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Vue de la Halle au Ble et de sa belle Coupole
View of the Halle au Ble and its cupola, Paris, by Guiguet after Courvoisier (now the Bourse du Commerce). The original structure was built by the architect Nicolas Le Camus de MÃ”Ã²Ã¡â”¬Â«ziÃ”Ã²Ã¡â”¬â•�res between 1763 and 1767; and the cupola was erected by Jacques-Guillaume Legrand and Jacques Molinos in 1782-1783. Widely perceived as the symbol of governmental providence, the Halle au BlÃ”Ã²Ã¡was unanimously acclaimed for its sobriety and elegant structure. Partly destroyed by fire in 1854, it was transformed by the architect Henri Blondel and now houses the Bourse du Commerce.
Original size: 433 mm x 587 mm
- Image reference: PY6121
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Herschel Collection