His only known work, signed and dated, le Tournoi de Chauvency, is a long poem of about 4,500 verses recounting the events of a tournament held during six days of feasting given by Louis V, Count of Chiny in October 1285 at Chauvency-le-Château. It is without doubt a masterpiece of French Middle Ages literature and, in any case, one of the best digests of courtly art of the period.
- Jacques Bretel, Le Tournoi de Chauvency, 1285 (manuscripts: Mons MS 330-215 and Oxford MS Douce 308).
- Maurice Delbouille, Le Tournoi de Chauvency.
- Dominique Henriot-Walzer, Dictionnaire du Tournoi de Chauvency, 1285