lorenzetti, circa 1320,
RMHEY6X9–Church of the Poor Clares - Church of the Assumption in Bydgoszcz, Poland
RFPD49TW–Poor Clares Church towering above Kapitulska street, Bratislava. Unspoilt by time and tourist trade, Kapitulska gives you the real thing.
RMRCF9G0–A Group of Four Poor Clares. Museum: National Gallery, London. Author: LORENZETTI, AMBROGIO.
RM2HT35RB–Entrance to the Monastery of the Walled Poor Clares, Monastero delle Clarisse Murate, Città di Castello, Upper Tiber Valley, Umbria, Italy
RMKYM66J–Poor Clare's Carlow Convent Congregation Carefully Congregated! 38285942714 o
RMKHP3GG–Anne Ludovick Browne, (1602-1665) founder and Abbess of Poor Clare's Convent, Dunkirk (Dunkerque) France whose order was suppressed and they became refugee nuns during the French Revolution and eventually settled in England
RM2AYWGHX–Spain, Galicia, Ourense province, Allariz. Monastery of Santa Clara. Poor Clares. Baroque style. View of the facade. 18th century.. The Way of St. James.
RFW243BC–Bydgoszcz, Kujavian-Pomeranian / Poland - 2019/04/01: Exterior of the Poor Clares order church dedicated to the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary
RMTR82XR–Poor Clare Monastery of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Roswell, New Mexico, USA.
RMW1TXKF–Inside The Convent Of Poor Clares, Krakow, Poland, Europe.
RMP5D6DB–English: Reliquary Shrine (from the convent of the Poor Clares at Buda) Deutsch: Reliquienschrein (aus dem Klarissenkloster in Buda) : ( ) between 1325 and 1350. N/A 16 1325-50 Touyl Reliquienschrein anagoria
RMWW8FEN–Germany, Baden-WÃ¼rttemberg, Pfullingen, monastery church of the former convent of Poor Clares St. CÃ¤cilien, founded 1250, early Gothic single nave quarry stone building, tracery windows
RF2AT3KE4–Bydgoszcz, Kujavian-Pomeranian / Poland - 2019/04/01: Exterior of the Poor Clares order church dedicated to the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary in the historic old town quarter
RF2KD6YH9–Church of Santa Clara and Clarisses Convent (Convento das Clarissas) - Porto, Portugal
RMMPTXA9–The profession of Saint Clare.
RMRYCDR7–Portrait of Isabella Clara Eugenia, Infanta of Spain, print maker: Wallerant Vaillant, Anthony van Dyck possibly, Peter Paul Rubens possibly, 1658 - 1677
RM2AXD0A0–Abbess of Isabel de Villena (1430-1490) delivering her work Vita Christi (Christ Life) to her Clarises nuns, Valencia, Spain. 1513
RMGR8RHF–Bratislava Poor Clares Church
RM2HDEX58–A Group of Four Poor Clares, Ambrogio Lorenzetti, circa 1320,
RMRYCJYJ–Saint Clare, print maker: Michael Snijders, 1610 - 1672
RM2A5T4WP–Klaren-Altar, Feiertagsöffnung im Innenraum des Kölner Dom, Köln, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Deutschland | Altar of the Poor Clares, Feast Day Opening,
RMP9E1R1–Tordesillas, province of Valladolid, Castile and Leon, Spain. Royal Convent of Santa Clara. Mudejar construction. It was originally the palace that King Alfonso XI built in 1340, later it was transformed into a convent of the Poor Clares by the Infanta Don a Beatriz, daughter of Pedro I, following the testament of the monarch. Inside view of The Arab baths, built following the models of other Arab baths of the 11th century (hipocasutum system). National Heritage.
RM2HT35RH–Foundling wheel at Monastery of the Walled Poor Clares, Ruota degli Esposti al Monastero delle Clarisse Murate, Città di Castello, Umbria, Italy
RM2B092WP–Spain, Asturias, Oviedo. Convent of Santa Clara. Illustration by Fernando Miranda. Engraving by Ricord, 19th century. Cronica General de España, Historia Ilustrada y Descriptiva de sus Provincias. Asturias and Leon, 1867.
RMW54EHH–Men's watch in silver with double case, Men's watch in silver with double case. On the dial an enameled scene, representing a river with a three-master. On the cupboard a driven show in rocaille frame. The second separate cupboard is made of tortoise., Saint Clara with monstrance and rosary in his hand. Behind her a chapel in a mountain landscape. At the bottom of the print, her holiday is mentioned 12 August. Below is a short statement in Latin about her life and death, the virgin and foundress of the Order of Minoresses (or Poor Clares), Clare of Assisi, possible attributes: book, cross
RFW243BP–Bydgoszcz, Kujavian-Pomeranian / Poland - 2019/04/01: Exterior of the Poor Clares order church dedicated to the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary
RMD88KK6–NUN OF SANTA CHIARA
RMW1TXFW–Inside The Convent Of Poor Clares, Krakow, Poland, Europe.
RM2CB707F–Portugal, Alentejo region, Beja. Convent of Our Lady of the Conception (Convento de Nossa Senhora da Conceiçao), a congregation of Poor Clares. It was founded in 1495. Today Museum Rainha Dona Leonor. View of one of the doors.
RMADW17P–Italian boys playing soccer under the flying buttresses of the Basilica of Saint Clare Assisi Umbria Italy
RF2A3RJ7B–1. Rene of Alencon (1454 – 1492, age 37–38). In 1478, he was restored as Duke of Alençon and Count of Perche, titles which had been confiscated from h
RF2KD6YKD–Clarisses Convent (Convento das Clarissas) Entrance - Porto, Portugal
RFT42XTJ–Catholic gothic church of the Poor Clares Clarissine and the Castle in Bratislava, Slovakia
RF2JW0ARY–Clarissine Church - Bratislava, Slovakia
RMD5AE2P–ENCLOSED CONVENT OF REGINA COELI, CHURCH, POOR CLARES, NUNS, SANLUCAR DE BARRAMEDA, CADIZ, SPAIN
RFMPDB49–Wroclaw Female Junior High and High School of St. Ursula. A former monastery of Poor Clares Wroclaw
RFT735XY–Bydgoszcz, Kuyavian-pomeranian province, Poland. 16th cent. Church of Poor Clares, Gdanska Street, Central district.
RMF06ER2–Altar-piece of the Poor Clares, Cologne Cathedral, Kölner Dom,
RMAFWK91–Nuns UK Colettine Poor Clares are Roman Catholic a Closed Order. Portrait of Sister Joseph Anthony. Much Birch, Hertfordshire, 1989 1980s HOMER SYKES
RMPANPCA–The Bishop of Assisi Giving a Palm to Saint Clare. Culture: German. Dimensions: 13 5/16 × 8 9/16 × 3/16 in. (33.8 × 21.7 × 0.45 cm). Date: ca. 1360. This panel comes from an altarpiece devoted to the life of Saint Clare and made for the convent of the Poor Clares in either Nuremberg or Bamberg. The order was founded in 1212, with the help of Saint Francis of Assisi, depicted here on the left. The figures stand out against a delicately tooled background. Animated gestures, rich textures, and a limited range of colors provide dramatic emphasis. Museum: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA
RM2HT35RE–Foundling wheel at Monastery of the Walled Poor Clares, Ruota degli Esposti al Monastero delle Clarisse Murate, Città di Castello, Umbria, Italy
RMKXTKF9–Rynek (Market Square), tower at Poor Clares Convent, Stary Sacz, Malopolska, Poland
RMJBTEA3–France, Orne (61), Mortagne-au-Perche, chapelle du couvent des clarisses // France, Orne, Mortagne au Perche, chapel of the convent of the Poor Clares
RFBJ308J–BANGLADESH Saint Michael's Adoration Monastery of the Poor Clares of Perpetual Adoration, Mymensingh.
RM2AEEN36–Jacques Callot, The Queen Laying the First Stone for the Church of the Poor Clares in Spain (verso), 1612 The Queen Laying the First Stone for the Church of the Poor Clares in Spain [verso]; 1612date
RF2BB59P3–Panensky Tynec, Czech Republic - July 15 2019: Yellow bell tower and former monastery of Poor Clares, nowadays the municipal authority. Sunny day.
RMW1TXK8–Inside The Convent Of Poor Clares, Krakow, Poland, Europe.
RM2CB707M–Portugal, Alentejo region, Beja. Convent of Our Lady of the Conception (Convento de Nossa Senhora da Conceiçao), a congregation of Poor Clares. It was founded in 1495. Today Museum Rainha Dona Leonor. General view of the facade and porch.
RFADW16J–Stonework flying buttresses on the Basilica of Saint Clare Pilgrimage site in Assisi Umbria Italy
RM2RB5FFA–A Group of Four Poor Clares 1340 by Ambrogio Lorenzetti
RM2PK386D–Interior view of Poor Clares Convent, Woodchester, Stroud, early 1900s
RM2AK4ABY–Poland: Stary Sacz - Poor Clares Convent | usage worldwide
RF2JW0AT2–Clarissine Church - Bratislava, Slovakia
RMD5ADXG–ENCLOSED CONVENT OF REGINA COELI, CLOISTER, POOR CLARES, NUNS, SANLUCAR DE BARRAMEDA, CADIZ, SPAIN
RF2G03CTF–The village sign of Bruisyard in Suffolk against a blue sky
RFT735YC–Bydgoszcz, Kuyavian-pomeranian province, Poland. 16th cent. Church of Poor Clares, Gdanska Street, Central district.
RMAGKJ60–Overgrown statue of monk Entrance to Poor Clares Convent Cracow Poland
RMAFPW83–Nuns UK Roman Catholic Closed Order, Poor Clares Much Birch, Hertfordshire. Young members kneel older ones sit during Vespers 1989 1980s HOMER SYKES
RMPB523P–Virgin and Child. Artist: Attributed to Claus de Werve (Netherlandish, active in France, ca. 1380-1439, active Burgundy, 1396-ca. 1439). Culture: French. Dimensions: Overall: 53 3/8 x 41 1/8 x 27 in. (135.5 x 104.5 x 68.6 cm). Date: ca. 1415-17. This monumental yet intimate image of the Virgin and Child was probably a gift of John the Fearless, Duke of Burgundy (d. 1419), or his wife, Margaret of Bavaria (d. 1424), to the convent they founded dedicated to the Franciscan order of Poor Clares at Poligny. As court sculptor to the Burgundian dukes in Dijon, the influential artist Claus de Werve,
RF2KA03P7–Portrait of Philippine van Gelder, widow of Rene II, Duke of Lorraine, in the habit of the Poor Clares with cordelirre. Below the portrait in the marg
RMKXTKG0–Tower at Poor Clares Convent, Holy Trinity and Saint Clara of Assisi Church behind, Stary Sacz, Malopolska, Poland
RM2FN9214–The Queen Laying the First Stone for the Church of the Poor Clares in Spain [verso], 1612.
RF2RTYXJ4–The Monastery of Santa Clara la Real is a monastic complex of the order of the Poor Clares located in the city of Murcia, Spain
RM2JFBM3R–France, Nord, Roubaix, Épeule district, former convent of the Poor Clares (late 19th century) of neo-Gothic style which houses a house of zero waste and the circular economy
RF2RH71AB–Aerial view of the Stary Sacz town in autumn at sunset, Poland
RMW1TXKK–Inside The Convent Of Poor Clares, Krakow, Poland, Europe.
RM2CB707T–Portugal, Alentejo region, Beja. Convent of Our Lady of the Conception (Convento de Nossa Senhora da Conceiçao), a congregation of Poor Clares. It was founded in 1495. Today Museum Rainha Dona Leonor. Entrance door of porch with an ogee arch.
RM2PG8Y81–Caserta, Italy. 21st Mar, 2023. In this Illustration. Statuette symbolizing Santa Chiara, founder of the order of the Poor Clares. She was canonized as Santa Chiara in 1255, while on 17 February 1958 she was declared by Pius XII she was the patron saint of television and telecommunications. Italy, 20 Mar, 2023. (photo by Vincenzo Izzo/Sipa USA) Credit: Sipa USA/Alamy Live News
RM2G0KH8P–National Tile Museum. Housed in the Madre de Deus Convent, founded in 1509 by Queen Doña Leonor for the Poor Clares of Setúbal. It was enlarged by John III and modified in the 18th century. It is dedicated to the history of Portuguese tiles. Detail of one of the rooms. Lisbon, Portugal.
RFJHJW1C–Stary Sacz town at sunrise. Monastery of the Poor Clares in the Stary Sacz, Poland.
RFKF8MJ2–Campania, Naples. Cloister of Santa Chiara or the Poor Clares, decorated with majolica piatrelle designed by A. Vaccaro, 1742. Columns
RF2JW06RN–Monk on a street in Bratislava Old Town with Clarissine Church Tower on background - Bratislava, Slovakia
RMD5AE19–ENCLOSED CONVENT OF REGINA COELI, CHURCH CEILING, POOR CLARES, NUNS, SANLUCAR DE BARRAMEDA, CADIZ, SPAIN
RF2RDGBR5–Santa Isabel de los Angeles Convent - Ronda, Andalusia, Spain
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