The Tombs of Henry II of France and his wife Catherine de' Medici, located in the Basilica of Saint-Denis in Paris, are elaborate examples of Renaissance funerary art. Henry II's tomb features a detailed recumbent effigy of the king, while Catherine de' Medici's tomb showcases her influence as queen consort and queen mother of France. These tombs are masterpieces of sculpture that reflect the royal culture and artistic style of the Renaissance period in France.

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