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    ART NOUVEAU, NANCY INVENTS A SCHOOL

    AROUND 1900, THANKS TO ART NOUVEAU AND THE

    MANY REMARKABLE ARTISTS WHO FORMED THE GROUP

    KNOWN AS COLE DE NANCY, THE CITY ACQUIRED A

    WORLD-WIDE REPUTATION. THE SCHOOL PLAYED A

    VERY ACTIVE PART IN FORGING AN ALLIANCE BETWEEN

    ART AND INDUSTRY. FOLLOWING MILE GALLS

    LEAD, A WHOLE GENERATION OF ARTISTS SOUGHT

    INSPIRATION IN PLANT-LIFE AND SCIENCE

    TO CREATE A NEW STYLE OF DECORATION IN STAINED

    GLASS WROUGHT IRON AND SCULPTURES, FOR

    EVERYDAY OBJECTS : GLASSWARE, POTERY, BOOK-

    BINDING, AND IN ARCHITECTURE : HOUSES, BANKS

    AND SHOPS. ALL GIVE AN EXCELLENT IDEA OF THE

    OUTSTANDING TALENT OF THESE ARTISTS.

    MILE ANDR

    GEORGES BIET

    ANTONIN AND AUGUSTE DAUM

    MILE GALL

    JACQUES GRUBER

    HENRY GUTTON

    JOSEPH HORNECKER

    LOUIS MAJORELLE

    VICTOR PROUV

    EUGNE VALLIN

    LUCIEN WEISSENBURGER

    ITINERARY 1

    IN THE HEART OF THE BUSINESS AREAFrom place Maginot to place Stanislas, this walk explores

    the 1900 business and commercial area: shops, banks and

    newspapers, plus hotels, bar-restaurants, theatres

    The Ecole de Nancy took advantage of technical progress and

    the fine quality of the existing decorative arts and crafts in

    the area to symbolise the spirit of enterprise, characteristic

    of the middle class at the time, by using stone, glass and wood.

    Chamber of Commerce and Industry

    1I LEst Rpublicain 19125 bis, avenue FochArchitect Pierre Le Bourgeois

    2I Les Magasins Runis 1925today Printemps and Fnac2, avenue FochArchitect Pierre Le Bourgeois

    3I Varin Bernier Bank 1906-1904, place MaginotArchitect Joseph HorneckerWrought Iron by Edgar Brandt

    4I Ensemble Poirel 18895, rue Victor-PoirelArchitect Albert Jasson

    5I Brasserie Excelsior 19101-3, rue MazagranArchitects Lucien Weissenburger and Alexandre MienvilleStained glass by Jacques GruberSculptures by Lopold Wolff

    6I The Margo Building 190686, rue StanislasArchitects Eugne Vallinand Paul Charbonnier

    7I Chamber of Commerce and Industry 190840, rue Henri-PoincarArchitects mile Toussaint and Louis MarchalStained glass by Jacques GruberWrought iron by Louis Majorelle

    8I The Houot house 19077, rue ChanzyArchitect Joseph HorneckerSculptures by mile Surmely

    9I Renauld Bank 1910today BNP 9, rue Chanzy 58, rue Saint-JeanArchitects mile Andrand Paul Charbonnier Wrought iron and furniture by Louis Majorelle

    10I Gnin Seed Merchants 1901today CCF2, rue Bnit 52, rue Saint-JeanArchitects Henri and Henry Gutton Stained glass by Jacques Gruber Ceramics by Alexandre Bigot

    11I Shop Vaxelaire & Cie 1901today Kiabi13, rue RaugraffArchitects Charles Andr,mile Andr and Eugne Vallin

    12I Dr Aims building 1903 today Societ Gnrale42-44, rue Saint-DizierArchitects Georges Biet and Eugne Vallin

    13I Vaxelaire and Pignot shops 1913 today Mc Donalds53-57, rue Saint-DizierArchitect Lucien Weissenburger

    14I The Arnoux-Masson house 1911-191324, rue Saint-DizierArchitect Louis Don

    15I Crdit Lyonnais Bank 19017 bis-9, rue Saint-GeorgesArchitect Flicien CsarGlass roof by Jacques Gruber

    16I Ginkgo Pharmacy 191538, rue des DominicainsArchitect Paul Charbonnier Interior decoration by Louis Majorelle

    17I Goudchaux shop 1901 today Crdit Agricole4, rue des DominicainsArchitect Eugne Vallin

    18I The Camal building 1904-19055, rue Saint-JulienArchitect mile Andr

    19I Casino des familles 19027, rue Saint-JulienArchitect Louis Lanternier

    ITINERARY 2

    LE PARC DE SAURUPTIn 1901, Jules Villard decided to create a garden estate

    Art Nouveau style in the area around his chateau. mile Andr

    and Henry Gutton, two local architects were commissioned to

    carry out his project for a fenced in, private park with a porters

    lodge. However, only seven of the original 100 buildings planned

    were actually built and sold. To relaunch the project, the villas

    were replaced by semi-detached houses, to cater to the property

    market and the park became part of the public domain.

    20I The Caretakers Lodge 19022, rue des BriceArchitects mile Andr and Henry Gutton

    21I Villa Les glycines 1902-19045, rue des BriceArchitect mile Andr

    22I Villa des roches 19046, rue des BriceArchitect mile Andr

    23I Villa Marguerite 1903-19053, rue du Colonel-RenardArchitect Joseph Hornecker

    24I Rue du Marchal-GrardArt nouveau Town Houses

    25I Villa Lang 1905-1906 1, bld Georges-ClmenceauArchitect Lucien Weissenburger

    26I Villa Frhinsholz 1908-191077, av du Gnral-LeclercArchitect Lon CayotteStained glass by Jacques Gruber

    Villa Les glycines

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    IN THE HEART OF THE BUSINESS AREA

    LE PARC DE SAURUPT

    LE JARDIN DE BRNICE

    PLEASURES AND DAYS

    OTHER REMARKABLE BUILDINGS

    MUSEUMS

    TRAM AND BUS ROUTES AND STOPS

  • OFFICE DETOURISMEPLACE STANISLAS - BP. 810 - 54011 NANCY CEDEX+33 (0)3 83 35 22 41www.nancy-tourisme.frwww.nancy-tourisme.info

    Visits and guided tours, citypass, shop, local products,

    handicraft, books, gifts, free booking for accomodation,

    tickets (concerts, shows...), entertainment, cultural agenda,

    events, congress...

    ITINERARY 3

    27I Muse de lcole de Nancy 1911-1912Once the villa of Eugne Corbin, a patron of the arts, it is now home to one of the finest collections of Art Nouveau in the world.36-38, rue du Sergent-BlandanAquarium designed by Lucien WeissenburgerStained glass by Jacques Gruber

    28I Villa Lejeune 1902-190330, rue du Sergent-BlandanArchitect mile Andr

    29I The Biet house 190741, rue PasteurArchitects Georges Biet and Eugne Vallin

    30I The Renaudin house 190249-51, rue Pasteur Architect Lucien Bentz

    31I Parc Sainte-MarieSite of the 1909 Eastern France International Exhibition (Alsace-style house)

    32I Nancy Thermal swimming pools 1910-1913rue du Sergent-BlandanArchitect Louis LanternierCeramics by Gentil-Bourdet

    33I Rue Flix-Faure Estate 1900-1910Architect Csar Pain

    LE JARDIN DE BRNICE This is a walk through the picturesque Parc Sainte-Marie

    part of the town starting at the superb muse de lcole

    de Nancy (cole de Nancy Museum). Here, the city slowly

    gives way to a more residential quarter with streets

    lined with family houses and small gardens. The period