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

17c.
Second half 17c.
Ground floor dining room, plaster ornament over door including putto and possibly sphinx.

France
Avignon: Hôtel Villeneuve-Martignan

18c.
Now the Musee Calvet

Salon de la Meridienne

Louis XV style

France
Avignon: Hôtel Villeneuve-Martignan

18c.
Now the Musee Calvet

Paneled room

Louis XV style

France
Luberon Valley

12c. - 17c.
12c.-17c.
Former Cathedral of St. Anne.
Cope on display in the Treasury.

France
Aix-en-Provence: Hôtel de Marignane

17c.
Present branch of Hôtel de Ville or City Hall.
View of Salle des Mariages

France
Epoisses: Castle

15c.
Château d'Epoisses was built in 15c., rebuilt, 16c.-18c.
Portraits of men.

France
Arles: Church, St.-Trophime

12c.
West facade, portal, right side column, right socle

France
Saulieu: Church, St.-Andoche

12c.
Possibly 12c.

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

13c.
4c.-18c.
Cloister, gallery arcade, corner pier, detail of capital showing foliage.

France
Dijon: Church, Etienne

12c. - 18c.
Entrance facade, 1721. Church of St. Michel in left background.

France
Arles: Museum of Christian Art

18c.
Formerly Jesuit Church
Apse with wooden retable, upper part

France
Arles: Church, St.-Trophime

12c.
Cloister, east gallery, capital

France
Beaucaire: Hôtel de Ville

17c.
1679-1683
Court of Honor and entrance portal from portico columns.
Architect, J. Hardouin-Mansart.

France
Saint-Gilles: Church

12c.
c. 1140-1150
West façade, left portal, detail of frieze showing preparation for the entry into Jerusalem.

France
Brou: Church, St. Nicholas of Tolentino

16c.
Church built 1513-1532.
View of nave looking west.

France
Beaune: Museum, Hôtel-Dieu

16c.
Detail of second tapestry in the cycle.

France
Beaune: Hospital, Hôtel-Dieu

17c.
1443-1451
In Salle St. Hugeues, ceiling reconstructed in 1646 and decorated with paintings by Moillon; restored in 1819.

France
Saint-Thibault: Church, Priory

13c. - 15c.
Choir, south wall, detail of tomb of Hughes de Theil, rear wall, Funeral cortege.