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00- Early Renaissance Chateaux-The Château of Bury, 1525, Loire valley (dem. 17th. century). "Around mid-sixteenth century, in the Loire Valley, a number of Renaissance chateaux were built. The early French Renaissance chateau, were evolved from the feudal castle of the Middle Ages. The plan of the feudal castles were generally irregular and shaped inward looking with defensive towers, and often with high-pitched roofs, because of the climate."

The Château d'Azay-le-Rideau is located in the town of Azay-le-Rideau in the French département of Indre-et-Loire. Built between 1518 and this château is considered one of the foremost examples of early French renaissance architecture. Chateau De Chinon, Chateau De Blois, Loire Castles, Château De Villandry, Loire Valley, Castles In Ireland, French Castles, Fairytale Castle, Versailles

Château d'Azay-le-Rideau

01-Early Renaissance Chateaux-The Château of Azay le Rideau (1518-24), Loire valle. It is a fine example of French Renaissance design. This building was an entirely new structure. There was no need of defense in this mediaeval form Château, but the windows are flanked by classic pilasters and crowned with entablatures.

Early Renaissance Chateaux- The ornamental bay of the main portal of the Château of Azay le Rideau Loire valle. Chambord Castle, Monuments, Francis I, French Castles, Renaissance Architecture, Visit France, French Chateau, French Cottage, French Country Decorating
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01- Early Renaissance Chateaux- The ornamental bay of the main portal of the Château of Azay le Rideau (1518-24), Loire valle.

02- Early Renaissance Chateaux-The Château of Blois (1519–1524), Loire valle. " At the Château  of Bloi, Francois I constructed a new wing on medieval foundations with an old-fashioned plan, but sporting a three-storeyed open arcaded loggia on its outer facade. This inspired by the contemporary logge of the Vatican. The most remarkable feature of the court facade is the great polygonal staircase tower that rises through it." Palaces, Chateau De Blois, Renaissance Architecture, France Europe, Loire, Where To Go, Paris Skyline, Facade, Places To Visit
PalacesChateau De BloisWhere To Go

02- Early Renaissance Chateaux-The Château of Blois (1519–1524), Loire valle. " At the Château of Bloi, Francois I constructed a new wing on medieval foundations with an old-fashioned plan, but sporting a three-storeyed open arcaded loggia on its outer facade. This inspired by the contemporary logge of the Vatican. The most remarkable feature of the court facade is the great polygonal staircase tower that rises through it."

Amazing double-helix staircase in the Château de Chambord, Loire Valley, France. The two helixes ascend three floors and never meet. In the center is an open air shaft that lets in light. Some believe Leonardo da Vinci designed the staircase. Architecture Parisienne, Chateau De Blois, Loire Valley, Luxembourg Gardens, French Castles, French Chateau, Stairway To Heaven, Paris Travel, The Places Youll Go

02- Early Renaissance Chateaux- The staircase tower of Château of Blois, Loire valley.

Amazing double-helix staircase in the Château de Chambord, Loire Valley, France. The two helixes ascend three floors and never meet. In the center is an open air shaft that lets in light. Some believe Leonardo da Vinci designed the staircase. Classical Architecture, Architecture Details, Renaissance Architecture, Chateau De Blois, Beautiful Stairs, Beautiful Things, Grand Parc, Stone Stairs, Wooden Stairs
Chateau De BloisBeautiful Things

02- Early Renaissance Chateaux- The staircase tower of Château of Blois, Loire valle.

The Chateau de Chambord, Chambord, Loir-et-Cher, France. This was the palace of King Francis I of France, who reigned during the early to mid (parallel to King Henry VIII of England's reign). Beautiful Castles, Beautiful Places, Chambord Castle, Chateau Chambord, Photo Chateau, France Wallpaper, French Castles, Château Fort, Famous Castles
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03-Early Renaissance Chateaux-The Château de Chambord, 1519-1536. "The Château de Chambord was designed by Italian architect, Domenico da Cortona, a pupile of Giuliano da Sangallo."

Early Renaissance Chateaux-The Château de Chambord, by Cortona, Loire valle. At the Chambord, Flamboyant Gothic combined with classical details. Day Trip From Paris, One Day Trip, Day Trips, Chambord Castle, Grand Parc, French Castles, Late Middle Ages, Saint Louis, Beautiful Castles
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03- Early Renaissance Chateaux-The Château de Chambord, 1519-1536, by Cortona, Loire valle. At the Chambord, Flamboyant Gothic combined with classical details.

03- Early Renaissance Chateaux- Plan of the Château de Chambord, 1519-1536, by Cortona, Loire valle. "The internal layout is an early example of the French and Italian style of grouping rooms into self-contained suites, a departure from the medieval style of corridor rooms. The massive château is composed of a central keep with four immense bastion towers at the corners. The keep also forms part of the front wall of a larger compound with two more large towers." Renaissance Architecture, Historical Architecture, Layout, In Ancient Times, Loire, France, How To Plan, Wikimedia Commons, Fantasy Places
Historical ArchitectureFantasy Places

03- Early Renaissance Chateaux- Plan of the Château de Chambord, 1519-1536, by Cortona, Loire valle. "The internal layout is an early example of the French and Italian style of grouping rooms into self-contained suites, a departure from the medieval style of corridor rooms. The massive château is composed of a central keep with four immense bastion towers at the corners. The keep also forms part of the front wall of a larger compound with two more large towers."

Renaissance Chateaux- The spiral staircase of Château de Chambord, by Cortona. Chambord Castle, Renaissance Architecture, Late Middle Ages, Spiral Staircase, France, 17th Century, Louvre, Italy, Building
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03-Early Renaissance Chateaux- The spiral staircase of Château de Chambord, 1519-1536, by Cortona.

Francis I - brought about such huge cultural changes in France that he has been called France's original Renaissance monarch. Read more about renaissance in the reign of francis i in the Boundless open textbook. Renaissance Kunst, Renaissance Men, Italian Renaissance, Renaissance Portraits, Renaissance Artists, Renaissance Paintings, Renaissance Dresses, French History, Art History
Renaissance DressesFrench History

RENAISSANCE ARCHITECTURE, FRANCE; Francois I (Reign; 1515–1547). After the invasions of Italy by France, in 1500-25, Francois I introduced Frenchmen to the Italian Renaissance.

RENAISSANCE ARCHITECTURE, FRANCE, Fontainebleau; Cour d'Honneur at Fontainebleau (16th cen),  "During the first half of the 16th century, Francis I established his court at Fontainebleau outside Paris, where he employed numerous Italian architects and artists, including Sebastiano Serlio, Il Rosso, and Francesco Primaticcio. At the same time native architects, such as Pierre Lescot and Philibert Delorme, who had visited Rome, became the driving force behind the Renaissance movement in… Francis I, Renaissance Architecture, 16th Century, Back In The Day, Travel Photos, Rome, Louvre, Mansions, House Styles
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RENAISSANCE ARCHITECTURE, FRANCE, Fontainebleau; Cour d'Honneur at Fontainebleau (16th cen), "During the first half of the 16th century, Francis I established his court at Fontainebleau outside Paris, where he employed numerous Italian architects and artists, including Sebastiano Serlio, Il Rosso, and Francesco Primaticcio. At the same time native architects, such as Pierre Lescot and Philibert Delorme, who had visited Rome, became the driving force behind the Renaissance movement in…

04- Fountainebleau; Site plan of The Châteaue of Fontainebleau, near Paris. "The Châteaue of Fontainebleau was built by Francois I. The older château on this site was already used in the latter part of the 12th century by King Louis VII. The additions at Fontainebleau was begun in 1528 with a plan inspired by Poggio a Caiano. Renaissance Architecture, France, 12th Century, Thing 1 Thing 2, King, Paris, How To Plan, Inspired, Inspiration
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04- Fountainebleau; Site plan of The Châteaue of Fontainebleau, near Paris. "The Châteaue of Fontainebleau was built by Francois I. The older château on this site was already used in the latter part of the 12th century by King Louis VII. The additions at Fontainebleau was begun in 1528 with a plan inspired by Poggio a Caiano.

 "The architect Gilles le Breton (d. extended the medieval buildings of which the principal survivals are the Porte Dorée, with superimposed logge. Renaissance Architecture, 16th Century, Golden Gate, Travel Photos, Madrid, Photo Galleries, House Styles, Medieval, Buildings
16th CenturyGolden GateTravel PhotosMedieval

04-, Fountainebleau; Porte Dorée. "The architect Gilles le Breton (d. 1553) extended the medieval buildings of which the principal survivals are the Porte Dorée, with superimposed logge."

Fontainebleau Castle (France) - Francois I Gallery Castle Painting, Mural Painting, Monuments, Francois 1, Historical Artifacts, Types Of Rooms, Grand Palais, Art Moderne, First Art
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04- Fountainebleau; the Galerie Francois I at The Châteaue of Fontainebleau. "The Long Gallery at Fountainebleau, is the earliest example of a type of room which became popular, though its architectural origin and even its function remain unclear. Its interior decoration of c. 1533-40 is by Giovanni Battista Rosso (1494-1540- a Florentine artist).

Fresco with Classical Theme in the Francois I Gallery at Fontainebleau Chateau D Anet, Chateau De Blois, François Ii, 7 Arts, Paris Opera House, Renaissance Architecture, High Renaissance, Grisaille, Italian Painters
Chateau D AnetChateau De BloisParis Opera HouseGrisailleItalian Painters

04- Fountainebleau; Francois I gallery. "The French Mannerist style of interior decoration is known as the "Fontainebleau style": it combined sculpture, metalwork, painting, stucco and woodwork, and outdoors introduced the patterned garden parterre. The Fontainebleau style combined allegorical paintings in moulded plasterwork .

04- Fountainebleau; Plan of the Grand Ferrare, 1541-8, by Serlio. "The course of French architecture was further influenced by the arrival at Fontainebleau in 1540 from Venice of Sebastiano Serlio (1475-1554), who had worked under Peruzzi from 1514 until the Sack of Rome. At Fontainebleau he built the now demolished Grand Ferrare. A town house or hôtel runed three sides of a courtyard, this established the typical French plan for such houses for over a century." Renaissance Architecture, French Architecture, Townhouse, Floor Plans, How To Plan, Building, Venice, Rome, Houses
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04- Fountainebleau; Plan of the Grand Ferrare, 1541-8, by Serlio. "The course of French architecture was further influenced by the arrival at Fontainebleau in 1540 from Venice of Sebastiano Serlio (1475-1554), who had worked under Peruzzi from 1514 until the Sack of Rome. At Fontainebleau he built the now demolished Grand Ferrare. A town house or hôtel runed three sides of a courtyard, this established the typical French plan for such houses for over a century."

 courtyard view of Chateau of Ancy-le-Franc, Burgundy, by Serlio. "Serlio principal building in France is the Château of Ancy-le-Franc in Burgundy (c. France, Renaissance Architecture, Free Photos, Castles, Burgundy, Mansions, House Styles, Building, Photography

05- Fountainebleau; courtyard view of Chateau of Ancy-le-Franc, Burgundy, (1544-1550), by Serlio. "Serlio principal building in France is the Château of Ancy-le-Franc in Burgundy (c. 1541-50).

 plan of Chateau of Ancy-le-Franc, by Serlio Architectural Floor Plans, Architectural Drawings, Renaissance Architecture, Fortification, Architecture Plan, Layout, How To Plan, Conan Exiles, Minecraft Ideas
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05- Fountainebleau; plan of Chateau of Ancy-le-Franc, Burgundy(1544-1550), by Serlio

Site plan of Louvre, Paris. "The early part of the new Louvre, begun about 1546 on the site of the old castle of Philippe Auguste which Francis I had demolished in order to rebuild in the new style. Philippe Auguste, Beauvais, Francis I, Louvre, Renaissance Architecture, Old Things, Castle, Floor Plans, Paris
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07- Site plan of Louvre, Paris. "The early part of the new Louvre, begun about 1546 on the site of the old castle of Philippe Auguste which Francis I had demolished in order to rebuild in the new style.

The Square Court of the Louvre, Paris, begun 1546, by Lescot. "The building which established French classicism was the Square Court of the Louvre for Francois I by Pierre Lescot(1510-15-1578). Lescot knowledge of ancient art very likely in great part through Serlio's book which had been published in 1537." Renaissance Architecture, Ap Art, Ancient Art, Art History, Louvre, Knowledge, French, Paris, Book
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The Square Court of the Louvre, Paris, begun 1546, by Lescot. "The building which established French classicism was the Square Court of the Louvre for Francois I by Pierre Lescot(1510-15-1578). Lescot knowledge of ancient art very likely in great part through Serlio's book which had been published in 1537."

The Lescot Wing of the Palais du Louvre, by Pierre Lescot, , Paris, France Louvre Palace, Renaissance Architecture, How To Level Ground, Pavilion, Paris France, Medieval, Photo Galleries, Old Things, French
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06- Lescot Wing, 1546-1551, The Square Court of the Louvre, Paris, by Lescot. The "Lescot Wing" is the oldest portion existing above ground level of the Louvre Palace. The mediaeval features were replaced with Italian Mannerism, though the rectangular pavilions reflecting the mediaeval French traditional forms.

Fontaine des Innocents, by Lescot, Paris. "The architecture of the fountain was inspired by the nymphaeum of ancient Rome. It was constructed by Lescot and sculptor Jean Goujon. Renaissance Architecture, France, Ancient Rome, Brooklyn Bridge, Fountain, The Incredibles, Construction, Explore, Paris
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Fontaine des Innocents, 1547-50, by Lescot, Paris. "The architecture of the fountain was inspired by the nymphaeum of ancient Rome. It was constructed by Lescot and sculptor Jean Goujon."

Philibert de l'Orme (Lyon,1505/10-1570, Paris). "Philibert de l'Orme was One of the most distinguished architects of early French classicism.  He studied the antique in Rome (c.  1533–36). Most of his work has been destroyed.  In his two architectural treatises, Nouvelles Inventions pour bien bastir et à petits fraiz (1561) and Le Premier Tome de l’architecture (1568), he explained the theories behind his practices." Architecture Antique, Renaissance Architecture, Chateau D Anet, Palais Des Tuileries, Book Perfume, Costume Renaissance, Saint Chapelle, Early French, Lyon
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Philibert de l'Orme (Lyon,1505/10-1570, Paris). "Philibert de l'Orme was One of the most distinguished architects of early French classicism. He studied the antique in Rome (c. 1533–36). Most of his work has been destroyed. In his two architectural treatises, Nouvelles Inventions pour bien bastir et à petits fraiz (1561) and Le Premier Tome de l’architecture (1568), he explained the theories behind his practices."

Courtyard and terrace of château de Saint-Maur. Philibert de l'Orme designed the château at St-Maur-les-Fossés near Charenton. It was an echo of the Palazzo del Té. Renaissance Architecture, France, Wikimedia Commons, Palazzo, Terrace, Saints, Castle, Design, Arquitetura
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Courtyard and terrace of château de Saint-Maur. In c. 1540, Philibert de l'Orme designed the château at St-Maur-les-Fossés near Charenton. It was an echo of the Palazzo del Té.

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Chteau de Bury - Castles, Palaces and Fortresses Miguel Angel, Madonna, 3 Reyes, Louis Xii, Charles Viii, Architecture Old, France, Fantasy Landscape, Bury
Madonna3 ReyesCharles ViiiFantasy LandscapeBury

00- Early Renaissance Chateaux-The Château of Bury, 1525, Loire valley (dem. 17th. century). "Around mid-sixteenth century, in the Loire Valley, a number of Renaissance chateaux were built. The early French Renaissance chateau, were evolved from the feudal castle of the Middle Ages. The plan of the feudal castles were generally irregular and shaped inward looking with defensive towers, and often with high-pitched roofs, because of the climate."

The Château d'Azay-le-Rideau is located in the town of Azay-le-Rideau in the French département of Indre-et-Loire. Built between 1518 and this château is considered one of the foremost examples of early French renaissance architecture. Chateau De Chinon, Chateau De Blois, Loire Castles, Château De Villandry, Loire Valley, Castles In Ireland, French Castles, Fairytale Castle, Versailles

Château d'Azay-le-Rideau

01-Early Renaissance Chateaux-The Château of Azay le Rideau (1518-24), Loire valle. It is a fine example of French Renaissance design. This building was an entirely new structure. There was no need of defense in this mediaeval form Château, but the windows are flanked by classic pilasters and crowned with entablatures.

Early Renaissance Chateaux- The ornamental bay of the main portal of the Château of Azay le Rideau Loire valle. Chambord Castle, Monuments, Francis I, French Castles, Renaissance Architecture, Visit France, French Chateau, French Cottage, French Country Decorating
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01- Early Renaissance Chateaux- The ornamental bay of the main portal of the Château of Azay le Rideau (1518-24), Loire valle.

02- Early Renaissance Chateaux-The Château of Blois (1519–1524), Loire valle. " At the Château  of Bloi, Francois I constructed a new wing on medieval foundations with an old-fashioned plan, but sporting a three-storeyed open arcaded loggia on its outer facade. This inspired by the contemporary logge of the Vatican. The most remarkable feature of the court facade is the great polygonal staircase tower that rises through it." Palaces, Chateau De Blois, Renaissance Architecture, France Europe, Loire, Where To Go, Paris Skyline, Facade, Places To Visit
PalacesChateau De BloisWhere To Go

02- Early Renaissance Chateaux-The Château of Blois (1519–1524), Loire valle. " At the Château of Bloi, Francois I constructed a new wing on medieval foundations with an old-fashioned plan, but sporting a three-storeyed open arcaded loggia on its outer facade. This inspired by the contemporary logge of the Vatican. The most remarkable feature of the court facade is the great polygonal staircase tower that rises through it."

Amazing double-helix staircase in the Château de Chambord, Loire Valley, France. The two helixes ascend three floors and never meet. In the center is an open air shaft that lets in light. Some believe Leonardo da Vinci designed the staircase. Architecture Parisienne, Chateau De Blois, Loire Valley, Luxembourg Gardens, French Castles, French Chateau, Stairway To Heaven, Paris Travel, The Places Youll Go

02- Early Renaissance Chateaux- The staircase tower of Château of Blois, Loire valley.

Amazing double-helix staircase in the Château de Chambord, Loire Valley, France. The two helixes ascend three floors and never meet. In the center is an open air shaft that lets in light. Some believe Leonardo da Vinci designed the staircase. Classical Architecture, Architecture Details, Renaissance Architecture, Chateau De Blois, Beautiful Stairs, Beautiful Things, Grand Parc, Stone Stairs, Wooden Stairs
Chateau De BloisBeautiful Things

02- Early Renaissance Chateaux- The staircase tower of Château of Blois, Loire valle.

The Chateau de Chambord, Chambord, Loir-et-Cher, France. This was the palace of King Francis I of France, who reigned during the early to mid (parallel to King Henry VIII of England's reign). Beautiful Castles, Beautiful Places, Chambord Castle, Chateau Chambord, Photo Chateau, France Wallpaper, French Castles, Château Fort, Famous Castles
Chateau ChambordFrance WallpaperFrench CastlesChâteau Fort

03-Early Renaissance Chateaux-The Château de Chambord, 1519-1536. "The Château de Chambord was designed by Italian architect, Domenico da Cortona, a pupile of Giuliano da Sangallo."

Early Renaissance Chateaux-The Château de Chambord, by Cortona, Loire valle. At the Chambord, Flamboyant Gothic combined with classical details. Day Trip From Paris, One Day Trip, Day Trips, Chambord Castle, Grand Parc, French Castles, Late Middle Ages, Saint Louis, Beautiful Castles
One Day TripDay TripsFrench CastlesSaint Louis

03- Early Renaissance Chateaux-The Château de Chambord, 1519-1536, by Cortona, Loire valle. At the Chambord, Flamboyant Gothic combined with classical details.

03- Early Renaissance Chateaux- Plan of the Château de Chambord, 1519-1536, by Cortona, Loire valle. "The internal layout is an early example of the French and Italian style of grouping rooms into self-contained suites, a departure from the medieval style of corridor rooms. The massive château is composed of a central keep with four immense bastion towers at the corners. The keep also forms part of the front wall of a larger compound with two more large towers." Renaissance Architecture, Historical Architecture, Layout, In Ancient Times, Loire, France, How To Plan, Wikimedia Commons, Fantasy Places
Historical ArchitectureFantasy Places

03- Early Renaissance Chateaux- Plan of the Château de Chambord, 1519-1536, by Cortona, Loire valle. "The internal layout is an early example of the French and Italian style of grouping rooms into self-contained suites, a departure from the medieval style of corridor rooms. The massive château is composed of a central keep with four immense bastion towers at the corners. The keep also forms part of the front wall of a larger compound with two more large towers."

Renaissance Chateaux- The spiral staircase of Château de Chambord, by Cortona. Chambord Castle, Renaissance Architecture, Late Middle Ages, Spiral Staircase, France, 17th Century, Louvre, Italy, Building
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03-Early Renaissance Chateaux- The spiral staircase of Château de Chambord, 1519-1536, by Cortona.

Francis I - brought about such huge cultural changes in France that he has been called France's original Renaissance monarch. Read more about renaissance in the reign of francis i in the Boundless open textbook. Renaissance Kunst, Renaissance Men, Italian Renaissance, Renaissance Portraits, Renaissance Artists, Renaissance Paintings, Renaissance Dresses, French History, Art History
Renaissance DressesFrench History

RENAISSANCE ARCHITECTURE, FRANCE; Francois I (Reign; 1515–1547). After the invasions of Italy by France, in 1500-25, Francois I introduced Frenchmen to the Italian Renaissance.

RENAISSANCE ARCHITECTURE, FRANCE, Fontainebleau; Cour d'Honneur at Fontainebleau (16th cen),  "During the first half of the 16th century, Francis I established his court at Fontainebleau outside Paris, where he employed numerous Italian architects and artists, including Sebastiano Serlio, Il Rosso, and Francesco Primaticcio. At the same time native architects, such as Pierre Lescot and Philibert Delorme, who had visited Rome, became the driving force behind the Renaissance movement in… Francis I, Renaissance Architecture, 16th Century, Back In The Day, Travel Photos, Rome, Louvre, Mansions, House Styles
Francis I16th CenturyTravel PhotosRomeLouvre

RENAISSANCE ARCHITECTURE, FRANCE, Fontainebleau; Cour d'Honneur at Fontainebleau (16th cen), "During the first half of the 16th century, Francis I established his court at Fontainebleau outside Paris, where he employed numerous Italian architects and artists, including Sebastiano Serlio, Il Rosso, and Francesco Primaticcio. At the same time native architects, such as Pierre Lescot and Philibert Delorme, who had visited Rome, became the driving force behind the Renaissance movement in…

04- Fountainebleau; Site plan of The Châteaue of Fontainebleau, near Paris. "The Châteaue of Fontainebleau was built by Francois I. The older château on this site was already used in the latter part of the 12th century by King Louis VII. The additions at Fontainebleau was begun in 1528 with a plan inspired by Poggio a Caiano. Renaissance Architecture, France, 12th Century, Thing 1 Thing 2, King, Paris, How To Plan, Inspired, Inspiration
ParisInspiration

04- Fountainebleau; Site plan of The Châteaue of Fontainebleau, near Paris. "The Châteaue of Fontainebleau was built by Francois I. The older château on this site was already used in the latter part of the 12th century by King Louis VII. The additions at Fontainebleau was begun in 1528 with a plan inspired by Poggio a Caiano.

 "The architect Gilles le Breton (d. extended the medieval buildings of which the principal survivals are the Porte Dorée, with superimposed logge. Renaissance Architecture, 16th Century, Golden Gate, Travel Photos, Madrid, Photo Galleries, House Styles, Medieval, Buildings
16th CenturyGolden GateTravel PhotosMedieval

04-, Fountainebleau; Porte Dorée. "The architect Gilles le Breton (d. 1553) extended the medieval buildings of which the principal survivals are the Porte Dorée, with superimposed logge."

Fontainebleau Castle (France) - Francois I Gallery Castle Painting, Mural Painting, Monuments, Francois 1, Historical Artifacts, Types Of Rooms, Grand Palais, Art Moderne, First Art
MonumentsArt Moderne

04- Fountainebleau; the Galerie Francois I at The Châteaue of Fontainebleau. "The Long Gallery at Fountainebleau, is the earliest example of a type of room which became popular, though its architectural origin and even its function remain unclear. Its interior decoration of c. 1533-40 is by Giovanni Battista Rosso (1494-1540- a Florentine artist).

Fresco with Classical Theme in the Francois I Gallery at Fontainebleau Chateau D Anet, Chateau De Blois, François Ii, 7 Arts, Paris Opera House, Renaissance Architecture, High Renaissance, Grisaille, Italian Painters
Chateau D AnetChateau De BloisParis Opera HouseGrisailleItalian Painters

04- Fountainebleau; Francois I gallery. "The French Mannerist style of interior decoration is known as the "Fontainebleau style": it combined sculpture, metalwork, painting, stucco and woodwork, and outdoors introduced the patterned garden parterre. The Fontainebleau style combined allegorical paintings in moulded plasterwork .