Raymond Isidore’s Picassiette

During our visit to Paris, we jumped on a train to Chartres (about an hour away) to see Raymond Isidore’s Picassiette. Isidore spent about twenty-four years decorating the building – complete with tomb and chapel – in mosaic. We took advantage of the sunshine and got loads of photos to share with you.

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Have you been the Isidore’s Maison Picassiette? Let us know what you thought if you have!

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