Here are three more photos of the wall art in the church in Saint-Aignan-sur-Cher. Enhanced, of course. And frescos, only maybe. I think I'm nerdy enough to enjoy using Photoshop, but not nerdy enough to enjoy figuring out what the differences are when it comes to frescos, murals, wall paintings, and ... well, tags.
I'll be moving on now. But the artwork in the church at Saint-Aignan will probably just stay there — for another thousand years, I hope. If you like such art, there are fantastic examples at Saint-Savin-sur-Gartempe (86), and pretty good ones in the Prieuré Saint-Laurent in Palluau-sur-Indre (36). I'm told that another place to see in this connection is the church in Lavardin (41), on the Loir River not far from Vendôme and Montoire-sur-le-Loir, a ways north of Amboise and Blois.