Renaissance Great Hall © château du Clos Lucé


Castle of Clos Lucé

Castle of Clos Lucé
Amboise, France

This hall was Leonardo da Vinci's reception room. He could entertain François I, important persons of the kingdom, and the artists who came to visit him. Skilled craftsmen, working in wood, stone and stained glass, using the same methods as their ancestors, have restored the XVth century decor. The throne chair, chests and tapestries are those the inabitants of this house would have known. All the fusnishing date frome the Renaissance.


  • Title: Renaissance Great Hall © château du Clos Lucé
  • Date: 1600 - 1990
  • Date Created: 2019
  • Hall: Château du Clos Lucé
  • Culture: French Renaissance
  • Provenance: Château du Clos Lucé
  • Type: Room
  • Rights: Collection Château du Clos Lucé
  • Medium: Painted murals, oak beams, pink bricks and tufa stone

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