Renaissance Art. France. 16th century. Castle of Chambord. Attributed to Domenico da Cortona  (ca 1465- ca 1549). Built by order of King Francis I between 1519-1539, along the river Closson. Exterior. Northwest façade. Loire Valley.
RMGEPN1JRenaissance Art. France. 16th century. Castle of Chambord. Attributed to Domenico da Cortona (ca 1465- ca 1549). Built by order of King Francis I between 1519-1539, along the river Closson. Exterior. Northwest façade. Loire Valley.
.  English: Engraving from Le premier volume des plus excellents Bastiments de France by Jacques I Androuet du Cerceau, showing the northwest facade of the Château de Chambord  . 1576. Bastiments v1 (Gregg 1972 p32) - Chambord northwest facade
RMMMMMT4. English: Engraving from Le premier volume des plus excellents Bastiments de France by Jacques I Androuet du Cerceau, showing the northwest facade of the Château de Chambord . 1576. Bastiments v1 (Gregg 1972 p32) - Chambord northwest facade
Château de Chambord,  Chambord, Loir-et-Cher, France,
RM2CB83YCChâteau de Chambord, Chambord, Loir-et-Cher, France,
Renaissance Art. France. 16th century. Castle of Chambord. Attributed to Domenico da Cortona  (ca 1465- ca 1549). Built by order of King Francis I between 1519-1539, along the river Closson. Exterior. Northwest façade. Loire Valley.
RMGEPN1KRenaissance Art. France. 16th century. Castle of Chambord. Attributed to Domenico da Cortona (ca 1465- ca 1549). Built by order of King Francis I between 1519-1539, along the river Closson. Exterior. Northwest façade. Loire Valley.
Chateau de Chambord, panoramic view of the Northwest facade of the largest royal Renaissance french castle in Loire Valley, France
RFR01DMYChateau de Chambord, panoramic view of the Northwest facade of the largest royal Renaissance french castle in Loire Valley, France
Château de Chambord,  Chambord, Loir-et-Cher, France,
RM2CB85K0Château de Chambord, Chambord, Loir-et-Cher, France,
Renaissance Art. France. 16th century. Castle of Chambord. Attributed to Domenico da Cortona  (ca 1465- ca 1549). Built by order of King Francis I between 1519-1539, along the river Closson. Exterior. Northwest fac ade. Loire Valley.
RMPNWJTPRenaissance Art. France. 16th century. Castle of Chambord. Attributed to Domenico da Cortona (ca 1465- ca 1549). Built by order of King Francis I between 1519-1539, along the river Closson. Exterior. Northwest fac_ade. Loire Valley.
Northwest façade of the Château de Chambord
RFM0G5KFNorthwest façade of the Château de Chambord
Château de Chambord,  Chambord, Loir-et-Cher, France,
RM2CB86F2Château de Chambord, Chambord, Loir-et-Cher, France,
Renaissance Art. France. 16th century. Castle of Chambord. Attributed to Domenico da Cortona  (ca 1465- ca 1549). Built by order of King Francis I between 1519-1539, along the river Closson. Exterior. Northwest fac ade. Loire Valley.
RMPNWJNFRenaissance Art. France. 16th century. Castle of Chambord. Attributed to Domenico da Cortona (ca 1465- ca 1549). Built by order of King Francis I between 1519-1539, along the river Closson. Exterior. Northwest fac_ade. Loire Valley.
Château de Chambord,  Chambord, Loir-et-Cher, France,
RM2CB83XEChâteau de Chambord, Chambord, Loir-et-Cher, France,
Château de Chambord,  Chambord, Loir-et-Cher, France,
RM2CB85X5Château de Chambord, Chambord, Loir-et-Cher, France,