Dimensions : 41 x 29 cm
Type of support: Frame
Completing time: 12 months
A troubadour was a lyric poet in the 12-13th centuries who used to sing in OC-language, a Romanic dialect from the South of France.
On the right side of that low-relief, a group of three well-dressed musicians are playing a kind of bagpipe, a horn and a handle-driven viola.
They are entertaining noble people who are comfortably leaning at the terrace handrail of their dwelling.