9 edition of Hector Guimard found in the catalog.
by Delano Greenridge Editions
Written in English
|Contributions||Felipe Ferre (Photographer)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||402|
The designer of several Metro stations in fin de siècle Paris, Hector Guimard created one of the quintessential documents of French Art Noveau and remains the movement’s best-known proponent. Like his peers, Guimard rejected the domineering historicism in architecture and design, seeking to create a thoroughly modern ality: French. Hector Guimard, né à Lyon en , fut le représentant majeur de l'architecture Art Nouveau à Paris. Le Castel Béranger, un immeuble populaire construit à Auteuil entre et , le rendit célèbre du jour au lendemain, pour l'originalité de son style et sa conception globale de l'architecture et de la décoration, tant extérieure qu'intérieure.
To sum up the Hotel Mezzara was built in by Hector Guimard, the most famous French architect author of art nouveau masterpieces (the parisian metropolitan entrances for exemple). This building was ordered by Mr Mezzara, a H. Guimard’s friend, who was a business man (in textile industry and laces). Hector Guimard (Lyon, - Nova Iorque, ), arquiteto e desenhista industrial, francês, é muitas vezes considerado o mais representativo do movimento Art Nouveau francês. Guimard não é tão conhecido por seus edifícios, mas é muito lembrado pelo estilo das estações do Metrô de Paris, uma das marcas desta cidade (a maior foi produzida entre e ), onde usou o ferro fundido Morte: 20 de maio de (75 anos), Nova .
Hector Guimard French architect and furniture designer in the Art Nouveau style, who made an enduring contribution to public lettering by incorporating the distinctive letters “METROPOLITAINE” into his entrances to the Paris Metro, at the beginning of the 20th century. During this 4 hour art nouveau private tour you will walk along the streets of the 16th and 7th districts of Paris and discover the works of who are the most interesting architects of the Belle Époque: Hector Guimard and Jules Lavirotte.. Your Art Nouveau expert guide will explain you every detail of these buildings and also why, during the World’s Fair in , Paris showed the world that.
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Hector-Germain Guimard was born in Lyons in March He was the first of several major architects to be born that year, two months before Frank Lloyd Wright, four months before Henry Hornbostel, and nine before Josef Maria ality: French. Hector Guimard () has been Hector Guimard book as the most important French architect-designer in all the major surveys of Art Nouveau.
However, this evaluation is based on very few examples of his work. His only famous monument is the system of subway entrances designed for. Guimard, Paris, musee d'Orsay, 23 avril juillet Lyon, musee des Arts decoratifs et des Tissus, 25 septembre janvier by Hector Guimard and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Hector Guimard, in full Hector-Germain Guimard, (born MaLyon, France—diedNew York, New York, U.S.), architect, decorator, and furniture designer, probably the best-known French representative of Art Nouveau.
Guimard studied and later taught at the School of Decorative Arts and at the École des Beaux-Arts (“School of Fine Arts”) in Paris. Hector Guimard is the pre-eminent architect of Art Nouveau in France.
He influenced French architecture and design in the first half of the 20th century. He was also the architect of a number of Paris Metro entrances. He was regarded as an architect who wielded the greatest influence on the popular imagination in Paris during the Hector Guimard book 19th- and 5/5(6).
88 rows Between andHector Guimard was responsible for the first generation of. Hector Guimard. New York, Museum of Modern Art  (OCoLC) Named Person: Hector Guimard; Hector Guimard; Hector Guimard: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: F Lanier Graham; Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.).
Hector Guimard () French architect. Guimard introduced Art Nouveau in Paris. He brought it from Bruxelles in when he visited Horta. This visit has upset all the work he was doing on Castel Beranger. Guimard is the most important Art Nouveau archiect in France.
Nevertheless a large part of his works was destroyed. Best known for designing the Paris Métro entrances, Hector Guimard s most important buildings include Castel Beranger, Hotel Guimard, and the Synagogue rue de Pave. Like his contemporaries Antoni Gaudí in Barcelona and Joseph Hoffmann in Vienna, Guimard s work reflects the form, color, and light of turn-of-the-century Paris.5/5(6).
Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ferré, Felipe, Hector Guimard. New York, NY: H.N. Abrams, Hector Guimard (10 March – 20 May ) was a French architect and designer, and a prominent figure of the Art Nouveau style.
He achieved early fame with his design for the Castel Beranger, the first Art Nouveau apartment building in Paris, which was selected in an competition as one of the best new building facades in the city.
Hector Guimard was a notable French interior designer, prominent architect and best known representative of Art Nouveau. He was born on Ma in Lyon, France. Following the trends of 19 th century Guimard also studied at the École nationale supérieure des.
Hector Guimard (Ma – ) was a French architect, who is now the best-known representative of the Art Nouveau style of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
Guimard's critical reputation has risen since the s, as many art historians have praised his architectural and decorative work, the best of it done during a relatively brief fifteen years of Born: 10 MarchLyon, France.
Hector-Germain Guimard was born in Lyons in March He was the first of several major architects to be born that year, two months before Frank Lloyd Wright, four months before Henry Hornbostel, and nine before Josef Maria Olbrich.
His father was an orthopedist originally from Toucy, while his mother was a seamstress from Larajasse. A typical beacon light outside the entrance to a Paris Métro station.
ImageVia Pixabay licensed under CC0 (Public Domain). Although they are now celebrated as an iconic element of the. Hector Guimard.
Lyon - New York Born in Lyon inHector Guimard was an important French architect, interior designer and designer of Art nouveau objects. Hector Guimard studied from to at the École Nationale des Arts Décoratifs. The aesthetic of architect Hector Guimard (–) has long characterized French Art Nouveau in the popular imagination.
This groundbreaking book showcases all aspects of his artistry and recognizes the fundamental modernity of his work. Known for, among other things, the decorative entrances to the Paris Métro and the associated.
Buy Hector Guimard by Felipe Ferre online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 3 editions - starting at $ Shop Range: $ - $ The reputation of architect Hector Guimard (), who was celebrated for his innovative, elegant buildings, declined as Art Nouveau gave way to Art Deco.
Taking nature as his model, Guimard, lik. Art Nouveau- Hector Guimard 1. Art Nouveau-Hector Guimard Art, History and Society 2. Art Nouveau- Introduction This movement began in Europe in the 19thth century. The main focus of this movement was to modernize design. Hector Guimard. likes.
architetto, designer, principale esponente dell'Art Nouveau in ers: Hector Guimard likes. Pagina dedicata a promuovere le iniziative dedicate al centocinquantesimo dalla nascita di Hector Guimard per l'anno Followers: Title: Perspective View of a Villa Creator: Hector Guimard Date Created: –05 Type: Drawing Rights: Gift of Mme.
Hector Guimard Medium: Graphite, pen and brown and black ink on tracing paper Signed: In ink, "Hector Guimard." Paper Support: Tracing paper Inscribed: At top: "Villa à no.3/Vue Perspective." Exhibitions: "Five Centuries of Drawing,"no.
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