Tanlay: Castle, Petit Château
Petit Château, built 1559-1648.
View showing entry gate, bridge and the château.
Avignon: Old Theatre
1334 - 1342
Old Palace, Chapel of St. John, vaults with lives of St. John Baptist and John Evangelist, detail of Zachariah in the Temple
12c. - 17c.
Former Cathedral of St. Anne.
Cope on display in the Treasury.
Arles: Les Alyscamps
Cemetery Church of St. Honorat. Carolingian and 12th century. Chapel with painted wall
Avignon: Hôtel Salvador
Staircase with wrought-iron railing
19 Rue de la Masse
Aix-en-Provence: Pavillion de l'Enfant
Second half 17c.
First floor salon, bust of woman (La belle du Canet) over door.
Hotel Bouhier de Lantenay, Prefecture, exterior garden facade.
Avignon: Church, S. Symphorien
Louis XIV wing, detail of painting of Henry IV as poultry seller-the King offers a bird to a girl. French painting, 16th century
Avignon: Chapel, Penitents-Noirs
Exterior, facade, upper level.
Glory with cherubs bearing the head of John the Baptist
Building Foundation. Gallo-Roman city?
Vézelay: Church, St. Madeleine
South transept, detail of Mary Madgalene by C. J-C Desvergnes
Aix-en-Provence: Hôtel de Boyer d'Eguilles
Presently the Museum of National History
Salon, painted ceiling with Venus and Cupid
Autun: Cathedral, St.-Lazare
Fifteenth-century frescos, depicting procession of Gregory the Great as pope during the plague in Rome.
Beaune: Museum, Hôtel-Dieu
Detail of sixth tapestry in the cycle.
Dijon: Museum, Musée des Beaux-Arts
14c. - 15c.
Replica of Well of Moses (Puits des Moise) by Claus Sluter, 1391-1397. Wood and polychrome painting. Detail of base with prophets Moses (left) and David (right).
View of south transept and tower.
Arles: Church, St.-Trophime
West facade, portal, right capital