Avignon: Chapel, Penitents-Noirs
Chapel, view towards altar
Saint-Père-sous-Vézelay: Church of Notre Dame
13c. - 15c.
Porch with tomb.
Entirely restored by Viollet-le-Duc
Aix-en-Provence: Hôtel de Boyer d'Eguilles
Now the Museum of National History,
Salon, detail of woodwork panels with grisaille paintings by Daret
Aix-en-Provence: Pavillion de Vendôme
Detail of south façade, fruit festoon and head of ornament above door.
Home of Painter, J.-B. van Loo, 1730-1745
Château built c. 1546-1574. Plans attributed to S. Serlio.
Bedchamber of Arts, portrait of Count de Clermont-Tonnerre.
Dijon: Church, Notre Dame
1230-1251. South side from above with crossing tower.
Aix-en-Provence: Hôtel de Marignane
Present branch of Hôtel de Ville or City Hall.
Salle des Mariages, detail of beamed ceiling.
Langres: Cathedral, St.-Mammès
Cathedral built and re-built, 12c.-18c.
Sacristy, painting of adoration of the shepherds, by Nattier.
Vézelay: Church, St. Madeleine
1120 - c. 1140
Narthex from the south west with great portal leading into the nave
La Tour-d'Aigues: Chateau
Chateau destroyed in 1793
Central donjon, detail of south corner with plaque initials "C. M." commemorating the visit of Queen Catherine de Medici in 1579
Abbey Church, tomb of Lord of Mello Epoisses and his wife. Transept beyond. 14c.
Avignon: Palais des Papes
1334 - 1342
Chapel of St. Martial, vault, St. Martial's soul transported to Heaven
Montmajour: Church, Abbey
Chapel of Ste. Croix
Exterior upper part, south west narthex roof, two lobes and cupola.
Beaune: Church, Notre Dame
15c. - 16c.
12c. - 16c.
Tapestries of the life of the Virgin, view of the coronation and, at right, Hugues le Coq, patron.
Auxerre: Church, St. Eusèbe
Choir dates to c. 1530
Constance Tower, c. 1249.
Interior, lower great room, detail of hooded fireplace.
Arles: Museum of Christian Art
Formerly Jesuit Church
Nave to west portal
Arles: Museum, Museon Arlaten
1 BC - 1 AD
Roman Forum, interior-Pantheon