The Pavillon de Blois

  • Pavillon de Blois
  • Plafond de la pièce de repos
Pavillon de BloisPlafond de la pièce de repos


The Pavillon de Blois is the last trace of a property acquired by Mademoiselle de Blois, the legitimate daughter of Louis XIV and Mademoiselle de la Vallière in September 1711. She stayed there until 1716.
The small pavilion known as the Blois pavilion, which remains in the garden, was part of the outbuildings of this residence.

Inside, in a room of about 15 m2, one discovers paintings on the theme of hunting and nature, which were much loved in the early 18th century.

A small cabinet next door, probably a bathing room, is entirely covered with blue cameo paintings.

All these decorations were inspired by the works of Jean Berain (1640-1711) and Claude III Audran (1658-1734).
In this property, imagine a park with a reservoir, an ice house, all overlooking the Seine!

Site classified as a historical monument in 1980ng the Seine.
General information
  • Type of culturel patrimony :
    • Historic site and monument
  • Historical patrimony :
    • Historic patrimony
    • House
  • Period :
    • 18th C
The Pavillon de Blois
27 quai Georges Clémenceau
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