Colonnade grove from the sky

Print signed 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”.


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 g

The photo is delivered unframed.

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