Sunday, July 7, 2013

Chapelle Saint-Vincent-de-Paul III



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Chapelle Saint-Vincent-de-Paul


In one of the ornate chapels of this church, 
so unassuming by its exterior, 
is seen this serene statue adorned with a crown of gold.  


Under the left foot is a serpent which has been crushed.  
The backdrop has been styled to appear as a fine silk fabric.  
The details of this alcove are memorable.


bon dimanche




Chapelle Saint-Vincent-de-Paul
95, rue de Sèvres
75006, Paris
Métro Sèvres-Babylone
 
Previously posted here and here

10 comments:

Sylvia K said...

Memorable indeed and so is your capture for the day, Genie! Hope you're enjoying a beautiful weekend!
Hugs
Sylvia

Palomasea said...

A beautiful capture, dear Genie!
Thank you so much for stopping by chez moi... :)
And your father played the trombone? What a beautiful instrument...my DP is a trombonist by profession (unfortunately this is not how he makes a living)....
But what memories you must have...
A blessed Sunday to you, dear friend!
Bises,
- Irina

Tamera said...

Everything about it is beautiful.

M said...

The background and your photo of this chapel are exquisite! Bon dimanche!

petrolin50 said...

Travail précis et en douceur. Travail incroyable. Merci pour le gentil commentaire. Passez une bonne nouvelle semaine.

Starman said...

Nice.

Jack said...

She stands out nicely from the ornate background.

Randy said...

The lighting is perfect.

Daryl said...

beautiful

check out the paris snaps from our trip here
http://all-throughmyeyes.blogspot.com

Louise said...

Our current flat in Paris is very near this church, so I made sure to check it out early. It's amazing, the modest exterior really does belie what waits inside- thanks so much for the tip-off Genie, I would have completely missed it with out you.