The Pont des Arts with the Louvre and Tuileries from the Quai Conti, by David Cox, features in The Discovery of Paris, a book by Stephen Duffy. The book accompanies an exhibition at the Wallace Collection, London.
Gallery of Le Quai des Arts in Argentan / Architecture Patrick Mauger - 5
Argentan’s Cultural Center: French Arts Development - design by Architecture Patrick Mauger - arts complex in Argentan, France, architecture, images, building
The Pont des Arts and the Louvre from the Quai Conti (Watercolour)
Bibliothèque Mazarine, or Mazarin Library-- is located within the Palais de l'insitut de France, or the Palace of the Institute of France, at 23 quai de Conti in the 6th arrondissement, on the Left Bank of the Seine facing the Pont des Arts and the Louvre. Originally created by Cardinal Mazarin as his personal library in the 17th century, it today has one of the richest collections of rare books and manuscripts in France, and is the oldest public library in the country.
Paris Unadorned: Black and White Portraits of the City of Light, 1946