The Theatre d'Eau or Water Theatre in the gardens of the Palace of Versailles, decorated with fountains and statues of the infancy of the gods, destroyed in 1779-80, in an engraving of 1689 by L Simonneau the Younger, after a painting by J Cotelle. Copyright © Collection Particuliere Tropmi / Manuel Cohen

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The Theatre d'Eau or Water Theatre in the gardens of the Palace of Versailles, decorated with fountains and statues of the infancy of the gods, destroyed in 1779-80, in an engraving of 1689 by L Simonneau the Younger, after a painting by J Cotelle. Copyright © Collection Particuliere Tropmi / Manuel Cohen

Copyright Collection Particuliere Tropmi / Manuel Cohen

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