5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Saltire stretcher
- Place des Vosges-
- a a type of wall decoration used in 17th century French domestic architecture consists of vertical bands of rusticated masonry which divides the facades into panels or bays
- b Three evenings a week where Louis XIV was "at home" to his court. Characterized by a formal informality.
- d Stretchers in X-form of Italian origin, sometimes scrolled or in serpentine form with a finial in the center
- e a heavy curtain hung across a doorway
5 Multiple choice questions
- a ceiling having a cove at it's intersection with the wall.
- French term for Private residents for French Aristocracy.
- A series of rooms that adjoin each other
- a room used primarily for exhibition of art objects; a drawing room.
5 True/False questions
Vaux-le-Vicomte. Architect- Loius Le VAU, Charles Le Brun - painter, Landscape Architect- Andre le Notre. Build for Nicholas Fouquet. →
Charles le brun - Painter
Ormolu → a gabled extension built out from a sloping roof to accommodate a vertical window
Louis XIV Canape → French Sofa or Fauteuil expanded to 3 seats
Hotel Matignon, Paris →
place des Vosges →