hotel guimard paris
Map of the Hotel Guimard, with a theater above the entrance. Marie-Madeleine Guimard was a ballerina at the Paris Opera and earned 600 Francs per year. She made her fortune as mistress of the Prince de Soubise and had a hôtel particulier, or mansion, in Pantin, a Paris suburb. It boasted its own theater.
Hotel Guimard by Hector Guimard architect, at Paris, France, 1912, architecture in the Great Buildings Online.
LE CASTEL BERANGER, 14 rue Jean de La Fontaine, 16th arrondissement. Despite strong protests from a public shocked by the exuberance of the style, Guimard get with the Castel Beranger the first prize for the most beautiful facade of Paris. This building, behind the success of Guimard, is also considered as Art Nouveau founding work.
Hôtel Guimard, dessin de Jean-Baptiste Maréchal Marie-Madeleine Guimard was a ballerina at the Paris Opera and earned 600 Francs per year. She made her fortune as mistress of the Prince de Soubise and had a hôtel particulier, or mansion, in Pantin, a Paris suburb.
Hector Guimard (1867-1942) Born in Lyon, Guimard attended the Ecole Nationale Superieure des Arts Decoratifs in Paris, (1882-85), where he absorbed the theories of the great medievalist restorer and designer Eugene Viollet-le-Duc. In 1885 he continued his studies at the Ecole des Beaux Arts in Paris,...
Photograph, Partial View of Mme Guimard's Bedroom, Hôtel Guimard, 122 rue Mozart, Paris XVI, ca. 1909 (CH 18411073-2).jpg 3,000 × 2,108; 4.42 MB Photograph, Photograph of a Clock Designed by Hector Guimard within His House, 22 Rue Mozart, ca. 1910 (CH 18411109).jpg 3,079 × 4,096; 12.14 MB
"An architectural image of Hotel Guimard in the Great Buildings Online." "Hotel Guimard designed by Hector Guimard. Hector Guimard was an architect, who is now the best-known representative of the French Art Nouveau style of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
Early life. He remained there until 1900. In 1893 he designed the lettering and street numbers for the Hotel Villa de la Réunion at 142 avenue de Versailles, Paris, which were produced for him by the ceramicist Emile Muller. The following year Guimard visited the Hôtel Tassel in Brussels, designed by Victor Horta,...
Hector Guimard & the Paris Metro Paris wasn't the first city to have an underground system, that was London, but the 1900 Paris Exposition was a reason to show the world that Paris, too, could build an efficient mode of mass transportation. In 1898 ... Includes pick-up at your Paris hotel.