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Les Invalides Gallery

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Les Invalides can be found in Sights, Paris, France in Europe

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Paris Revolts Featured Les Invalides Print

Paris Revolts

Photogravure of the remains of the barricades in the Rue Royale, Paris, near the Place de la Concorde, the Corps Legislative (now the Chambre des Deputies) and the Dome des Invalides. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

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Paris - The Metro - Boulevard Pasteur - Les Invalides Featured Les Invalides Print

Paris - The Metro - Boulevard Pasteur - Les Invalides

Paris - The Elevated Metro line at Boulevard Pasteur and view down Avenue de Breteuil toward Les Invalides.
circa 1910s

© The Roseries Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

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St. John the Evangelist, c. 1700-1702. Creator: Charles de La Fosse (French, 1636-1716) Featured Les Invalides Print

St. John the Evangelist, c. 1700-1702. Creator: Charles de La Fosse (French, 1636-1716)

St. John the Evangelist, c. 1700-1702. This drawing is a study for a fresco in the Parisian church of Les Invalides. La Fosse portrayed the religious figures with power and exuberance, imbuing his decorative scheme with unprecedented vigor. Drawings by La Fosse are difficult to find in the United States, and this sheet is an exceptional example of the artist's trois crayons (three-chalk) technique of using black, red, and white chalk together. The chalks are subtly blended, creating the effect of billowing drapery rather than stiff linearity

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