The statue of Charlemagne, represented under the features of Henri IV
With the top of the altar, La Trinité, by Jean Dubois.
The statue of Saint Louis, represented under the features of Louis XIII
The origin of this vault goes up with the foundation of a convent of
The major part of this astonishing decoration dates back from Henri IV and Louis XIII. One is in particularly surprised by the pictorial audacity of the ceiling, illustrating the Redemption of the Man through paintings very sharp, "with a tormented composition" (Appearance of God with Noah, above the platform, Annunciation, above the chorus, and in the center the Christ of the Last Judgement, surrounded by kings de Juda, of the prophets and the virtues). The painting of the altar (1642) was painted by Jean Dubois, and represents the Holy Trinity at the time of the Deposition.