Once again I know nothing specific about these three timber framed (Fr. pans de bois) buildings in Angers.
They are 16th century because the upper floors are not jettied out over the street. This method of cribbing a bit more space was outlawed in the 1530s. The figures are quite naturalistic, typical of this period. Also typical are the strong horizontals dividing up the facade, and the prominent cross bracing.