Colonnade grove from the sky by Thomas Garnier
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The Colonnade Grove seen from the sky by Thomas Garnier
"Built from 1685 by Jules Hardouin-Mansart, the Colonnade replaced a grove created by Le Nôtre in 1679: the Sources Grove. A circular peristyle over 40 metres in diameter, the structure is supported by thirty-two pilasters, which act as buttresses for the arcades held up by thirty-two Ionic columns. In the center, the original basin gave way in 1696 to Girardon's group "The Abduction of Proserpine by Pluto".
- Thomas Garnier
Ten of the 200 photos in the book "Le château de Versailles vu du ciel" by Thomas Garnier have been selected and signed.
Dimensions: 30 x 40 cm (picture mount included)
Grammage: 230 grs
The photo is delivered unframed.
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