This detailed perspective map looks northwest over Versailles from the Court of Honor. The view extends beyond the palace to the gardens, their fountains and the Grand Canal, where the Ancien Régime once held boating parties. It was published in 1682, the year Versailles became the principal royal residence of France, as part of a volume titled Perelle Engravings of Paris, Royal Residences, Chateaux of France with Additional Engravings by Silvestre and Aveline.
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Gabriel Perelle : “A General View of Versailles as Seen in the Present Year 1682” (1682)
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