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. Art in France. riC. 505.—DE LA FOSSE. TRIUMPHOF BACCHUS. I The Louvre, Paris.) but the architects of the day did notalways see that it was absurd, inbuilding, to adopt the forms of carvedwoodwork, engraved metal, or FIG. 506.—F.-T. DE TROY.THE OYSTER FEAST. (Conde Museum, Chantilly.) moulded potterv. The chapelat Versailles is a good exampleof the limits within which it ispermissible to enliven the Jesuitstvle without making it abso-lutely profane. Versailles wasnot, like the Escurial, a kingsmonastery, a palace built rounda church. It was a country-house, enlarged to contain theCourt and th

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