5 pieces of art from Versailles
This is on the ceiling of the abundance salon. It is a gold vessel that is in a large art piece that symbolizes immortality, royal magnificence, and the progress of fine arts.
This art piece was of Louis de France during a war. The objective of this painting was to show is participation in the war, although this is the only battle he partook in.
This painting is located in the coronation room. It is of the Battle of Aboukir and has a lot of attention drew to it since it is alongside to amazing art pieces by David.
This is on the wall of Salon between two doorways. It shows a perspective of the Gardens of Versailles to make it seem as if you are entering the gardens once you open one of the doors.
This painting shows the sacrifice of a Greek king's daughter(Iphigenia) which was preformed to ensure Greek ship's travel to Troy. She was saved by the Goddess of the hunt before it could take place.
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Palace of Versailles
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