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Various patterns of the Renaissance, chromolithograph, published in 1897 Featured Palace and Park of Fontainebleau Print

Various patterns of the Renaissance, chromolithograph, published in 1897

Various patterns of the Renaissance: 1) Ceiling in the Ducal palace, Mantua, Italy; 2, 3, 6, 13) Frescos from the Vatican loggias; 4, 7, 10, 13) From the mass-book Pope Leo X; 5) Ceiling in the San Maurizio, Milan, Italy; 8) Initial M; 9) Ornament of a picture frame; 11) Ceiling in the Palazzo Doria; Genoa, Italy; 12) Venetian enamel; 14) Wood mosaic from Santa Maria in Organo, Verona, Italy (1499); 15) Ornament of an Italian leather bowl (16th century); 16) Initial P (mass-book); 17) Inlay (French, 16th century); 18) Italian book ornament; 19) Initial D (mass-book) with the five bullets of the Medici coat of arms; 20) Four quarters of Italian majolica tiles; 21) French miniature art; 22) from the prayer book of French Queen Anne of Brittany; 23) Stone ornament from ChA?teau de ChA?teaudun, France; 24) French manuscript (rand strip ornament); 25) Pilaster ornament from the Palace of Fontainebleau; 26) Stone ornaemt from the ChA?teau de Blois (1530); 27) Glazed stove tiles (German, 17th century); 28) Enameled silver plate (German, 16th century); 29) From a manuscript of Hans SchA?ufelin (1538); 30) Goblet design in enamel and gold by M. Hauch (Augsburg, Germany, 1571); 31) Glazed oven ornament by Augustin Hirschvogel (Nuremberg, Germany, 16th century); 32) Glazed clay jug (German, 1590); 33) From a German prayer book (1520). Chromolithograph, published in 1897

View of Saint-Cloud, Near the Seine, 1809. Creator: Alexandre Pau de St. Martin (French) Featured Palace and Park of Fontainebleau Print

View of Saint-Cloud, Near the Seine, 1809. Creator: Alexandre Pau de St. Martin (French)

View of Saint-Cloud, Near the Seine, 1809. This painting depicts the park associated with the royal Chateau of Saint-Cloud, famous for its terraced gardens overlooking the River Seine. At the left of the scene, notice one of the park's gazebos set among the trees. This view from Saint-Cloud over the river was a traditional and popular one. Very little is known about the life of Pau de Saint-Martin. Most of his surviving works are landscapes, the titles of which indicate he painted in the Forest of Fontainebleau, southeast of Paris, as early as 1795. Perhaps the artist is most important as the teacher of his nephew Theodore Rousseau (1812-1867), who became the founder of the Barbizon school of landscape painting

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'Marriage of Prince Jerome Bonaparte and Princess Frederica Catherine of Würtemberg' Featured Palace and Park of Fontainebleau Print

'Marriage of Prince Jerome Bonaparte and Princess Frederica Catherine of Würtemberg'

'Marriage of Prince Jerome Bonaparte and Princess Frederica Catherine of Wurtemberg', 22 August 1807, (1896). The marriage of Jerome-Napoleon Bonaparte (1784-1860), the youngest brother of Napoleon I, and Princess Catharina Frederica of Wurttemberg (1783-1835) at the Royal Palace at Fontainebleau, France. Engraving after the painting made in 1810, titled 'Napoleon signe le contrat du mariage de Jerome Bonaparte avec Catherine de Wurtemberg, 22 aout 1807', (Napoleon signs the marriage contract of Jerome Bonaparte and Catherine de Wurtemberg, 22 August 1807), by Jean-Baptiste Regnault. From Life of Napoleon Bonaparte, Volume III, by William Milligan Sloane. [The Century Co., New York, 1896]