Artisans work to correct flaws in marble in the famous Hall of Mirrors at the Chateau of Versailles. In 1919, the Treaty of Versailles was signed here, ending World War I. Extending 233 feet along the west facade of the chateau, the room features 17 large mirrors facing tall arched windows.
A week later, this artisan had moved to the opposite side of the Hall of Mirrors. The work is part of an ongoing restoration effort throughout the Versailles complex.
A door leading to the King's chambers is painted and gilded.
In one chambre at Versailles, stickers on the ceiling indicate where gilt and paint touch-ups are needed.
A portion of the ceiling in the Hall of Mirrors unaffected by ongoing restoration work.