I think you are probably going to have to enlarge these pictures to see them properly. I took them today when I visited Fontainebleau and couldn't resist showing a couple of oddities. The more normal, if you can call such opulence normal, will have to wait until a later post.
I can't find out anything about this painting, but it looks as though it must be Diana the Huntress. It's a fairly safe guess because Fontainebleau is full of Diana, in deference to Diane of Poitiers. Am I the only person to find the picture odd? Don't you think she looks rather, umm, manly?
A statue entitled "Nature" by Nicollò Pericoli. 360 degrees of breasts and in triplicate. He must be a breast man. It is intended to illustrate the endless productivity of the earth.