Architecture, Architectural drawings, France, Palais-Royal, Oppenord
Architectural History and Criticism | Architecture | History of Art, Architecture, and Archaeology | Interior Architecture
Author links Oppenord's 'revivalist' attitude to the politics of his patron, Philippe II, duc d'Orleans, regent of France between 1715 and 1723. The author uses eight drawings by Oppenord, acquired by the Carnavalet in 1999, as well as others known, to show how the Palais-Royal and its apartments were transformed to be a surrogate Versailles. Includes a checklist of drawings and prints by and after Oppenord for the Palais-Royal (1713-1723).
Bedard, Jean-Francois, "Political renewal and architectural revival during the French regency: Oppenord's Palais-Royal" (2009). Full list of publications from School of Architecture. Paper 2.