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France
Ancy-le-Franc: Château

16c.
Château built c. 1546-1574. Plans attributed to S. Serlio.
Chapel of Ste. Cecile, series of paintings on Church Fathers, detail, monk building, another praying.

France
Langres: Cathedral, St.-Mammès

17c.
Cathedral built and re-built, 12c.-18c.
Painting in sacristy, possibly 17c.

France
Vézelay: Church, St. Madeleine

12c.
1120 - c. 1140
Nave, South aisle, pier 1 right, detail of the Conversion of St. Eustace
Photo 1955

France
Arles: Museum of Pagan Art

1 BC - 1 AD


France
Dijon: Monastery, Chartreuse de Champmol

14c.
Chapel portal with detail of right jambs with figure of founder Margaret of Flanders Duchess of Burgundy, 1385-1393. Memorial to Philip the Bold. Sculpted by Claus Sluter.

France
Saulieu: Church, St.-Andoche

12c.
Possibly 12c.

France
Arles: Church, St.-Trophime

12c.
Cloister, east gallery

France
Arles: Museum of Christian Art

4c.


France
Avignon: Palais des Papes

1334 - 1342
Grand Tinel to the north-east

France
Charité-sur-Loire, La: Church, Croix

12c.
Mid 12th century

Lower part of tympanum mutilated when a floor was installed in a house formerly abutting the church; the house was demolished in 1922.

Scene in tympanum probably represents Christ welcoming through the intercession of the Virgin Mary the Order of Cluny and the priory of La Charité.

France
Beaucaire

17c.
Mansion with atlantes flanking portal.

France
Aix-en-Provence: Hôtel de Venel

17c.
White-petit salon, five part ceiling, detail of three segments and lower center

France
Les Baux

12c.
Town from Chemin de Ronde (Parapet Walk). View south west; left, Hospital and Plan Dallé; right, town.

France
Saulieu: Church, St.-Andoche

5c.
Fifth-century ivory plaques on covers of so-called Missal of Charlemagne, showing Virgin and Child flanked by angels; Christ, flanked by Apostles Peter and Paul.

France
Arles: Les Alyscamps

1521
Chapel of St. Accurae, Room and upper wall, detail of dragon

France
Arles: Church, St.-Trophime

12c.
Cloister, east gallery, capital, Annunciation and Visitation

France
Glanum: Les Antiques

10 BC
Triumphal Arch I, North and West facades

France
Senaque: Abbey

12c.
Cistercian Abbey, c. 1160
Nave towards apse on the north side