The chapel

This was originally the 17th century dairy, re-organised as a chapel by the last Count, who decorated it himself.

Front view of the chapel

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Front view of the chapel

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Front view of the chapel

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The interiors of the chapel were decorated by the last count de Savigny. The trompe l'oeil red fabric decorates the entire interiors of the chapel. There is an inside balcony for additional seating and the altar used to have a round painting which was missing but left a visible void. A painting was added more recently.

The back of the chapel with the balcony

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The chapel's altar as it was found in 1991 with the missing round painting

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The chapel's altar in 2018 with the new painting

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On the sides of the chapel are painted the names of the Savigny family.

The blazons of local families painted in the chapel

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The blazons of local families painted in the chapel

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The chapel was originally designed by Choulot on a visit to the property while designing the park.

Front of the chapel in winter

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Drawing of the front of the chapel by the comte de Choulot

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