Château built c. 1546-1574. Plans attributed to S. Serlio.
Hall of Roman Emperors, possibly personification of vanity.
Nevers: Bishop's Palace
19c. - 20c.
Variously attributed to Pajou, Pigalle, Falconet and Chinard
Arles: Church, St.-Trophime
West facade, central portal
Hotel Maynier d'Oppede (now the Institute d'Etudes Francaise.
Facade, 23 rue Gaston de Sapporte
Brou: Church, St. Nicholas of Tolentino
Church built 1513-1532.
Chapel of Margaret of Austria, detail of retable showing Assumption.
Dijon: Museum, Musée des Beaux-Arts
14c. - 15c.
Guard Room (former Great Hall of Ducal Palace) Tomb of John the Fearless; detail, upper body. By Jean de la Huerta and Antoine le Moiturier.
Aix-en-Provence: Hôtel de Ribbe
Ricard St. Albin
Chinese Salon with painted silk wall, Country Life, detail of boy on a bullock
Montreal-sur-Serein: Church, Collegiate
Choir stall, detail of two men at a table
Carved oak, attributed to Rogolley Bros
West façade, center portal, frieze on left showing apostles, Peter, and Christ.
Avignon: Palais des Papes
Garde-robe Tower, third floor, Chamber of the Cerf
Avignon: Hôtel Villeneuve-Martignan
Now the Musee Calvet
Franque & Son
Tarascon: Church, Marthe
1197, 14th and 15th centuries.
West and south façades; rebuilt after 1944 without bell tower that was replaced in 1987
Château d'Epoisses was built in 15c., rebuilt, 16c.-18c.
Portrait of man, possibly 17c. in bedroom of Madame de Sevigne.
In the former Cathedral of St. Anne. Italian, 16c. Painting of Three Saints.
Saulieu: Church, St.-Andoche
Detail of nave, burned by the English in 14c., reconstructed in 1704.
Villeneuve-lès-Avignon: Church, Notre Dame
Nîmes: Maison Carrée
Roman Temple, 16 BC.
Exterior rear wall.
Avignon: Church, S. Pierre
Choir, cornice, console detail