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France
Aix-en-Provence: Hôtel de Saint-Marc

17c.
1657
Salon, detail of console, wood, carving and gilded.
Toro

France
Dijon: Museum, Musée des Beaux-Arts

12c.
Effigy crown for funeral of Philip the Bold.

France
Beaumont-sur-Vingeanne: Chateau

18c.
1724
Built by Abbe Claude Jolyot, court Chaplain
Small Salon, painted panel, artist unknown
Photo 1955

France
Semur-en-Auxois: Church, Notre Dame

11c. - 15c.
Exterior north portal, archivolt; detail of Labors of the Months; Grape culture, winemaking, pig butchering.

France
Aix-en-Provence: Hôtel Chateaurenard

17c.
c. 1650
Presently Bureau of Welfare
Staircase, painted ceiling, detail of Minerva

France
Aix-en-Provence

17c.
Tapestry Museum showing the Grand Salon, mantle and left doorway.
Don Quixote tapestry, two panels

France
Nevers: Cathedral

11c.
View of crypt.

France
Villeneuve-lès-Avignon: Church, Notre Dame

1333
High altar, base panel, dead Christ with cherubs by A. Duparc

France
Silvacane: Abbey

13c.
1175-1413
Cloister begun in 1240
East gallery with doors to the Chapter House and Warming Room

France
Bussy-Rabutin: Castle

16c.
Château of Bussy-Rabutin built 16c., rebuilt 1649.
View of bridge over moat, towers and seventeenth-century center building.

France
Avignon: Palais des Papes

1334 - 1342
Old Palace, Chapel of St. John, vaults with lives of St. John Baptist and John Evangelist, Herod's feast

France
Avignon

13c.
View for the Tower of Philip the Fair on opposite bank of the River Rhone

France
Nîmes: Castellum Divisorium

1c.
Exterior ruined walls and conduit openings.

France
Arles: Church, St.-Trophime

12c.
West facade, portal

France
Arles: Museum of Christian Art

4c.


France
Nîmes: Temple of Diana

11c.
Temple of Diana, so-called. Sanctuary of the Spring. Aula. Interior entrance wall to inner chamber; side wall with niches.

France
Dijon: Museum, Musée des Beaux-Arts

12c.
Cup of St. Bernard, 12c.; remount 15c.

France
Arles: Les Alyscamps

12c.
Cemetery church of St. Honorat. Carolingian and 12th century. Ruined nave and tower with tomb dating from the 6th century