Architecture in France, 1800-1900
The glories of 19th-century French architecture are captured in more than 170 photos and drawings, most of them in color, in this extraordinary volume written by the director of research at France's National Council for Social Research.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Government Buildings Prisons and Hospitals
Museums Libraries and Schools
5 other sections not shown
apartment buildings arches archi architect architecture Art Nouveau Baltard bandstands barracks baths Beaux-Arts became block brick built in France built to plans casino cast-iron cast-iron columns central Charles Garnier Chateau church city hall classical completed construction court courthouse courtyard covered markets decoration department store displays dome Ecole Ecole des Beaux-Arts elements engineer example exterior facade factory feet France French galleries Garabit viaduct Gare Gare Saint-Lazare glass roof Gothic grand Hector Guimard Hittorff Hotel industrial inspired interior iron Italian Labrouste Louis market halls masonry ment metal monumental motifs museum Neo-Gothic Neo-Renaissance Neoclassicism nineteenth century Noisiel Nouvelles Galeries Palais Paris Paris's Passage pavilions pediment Picturesque piers Pont prefecture Rationalist Renaissance River roof frame rooms Second Empire space spans stone structure supported suspension bridges tecture terra cotta theater tion town tradition train stations trusses ture urban vaults viaduct Victor Laloux villa Viollet-le-Duc