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  • For more information please visit the galerie Lakaye website.

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  • Elle saisit une enveloppe contenant une invitation pour un vernissage rue Saint-Denis, à la galerie

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  • Twenty years later, also in the rue de Charenton in Paris, I discovered the art brut gallery operated by Christian Oberst, La galerie d'objet trouve.

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  • The grande galerie, as it came to be known, jutted out at a perpendicular angle to the château proper.

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  • Source: Jean Guillaume, "La galerie dans le chateau français: place et fonction," Revue de l'Art 1993, 1021: 32-42.

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  • Henri IV was said to have constructed the grande galerie at the Louvre so that he could "stroll and watch what was going on on the Seine."

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  • Look in the galerie at tyhe two shots at the "bistro" with the red-brown slanted roof, and look at the furniture shadows.

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  • Samuel de la chasse-galerie, Michel J. Lévesque (Médiaspaul)

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  • On its tower right, alongside human-sized grotesques in the galerie des chimères, Viollet-le-Duc built a retaining wall of open quatrefoils in the mid-nineteenth century.

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  • Indeed, one feels quite at home dans la galerie des glaces - the Hall of Mirrors, et aupres des grandes eaux in the garden without.



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