Salon of "painted canvases"

The former presbytery of Savennières was built in the eighteenth century and houses a room called "salon of painted canvases", which gathers many oil paintings on draperies. It is estimated that…

Nataly Ourlin

The former presbytery of Savennières was built in the eighteenth century and houses a room called "living room of painted canvases", which brings together many oil paintings on wall hangings. It is estimated that they were made in the 1770s on order of the parish priest Halnost, in charge of the parish at the time of its construction, by the painter Marie-Louis-Claude Coulet de Beauregard. These paintings represent a unique work by the quality of their realization and their state of conservation. In particular, they were registered in 1987 in the directory of Antiques and Objects of art of Maine-et-Loire.