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  • Le Petit Palais - Photographic collection of ornamental motifs - petitpalais.paris.fr
    ornamental motifs Anonymous Late 19th century early 20th century Prints on albumen paper on cardboard backing 35 8 cm x 27 1 cm The album Industrial drawing by Javet comes from the Forney library collection thirty photographic plates reproduce the plates of a collection of industrial drawings which was probably photographed in order to duplicate the original and facilitate its loan The 19th century witnessed a vogue for collections of ornamentations and commercial catalogues of products for the building trade This latter type of publication was closely linked from the outset to collections of ornamentations but differed in its end use the examples in the catalogues were designed to be reproduced by industrial means The plates in this album are numbered in continuous sequence possibly a feature of the original which seems to have been designed as a brochure for sale as is demonstrated by the concealed cover price What is the role of the photographic medium in the commercial use and distribution of this collection of ornamental motifs The Petit Palais building designed by Charles Girault lies at the heart of this new set of architectural issues its ornamentation was created using moulding techniques and the work of the

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  • Le Petit Palais - Two half-length portraits of the painter Camille-Félix Bellanger - petitpalais.paris.fr
    In 1 click Students Researchers Disabled visitors Press Corporate Partners Newsletter Two half length portraits of the painter Camille Félix Bellanger Maison Ad Braun Cie which operated under this name from 1876 to 1889 Gelatin silver prints on paper backed with gilt edged card 13 7 cm x 9 7 cm Camille Félix Bellanger Paris 1853 Paris 1923 was the brilliant student of Alexandre Cabanel and William Bouguereau at the Ecole des Beaux Arts School of Fine Art While working as a drawing teacher at the Saint Cyr military academy he depicted the Breton countryside and its inhabitants in his paintings and produced large canvases in the academic style idealising the reality of rural life These two portraits of the artist in his morning coat posing for a famous photographic studio testify both to the social recognition achieved by Bellanger himself and to the social status of the artist in Republican society There is no trace of artistic activity in these portraits which portray the artist posing as a dignified bourgeois figure They provide an insight into the process of photographic poses and studio portraiture which was so important in the late 19th century The Petit Palais collection contains an interesting group of artists studios in which famous painters and sculptors of the Second Empire and Republic pose in all their finery These studios are stripped of all trace of actual work and show the artists in formal wear striking professional poses A whole vision of artistic creation and the dignity of the artist is conveyed by these photographs disseminating the faces of famous men among which artists now feature Inventory number PPPH00565 and PPPH00566 Inventory number PPPH00565 and PPPH00566 Acquisition details Purchase 2009 This work is not currently on display Roll your mouse over the exhibit to view detail

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  • Photographic Collection
    this trend to re evaluate a former collection whose purpose had originally been utilitarian Using as a basis this core historic material which changed status by virtue of being added to the general museum inventory acquisitions were made targeting prestigious prints of major personalities in the collection Vollard Sarah Bernhardt etc or groups of photos tracing the history of the building and the Universal Exhibition in 1900 the Neurdein album a collection of photographs backed with cardboard etc Contemporary photography naturally found a home in this collection whose aim was to interact fully with the life of the building and the museum When exhibitions were staged the collection quickly incorporated an interesting series on the renovation of the Petit Palais by the photographer Flore and photographs by Bruno Barbey and Carlos Freire Areas for development Following in the footsteps of the Dutuit brothers major figures in the history of the Petit Palais the first line of research and expansion for the photographic collection is the reproduction of works of art from the past and present Collecting reproductions of works from the collection or other sources will enable a visual history of attitudes to art to be created and to offer a behind the scenes glimpse of the museum The theme of the background processes of art is a complementary one Using photographs of artists at work studios research is due to take place on the caster s workshop and the work of sculptors to enhance the collections and open air painters the photographic collection focuses on showing art in the making As a visual record of a prestigious venue the collection has as its goal to pursue one of its founding principles of focusing on the building and its context photographs of the Petit Palais are still of interest to

    Original URL path: http://petitpalais.paris.fr/en/print/841 (2015-11-09)
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  • Manuscrits et livres
    peuvent être présentés au public de façon permanente Ils sont donc exposés par rotation dans deux vitrines adaptées qui permettent d éviter une exposition prolongée à la lumière La première vitrine salle 35 est consacrée aux livres les plus anciens de la collection les manuscrits et les incunables c est à dire les livres publiés avant 1501 date adoptée par convention Trois exemplaires permettent actuellement d illustrer le thème de l Antiquité au Moyen Age et de montrer comment les classiques de l Antiquité comme la légende de la guerre de Troie ou celle de la Toison d or ont été source d inspiration pour la littérature médiévale La seconde vitrine salle 32 évoque le livre à la Renaissance Y sont actuellement présentés quatre livrets consacrés aux entrées du roi Henri II 1547 1559 à Lyon Paris et Rouen Les chercheurs peuvent être admis à consulter ce fonds de livres sur demande motivée adressée à la conservation et formulée au moins quinze jours avant la date de rendez vous souhaitée Image du bandeau histoireroialexandrebandeau jpg A SELECTION OF WORKS OF MANUSCRITS ET LIVRES Manuscrits Bailly Le Labyrinthe de Versailles Bellemare entourage de Hore Beate Virginis Mariae Heures Dutuit Gouvys Le

    Original URL path: http://petitpalais.paris.fr/en/print/1506 (2015-11-09)
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  • Base de données des oeuvres
    en place au sein des musées Le système s appuie sur le progiciel Adlib constitué d un ensemble de modules de tables et d un thésaurus La majorité des œuvres inscrites à l inventaire du Petit Palais a été saisie dans la base de données qui compte près de 46 000 notices d œuvres Cette base de données ou catalogue des collections patrimoniales est partiellement accessible en ligne via une interface web grand public www collections paris fr Les oeuvres des musées de la Ville de Paris de la conservation des œuvres d art religieuses et civiles du fonds municipal d art contemporain et d une partie du département de l histoire de l architecture et de l archéologie de Paris y sont référencées Catalogue en ligne des collections du Petit Palais Le catalogue en ligne des collections du Petit Palais compte aujourd hui près de 22 000 notices et s enrichit progressivement Certaines notices ont des informations minimales d autres sont plus détaillées elles sont illustrées ou le seront prochainement Plusieurs modes de recherche vous sont proposés recherche simple recherche avancée ou recherche personnalisée en mode expert Accès au catalogue des collections du Petit Palais Les collections en images

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  • The Tour
    it possible to see the connections between them Dutch paintings are displayed close to Troubadour Romantic and Symbolist paintings creating a vast panorama of Western art Contemporary art and design are not overlooked in the Petit Palais Since 1998 works by Zao Wou Ki collections from the City s municipal contemporary art archive and Patrick Demarchelier s fashion photography have been exhibited in the museum galleries These aesthetic echoes form part of the museum s cultural outline of providing the opportunity to experience beauty intelligent meaning and the desire to create Paris 1900 There was a unique variety of artistic life in Paris around 1900 Fin de siècle anxiety inspired the Symbolists Moreau Carrière By rediscovering nature the glassmaker Emile Gallé the architect Hector Guimard and the jewellers Lalique and Fouquet revived jewellery and the decorative arts and created the phenomenon of Art Nouveau Carriès and Cros were unique designers who blurred the boundaries between established and less high profile art forms Visionary enthusiasts such as Doctor Vaquez collected avant garde Post Impressionist works by the Nabis artists who were inspired by Japanese art The ancient world influenced Maillol and Renoir Several students of Rodin including Bourdelle and Camille Claudel moved away from the influence of their master Cézanne and Bonnard invented Modernism The 19 th century The beginning of the century is characterised by portraiture Boilly Gros The heralds of Romanticism Géricault Delacroix and Chassériau expressed literary feelings inspired by their travels Courbet brought a new perspective to the world and his realism is continued by Naturalist painters Roll Pelez Gustave Doré brought his unique approach to the revival of Christian art Outdoor painters ranging from the Barbizon school to Impressionism Jongkind Monet Pissarro Sisley revolutionised landscape painting Terracotta and plaster works by Carpeaux and Dalou complete this panorama of French nineteenth century art The 18 th century Four interconnecting rooms make up the Tuck gallery named after two major American donors They are devoted to eighteenth century art Amongst rich furniture tracing the development of Rocaille Transition and Louis XVI periods Sèvres and Dresden porcelain French faience English enamelwork and silver display the shimmering colours of the European art world Works by Boucher Fragonard Hubert Robert Greuze and David testify to the dynamism of French art in this era The 17 th century As a result of the bequest by the Dutuit brothers in 1902 the Petit Palais holds one of the major French public collections of Flemish and Dutch paintings from the Golden Age All the major names are represented Rubens Rembrandt Jordaens Ruysdaël Hobbema etc Two French painters who lived in Rome Poussin and Claude Lorrain keep them company The exceptional collection of drawings and etchings also donated by the Dutuit brothers features in temporary exhibitions Renaissance Renaissance art from Italy France and Northern Europe is displayed close to the antiquities galleries for educational purposes Paintings furniture ceramics glassware painted enamels medals clocks books and precious bindings mainly from the Dutuit bequest have been grouped together

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  • Donors
    to 17th century with 12 000 engravings including complete sets of Rembrandt Dürer and Callot as well as Isalmic Chinese Japanese artworks To this ensemble is added the fruit of the back interest on the Parisian building also left by the Dutuits which make it possible to regularly enrich the collection of pre modern art 1904 Georges Hoentschel gift 200 sculptures and ceramics by Carriès 1905 Jean Jacques Henner and Félix Ziem bequests 1906 Donation of eight paintings by Gustave Courbet from his sister Juliette 1916 Jacques Zoubaloff donation of paintings and drawings by Redon and Harpignies sculptures by Barye and Maillol and art objects by Husson and Cros 1921 Donation subject to usufruct of their collection by the American businessman Edward Tuck and his wife Julia Stell Linving in France the couple have constituted a collection devoted to all aspects of the 18th century tableware porcelain from China Sèvres Saxony watches English enamel Meissen figurines tapestries furniture sculpture and paintings The collection is put on display in the museum in 1930 1938 Donation of sculptures by Carpeaux from his daughter 1945 Bequest by Ambroise Vollard of paintings by Cézanne Renoir and Bonnard 1967 Donation by Jacques Soustiel of some twenty fragments of Carriès Monumental Door 1979 Donation of 50 paintings by Brokman from his son 1998 Donation of 200 drawings by Paul Landowski from his family With the donation of the icons collected by Roger Cabal mainly Greek and Russian 15th to 18th century the Petit Palais is now home for the biggest ensemble of icons in France Donation by the daughters of Charles Jacqueau a designer for Louis Cartier of several thousand drawings of jewellery 1998 1999 Paul Landowski 1875 1961 is one of the most ubiquitous sculptors on the Parisian landscape Saint Genevieve on the Pont de

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  • Museum map
    Wrought iron work I Stained glass windows from the Champigneulle studio J Facchina mosaics Download map PDF Tour itinerary The 19th century 14 Jean Baptiste Carpeaux 15 Carpeaux and portraiture 16 Realist portraits 17 Neoclassical and Romantic portraits 22 Historicism 23 Delacroix and Romanticism 24 Ingres and Troubador art 39 The Paris Universal Exhibitions 40 Dalou the sculptor The Renaissance 16th 31 Jewellery and precious metalwork 32 Italy France and Northern Europe The Classical World 33 Rome and the Roman Empire 34 The Greek World The Western Christian world 35 The Middle Ages and the Renaissance The Eastern Christian world 36 The art of the icon Arts graphiques 25 Graphic arts Paris 1900 1 The decorative arts in 1900 2 Carrière Parisian decorative murals 18 Moreau and Symbolism 19 Carriès sculptor and potter 20 Guimard and Art Nouveau 21 Vuillard and the revival of decorative murals 37 The Champs Elysées from its origins to 1900 38 The Petit Palais and its history The 19th century 3 Roll and Naturalism 4 Courbet and Realism 5 Dalou and celebration of the Republic 6 Doré and the Christian tradition 7 Monet and landscape painting 8 Cézanne and modernism 13 Sculpture under the peristyle

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