Ms. Diploma of Clovis, with signatures of kings and Clovis and Clothar. 13c. copy of 496AD original.
Autun: Cathedral, St.-Lazare
Cathedral built between 1120-1130, with a 15c. steeple.
View of the upper stories of the south transept.
Montmajour: Church, Abbey
Medieval rock-cut tombs.
Dijon: Hospital of St. Esprit
13c. - 18c.
Jerusalem Courtyard with Chapel of Ste. Croix (Holy Cross) of Jerusalem. Detail of Christ: Deposition. Polychrome and sculpture.
Villeneuve-lès-Avignon: Chartreuse du Val-de-Benediction
1356 - 1372
Funerary Chapel of Pope Innocent VI. Life of John the Baptist by the school of Matteo de Giovanetti.
Aix-en-Provence: Cathedral, St.-Sauveur
Gothic nave, second bay, triptych of Burning Bush. Detail of left wing when open, showing René I of Naples with three saints, possibly including Mary Magdalen and Jerome. By N. Froment, c. 1465.
Nîmes: Temple of Diana
Temple of Diana, so-called. Sanctuary of the Spring. Aula. Entrance to inner chamber; side wall with niches.
Tanlay: Castle, Petit Château
Petit Château, built 1559-1648.
View of left wing with moat.
Les Baux: Castle
12c. - 14c.
Castle. Chateau, destroyed 1632. Terrace. View south west to Town below.
Aix-en-Provence: Archbishop's Palace (Tapestry Museum)
Russian Entertainment tapestry series
The Repast. Beauvais, 1769
Beaune: Church, Notre Dame
15c. - 16c.
12c. - 16c.
Tapestries of the life of the Virgin, showing the annunciation.
Aix-en-Provence: Hôtel de Venel
Street facade, 27 rue de Venel
Vézelay: Church, St. Madeleine
1120 - c. 1140
Narthex, central portal, lintel, The Nations, warrior
Autun: Library, Bibliothèque Municipale
Bibliothèque municipale, ms. 19 bis, Sacramentary of Marmoutier, detail of fol. 8r.
Autun: Museum, Musée Rolin
Nativity painted by the Master of Moulin, c. 1482, commissioned by Cardinal Rolin, seen at right.
Detail, Nicolas Rolin as cardinal.
Aix-en-Provence: Hôtel Chateaurenard
Presently Bureau of Welfare
Staircase with painted cove., detail of Arithmetic by Jean Daret
Grillwork enclosing La Cour d'Honneur.
Montreal-sur-Serein: Church, Collegiate
Choir, view eastwards towards the high altar