jean-édouard vuillard(1868–1940), the pavilions at cricqueboeuf, in front of the house, 1911. peinture à la colle on canvas, 212 x 79.8 cm. private collection http://www.the-athenaeum.org/art/detail.php?ID=103847
"Church at Carqueville" is modeled on the Church of St. Martin Cricqueboeuf: "'The Ivy-Chapel' is a small Romanesque church built in the 11th century which has probably replaced an ancient sanctuary. In the early 19th century due to lack of it is no longer maintained, ivy invades, roofs collapsed. In 1853 to widen the road on empute the nave of two bays and decreases the cemetery. In the 20th century it disappears under the vegetation."