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France
Cormatin: Castle

17c.
Construction on the Château de Cormatin was begun in 1600 by A. du Blé.
Salle des Bourguignons, view.

France
Fontenay: Abbey

12c.
Abbey Church, Great Hall; view to portal, with two naves divided into six bays.

France
Beaune

20c.
Twentieth-century view of city gate, Porte Saint-Nicolas.

France
Arles: Museum, Musée Reattu

15c.
Wonders of the World series, Temple of Diana, detail Temple

France
Dijon

18c.
Hotel Bouhier de Lantenay, Prefecture, exterior garden facade.

France
Auxerre: Cathedral, St.-Etienne

11c.
In the crypt

France
Beaucaire: Castle

12c. - 14c.
View of courtyard, curtain walls, chapel and well.

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
Avignon: Jesuit College

1496
Now the Lapidary museum

Tomb of Cardinal Lagrange

Now exhibited in Petit Palais, Coll. Campana, 1986

France
Commarin: Chateau

14c. - 18c.
Louis XIV Wing, first floor gallery with bedroom
Photo 1955

France
Beaune: Church, Notre Dame

15c. - 16c.
12c. - 16c.
Tapestries of the life of the Virgin, showing the angel appearing to Joseph.

France
Aix-en-Provence: Cathedral, St.-Sauveur

13c.
4c.-18c.
Cloister, gallery arcade, detail of corner pier showing eagle as symbol of John.

France
Dijon: Monastery, Chartreuse de Champmol

14c. - 15c.
Well of Moses (Puits des Moise) by Claus Sluter, 1391-1397. Detail of Prophet Moses (upper figure).

France
Langres

20c.
View of market.

France
Nîmes: Pont du Gard

1 BC
Pont du Gard Aqueduct. About 15 BC.
Two pairs of superimposed arches; third series running along top.

France
Commarin: Chateau

18c.


France
Aix-en-Provence: Pavillion de l'Enfant

17c.
Second half 17c.
First floor salon, exterior with knocker; lintel fragment.

France
Brou: Church, St. Nicholas of Tolentino

16c.
Church built 1513-1532.
Chapel of Margaret of Austria, detail of retable showing Virgin Mary and Christ.