Removal of the Cornice of the Constable of Montmorency
This important remnant of the French Renaissance, due to the architect Jean Bullant and from the Musée des Monuments Français, had been arranged since the second half of the nineteenth century in the Lenoir garden.
His removal is essential so that companies can access the Torpanne arch, which must be dismantled for restoration.
The cornice, impressive in its size and admirable in its delicate ornamentation, is being reassembled on a temporary base in Cour Bonaparte, where it will remain until 2023.
Evening with Guillaume Fonkenell, Tilhenn Klapper, and Alice Thomine-Berrada
Tuesday, March 29