I believe in multiple choice
and the Pigeon-House, mixtures of Oriental and geometric shapes.
There are several gothicizing projects, such as the Dairy,
and the front of the Temple of Isis. The details of the latter, especially the decoration of the portal, are far more personal than the sober copies of most of the Gothicists. Yet the absurdity of mixing up different styles, indiscriminately, appears in the legend: Portail d'Eglise appliqué au Temple supérieur d'Isis, bâti par les Gaulois et conservé par François Ier; Ie quel fit revivre I' Architecture Grecque.
The Duke's Chapel was obviously inspired by Venetian Renaissance buildings . . . . . . that structures destined to stand in free nature should look as if belonging there:
For example,the Hermitage,
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