View of the Villa Eugénie, in Biarritz. Built as a holiday home for the Empress in 1855. Today it has been rebuilt as the Hôtel du Palais. This is numbered 112, as part of an unnamed series. Possibly this was part of Lamy's Résidences impériales series? The size, style, and coloring are all very similar to Lamy's views, but the bonapartist bees are absent. Perhaps this was published after the fall of the Second Empire? Title printed on front.
From the private collection of James L. Woods (University of Wisconsin–Madison. Libraries).