Another, slightly later view of Chenonceau by Constant Duval, again from a distance through trees, a recurring theme in Constant Duval's poster work. This time, the foliage is midsummer. And like the prior example, the view is at sunset, creating a colorful reflection through the arches of the bridge and on the surface of the river.
Though perhaps still not open to the public, the chateau could at least be enjoyed as a nice backdrop for a fisherman, as imagined by the artist.
By contrast to all modern references to the chateau as Chenonceau, Constant Duval's posters spell it Chenonceaux (the plural form). By the time this poster was created the railroad had become known as Chemins de Fer de Paris a Orleans.