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Filed under: Architecture -- France -- History -- 18th century Filed under: Architecture -- France -- Paris -- History -- 19th century Filed under: Decoration and ornament -- France -- History -- 18th century -- Exhibitions Filed under: Furniture -- France -- History -- 18th century -- Exhibitions Filed under: Interior decoration -- France -- History -- 18th century -- Catalogs Filed under: Tapestry -- France -- History Filed under: Decorative arts -- France -- History -- 17th centuryFiled under: Costume -- France -- HistoryFiled under: Pottery -- France -- History Filed under: Engraving -- France -- HistoryFiled under: Art -- France -- LimogesFiled under: Art -- France -- Paris Filed under: Art, Abstract -- France -- Paris -- Exhibitions Filed under: Concrete art -- France -- Paris -- ExhibitionsFiled under: Architecture -- France -- Paris Filed under: Architecture, Renaissance -- France -- Paris Filed under: Mural painting and decoration -- France -- Paris -- Early works to 1800
  • [Info] Nicholas Flammel, His Exposition of the Hieroglyphicall Figures Which he Caused to Bee Painted Upon an Arch in St. Innocents Church-yard, in Paris; Together with the Secret Booke of Artephius, and the Epistle of Iohn Pontanus, Concerning Both the Theoricke and the Practicke of the Philosophers Stone (London: Printed by T. Snodham for T. Walkley, 1624), by Nicolas Flamel, Artephius, and Joannes Pontanus, trans. by Eirenaeus Orandus
Filed under: Architecture -- France Filed under: Architecture -- France -- NormandyFiled under: Architecture, Gallo-Roman -- France Filed under: Architecture, Gothic -- France -- Saint-DenisFiled under: Architecture, Medieval -- FranceFiled under: Castles -- France Filed under: Art, French -- France -- Saint-Denis -- Exhibitions Filed under: Art, Gothic -- France -- Saint-Denis -- Exhibitions Filed under: Classicism in art -- France -- Exhibitions Filed under: Decoration and ornament -- France -- Exhibitions Filed under: Glass painting and staining, Gothic -- France -- Exhibitions Filed under: Illumination of books and manuscripts, French -- France -- ParisFiled under: Illumination of books and manuscripts, Gothic -- France Filed under: Illumination of books and manuscripts, Gothic -- France -- ExhibitionsFiled under: Illumination of books and manuscripts, Gothic -- France -- ParisFiled under: Illumination of books and manuscripts, Medieval -- France Filed under: Illumination of books and manuscripts, Medieval -- France -- Paris Filed under: Cave paintings -- France Filed under: Graphic arts -- France -- 19th century -- Exhibitions Filed under: Graphic arts -- France -- 20th century -- Exhibitions Filed under: Engraving, Renaissance -- France
  • [Info] Le Tableau des Riches Inventions, Couvertes du Voile des Feintes Amoureuses, Qui Sont Représentées dans le Songe de Poliphile: Desvoilées des Ombres du Songe et Subtilement Exposées (in French; Paris: M. Guillemot, 1600), by Francesco Colonna, contrib. by Béroalde de Verville
Filed under: Romanticism in art -- France Filed under: Sculpture, Late Gothic -- France Filed under: Sculpture, Romanesque -- France -- Exhibitions Filed under: Art -- Private collections -- France -- Exhibitions

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