Nancy as a Center of Art Nouveau  Architecture, 1895-1914
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Penn Urban Doctoral Symposium

May 13, 2011

Co-sponsored with Penn’s Urban Studies program, this symposium celebrates the work of graduating urban-focused doctoral candidates. Graduates present and discuss their dissertation findings. Luncheon attended by the students, their families and their committees follows.

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  • 1. Nancy as a Center of Art Nouveau Architecture, 1895-1914 Peter Clericuzio Department of the History of Art
  • 2. Hector Guimard, Porte Dauphine M étro Station, Paris, 1899-1900 Antoni Gaud í, Casa Battlò, Barcelona, 1904-06 Victor Horta, Horta House and Studio, staircase and skylight, Brussels, 1898-1900 Examples of Art Nouveau
  • 3. Auguste Perret, Th éatre des Champs-Elysées, Paris, 1913 Peter Behrens, Wiegand House, Berlin, 1911-12
  • 4. Lucien Weissenburger, Lang House, Nancy, 1904-06 Emile Andr é, France-Lanord Apartments, Nancy, 1902-3
  • 5. Alsace-Lorraine, 1871-1919 FRANCE
  • 6. Lucien Weissenburger Georges Biet Emile Andr é A few of the Art Nouveau architects in Nancy trained at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts
  • 7. Lucien Weissenburger, Alexandre Mienville, Louis Majorelle, Antonin Daum, and Jacques Gruber, Brasserie Excelsior, Nancy, 1911
  • 8. Emile Gall é, glass artist and furniture manufacturer Statutes of the Ecole de Nancy, 1901 Louis Majorelle, furniture manufacturer and ironworker Antonin Daum, glass artist
  • 9. C ésar Pain, 53, rue du Maréchal Oudinot, Nancy, 1912 C ésar Pain, “Les Clématites,” 26, rue Félix Faure, Nancy, 1906
  • 10. K. Nar, Advertising Poster for Parc de Saurupt, 1901 Emile Andr é, Villa “Les Roches” Parc de Saurupt, Nancy, 1903-04
  • 11. Lucien Weissenburger, Bergeret House, Nancy, 1903-4 Monnaie-du-pape motifs on dormer of Bergeret House
  • 12. Jacques Gruber, Roses and Seagulls , stained-glass window, main stair hall, Bergeret House, 1904 Louis Majorelle, staircase ironwork in Bergeret House, showing monnaie-du-pape motifs, 1904
  • 13. Lucien Weissenburger, Magasins R éunis, Nancy, 1894-1907 Paul S édille, Printemps Department Store, Paris, 1883
  • 14. Lucien Weissenburger, Magasins R éunis, Nancy, 1894-1907 Central atrium
  • 15. Louis Majorelle, Lamps at entrance to main staircase, Magasins Réunis, Nancy, ca. 1909 Hector Guimard, Lamp at entrance to Paris M étropolitain station, 1899-1900
  • 16. Emile André and Paul Charbonnier, Renauld Bank, Nancy, 1907-10 Lucien Bentz, Jacques Pharmacy, Nancy, 1903
  • 17. Emile Toussaint and Louis Marchal, Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Meurthe-et-Moselle, Nancy, 1905-8
  • 18. Jacques Gruber, “Soda Production” detail of stained-glass window, CCI-Meurthe-et-Moselle, 1908 Eug ène Vallin, Fireplace, main conference room, CCI-Meurthe-et-Moselle, 1908
  • 19. Georges Biet, Biet House and Apartments, Nancy, after German bombardment of 11 October 1917 Pierre Le Bourgeois, L’Est R épublicain Offices, Nancy, after German bombardment of 1918