Keighley

Filter by Country:
Filter by Site:

Filter by Subject:
Filter by Date:


France
Autun: Cathedral, St.-Lazare

12c.
Cathedral built between 1120-1130, with a 15c. steeple.
Tympanum, center portal, west façade.

France
Brou: Church, St. Nicholas of Tolentino

16c.
Church built 1513-1532.
Detail, tomb of Margaret of Austria showing Mary Magdalen holding ointment jar, sculpted by Conrad Meit.

France
Villeneuve-lès-Avignon: Church, Notre Dame

1333
Marble inscription

France
Nîmes: Fontvieille Mill

19c.
10 km north east of Arles. Associated with Alphonse Daudet, born in Nîmes.

France
Dijon: Cathedral, Bénigne

13c. - 14c.
West facade with narthex and towers.

France
Clos de Vougeot: Castle

16c.
View of great cellar hall in chateau.

France
Arles: Museum of Christian Art

4c.


France
Orange: Theater

1 BC
Augustan

Central portion with niches

France
Auxerre: Church, St. Germain

13c.
Ambulatory and the entrance to the crypt

France
Semur-en-Auxois

18c.
Town with Pont (Bridge) Joly over Armancon River. To right, Castle Orle d'Or Tower, 1 of 4 surviving (Castle destroyed by Henry IV).

France
Beaune: Hospital, Hôtel-Dieu

1443 - 1451
Hospital, built by the architect Jehan Wiscrère.

France
Arles: Roman Theater

138 - 192
Podium detail inscription

France
Aix-en-Provence: Hôtel de Boyer d'Eguilles

17c.
c. 1675
Presently the Museum of National History
Chapel, alcove with painted ceiling, detail of Madonna and Child

France
Avignon: Palais des Papes

1334 - 1342
Old Palace, Chapel of St. John, vaults with lives of St. John Baptist and John Evangelist, detail of St. Elizabeth

France
Autun: Cathedral, St.-Lazare

12c.
Cathedral built between 1120-1130, with a 15c. steeple.
Stoning of Stephen Protomartyr.

France
Bourbilly: Castle

14c.
Completed in 1379.
Guard room.

France
Pernes-les-Fontaines

13c.
Tour Ferrande, remaining tower of the Hospice of the Knights of St. John of Jerusalem (Hospitalers)
Wall painting inside, detail of King

France
Montmajour: Church, Abbey

14c.
Romanesque Cloister, 1375.

Interior south gallery; detail, capitals. Pentecost and at left fantastic animal.