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Koelkelberg à la carte
Dates:01.01.2050-01.01.2999
La Direction des Monuments et Sites du Ministère de la Région Bruxelles-Capitale vient de publier une carte-promenade sur la commune de Koelkelberg.
Bruxelles
Bruxelles. L’Histoire en histoires
Dates:01.01.2050-01.01.2999
Intitulé Bruxelles. L’Histoire en histoires le livre s’adresse à un public de plus de 10 ans. Abondamment illustré et présenté dans un format ultra pratique, l’ouvrage est, entre autres, agrémenté d’une ligne du temps qui trouvera sans nul doute sa place dans de nombreuses classes et chambres d’enfants. L’histoire bruxelloise y est détaillée en 44 chapitres, comme autant d’escales incontournables d’abord selon un axe historique avec les corporations, les enceintes, l’hôtel de ville, la capitale de l’Europe, puis par thématiques parmi lesquelles, le bruxellois, Magritte ou les femmes de poigne comme Gabrielle Petit, infirmière fusillée en 1916… L’idée est de donner aux enfants les clés pour apprendre et comprendre l’histoire de leur région. Les textes sont volontairement courts et rédigés dans un langage accessible aux plus jeunes. Des petites touches d’humour agrémentent çà et là la lecture et devraient même séduire les moins passionnés. Après un premier ouvrage grand public consacré à l’archéologie (Bruxelles mis au jour. Archéologie d’une région), et un numéro Hors-série de la Revue Bruxelles-Patrimoines intitulé Le Patrimoine écrit notre histoire, tous deux publiés en 2013, la Région de Bruxelles-Capitale poursuit sa volonté de présenter son patrimoine et son histoire en s’adressant au plus grand nombre. 98 pages
Hauterive
Charles L'Eplattenier
Dates:01.01.2050-01.01.2999
Si l’on a aujourd’hui une connaissance morcelée de la vie et de l’œuvre de Charles L’Eplattenier, cela s’explique par le fait qu’aucune publication récente et importante ne lui a été consacrée. Un seul ouvrage a été publié de son vivant en 1933 ainsi que quelques recherches ciblées sur son rôle de pédagogue dans la formation de son élève le plus célèbre (Charles-Edouard Jeanneret, futur Le Corbusier). Le quatorzième volume de la collection « Artistes neuchâtelois revisités » comblera cette lacune en permettant de faire le point sur la multiplicité des projets conçus et réalisés par l’artiste tout au long de sa carrière. Ce parti pris donne un aspect kaléidoscopique à l'ouvrage et a l’avantage de revisiter la production colossale, bien qu’inégale, d’un paysagiste, portraitiste, décorateur, statuaire mais aussi pédagogue, patriote et collectionneur. Plus d'informations: www.editions-attinger.ch/detail.php?ouvrage=1218
Lausanne
Grasset: Pionnier de l'Art nouveau
Dates:01.01.2050-01.01.2999
Publié par la Bibliothèque des Arts.
 
L'univers et l'humanité de H. Kraemer & collectif
Dates:01.01.2050-01.01.2999
Cet ouvrage dédié à l'histoire des différents systèmes appliqués à l'étude de la nature et à l'utilisation des forces naturelles au service des peuples est relié dans le style Art Nouveau - avec des plaques de laiton en médaillon sur les plats. Il s'agit d'un livre ancien (2ème édition) édité par la Maison d'édition Bong & Cie sd. (autour de 1900).
Paris
Egon Schiele
Dates:01.01.2050-01.01.2999
Egon Schiele, 1890 – 1918. Vingt huit années d’existence seulement, et une si grande influence sur l’art du XXe siècle… C’est ce destin d’exception que retrace la première bande dessinée de Xavier Coste – lui-même n’a que 22 ans lorsqu’il réalise cet album : la trajectoire tumultueuse et fascinante d’un météore de la peinture, tout en contrastes, en fulgurances, en excès. L’ouvrage se concentre volontairement sur les dernières années de la vie du peintre autrichien. L’essor d’un talent, d’abord : son parrainage confraternel par Gustav Klimt, son appétit de conquête et de femmes, son goût de la provocation, ses premiers succès. Bientôt suivis par ses échecs : brièvement emprisonné pour pornographie, Schiele se range, s’embourgeoise… Le déclenchement de la Grande Guerre, puis la disparition de presque tous ses proches achèveront d’éteindre sa flamme, avant que la grippe espagnole ne l’emporte à son tour. Un portrait biographique séduisant et personnel – et l’évidence d’un talent graphique à suivre. Source: http://bd.casterman.com
 
Rene Binet Art Nouveau Industrial and Architectural Designs - ebook
Dates:01.01.2050-01.01.2999
his first volume is dedicated to the 60 sketches of his industrial and architectural designs as found in the Esquisses décoratives. The sketches include a shelter, clips, rings, wardrobe, balcony, bench, jewelry, frame trim, electric buttons, decorative bricks, tiling, ceramic, capitals, keys, gates (wood and grilled), nails, corbels, towers, country decorations, industrial signs, finials, stairway, printed fabrics, ridgepole decorations, wrought iron, ironworks, fountain, frieze, weather vanes, door-knockers, lead inlay, gardens, lanters, chandeliers, showcases, stores, marquetry, embossed metal, mosaic, wallpaper, mast bases, hinges, ceilings, door plates, stencil, porch, door, rinceau, rosettes, sgraffito, seats, pedestals, carpet, needlepoint tapestry, trellis, tympanum, stained glass and arches and arcs. René Binet was born in Chaumont, Yonne [Burgundy region] on the 14th of October, 1866 to Savinien Joseph Binet, a railway tracklayer and Marie Grosset, a housekeeper. He attended the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts (ENSBA), from 1886 until about 1892, and was a student of Victor Laloux. Binet was an architect, decorator, and painter. Perhaps his most culturally significant contribution was his design of the main entry for the Paris Exhibition of 1900, a commission that he won. He is considered an artist of La Belle Epoque, executing his designs in the style of Art Nouveau. Two Paris addresses are associated with the artist: 6 rue de l’Abbaye and 33 rue Bonaparte. According to the Musée d’Orsay, René Binet “discovered Italy after winning, in 1893, the Chaudesaigues prize, which enabled young architects to spend two years there”. Along with Italy, Binet also traveled to Sicily, Algeria and Spain. The museum also attributes these trips to his interest in watercolor painting. According to the museum, he traveled frequently which provided him some relief from his rheumatism. In 1903, an exhibition, at the Galerie Paul Durand-Ruel in Paris, featured his watercolor paintings. His work was also greatly influenced by the research and illustrations of Ernst Haeckel. Gustave Geffroy, in his forward to Esquisses décoratives, notes that Binet viewed the Clathrocanium reginae as the most beautiful and a perfect representation of the richness and logic of the Radiolaria family. Geffroy also points out that it is the Clathrocanium reginae that inspired the design of the Porte Monumentale [main entrance] of the Exposition Universelle of 1900. You can see illustrations of these geometric and microscopic sea creature skeletons in the next volume of Binet’s works or in the separate edition of Haeckel’s works from delsc. Binet died in 1911 in Ouchy, Switzerland. A second volume includes some of architectural projects such as the Porte Monumentale for the Exposition Universelle of 1900, the Printemps department store and his many watercolor paintings from Versailles and the Trianons.
 
Eugene Grasset: A Passion for Design - ebook
Dates:01.01.2050-01.01.2999
This book is focused on Eugene Grasset who can be called The Father of Art Nouveau and who is also known to have had a great influence on Art Deco. Information about his work, life and and over 150 images are included in this book from http://www.ctgpublishing.com. Grasset was labeled by his contemporaries as a Universal Artist for several reasons. He understood a variety of materials, how each required a different approach and how each could be applied to the different branches of the decorative arts. Those who enjoy cubism may find themselves paying some tribute to Grasset’s geometric interpretations of nature. Grasset had many students including M.P. Verneuil, Mathurin Méheut, Augusto Giacometti, Paul Follot, and Paul Berthon. Louis Rhead has been quoted as owing his career to Grasset. Both Pierre Jeanneret and Le Corbusier were influenced by Grasset, the later being credited as a founder of modern architecture.
 
Ernst Haeckel Inspired by Nature - ebook
Dates:01.01.2050-01.01.2999
Ernst Haeckel was a doctor, marine zoologist, botanist, photographer, and an artist. He was well respected but controversial because of his beliefs in evolution. According to Edward Thomas Browne of the Linnean Society, Haeckel is responsible for many common zoology terms such as: Ontogeny, Phylum, Protozoa, Protista, Metazoa, Plankton, Coelom, and Gastrula. [...]he was a prodigious and vigorous worker. Students flocked to his classrooms at Jena, and his courses of semi-popular lectures on Evolution were fully attended by all sorts and conditions of people, from far and near. In the prime of life he was a fine, handsome man, with a strong but charming personality, fearless in expressing his Evolutionary views, which were by no means favourably received by the multitude, and attempts were even made to eject him from his Chair of Zoology. This publication includes biographical information from many sources along with 35 Plates that illustrate Radiolaria from his 1862 publication, Die Radiolarien (Rhizopoda radiaria) eine Monographie, a few from Report on the Radiolaria collected by H.M.S. Challenger during the years 1873-76 and ten plates from from Kunstformen der Natur. Creating Something Grand from Something Microscopic In addition to his works, you will also find highlighted a work by Rene Binet, the entrance of the Paris Exposition Universelle of 1900. Binet modeled the entrance after the Clathrocanium reginae. When you consider that microscopic sea fauna inspired a structure that used about 192 tonnes of metal and cost about 676,000 French fr., it certainly is worth viewing these illustration to see how they might be of inspiration to you. Radiolaria are silica secreting zooplankton. Their size can range from about 100 micrometers to what is considered a very large size of 1-2 mm. The weight gained during maturation of a single Radiolarian is 0.1 micrograms. The dimensions of the Clathrocanium reginae are, in millimeters: cephalis 0.03 long and 0.04 wide with a thorax that measures 0.08 long and 0.12 wide. An image is included in the upcoming pages.
 
Rene Binet Art Nouveau Architecture and Versailles Watercolors
Dates:01.01.2050-01.01.2999
This second volume includes some architectural projects such as the Porte Monumentale for the Exposition Universelle of 1900 and the Printemps department store. Also included are his watercolor paintings from "Versailles and the Trianons". See the first volume for a portfolio of his industrial and architectural designs. René Binet was born in Chaumont, Yonne [Burgundy region] on the 14th of October, 1866 to Savinien Joseph Binet, a railway tracklayer and Marie Grosset, a housekeeper. He attended the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts (ENSBA), from 1886 until about 1892, and was a student of Victor Laloux. Binet was an architect, decorator, and painter. Perhaps his most culturally significant contribution was his design of the main entry for the Paris Exhibition of 1900, a commission that he won. He is considered an artist of La Belle Epoque, executing his designs in the style of Art Nouveau. Two Paris addresses are associated with the artist: 6 rue de l’Abbaye and 33 rue Bonaparte. According to the Musée d’Orsay, René Binet “discovered Italy after winning, in 1893, the Chaudesaigues prize, which enabled young architects to spend two years there”. Along with Italy, Binet also traveled to Sicily, Algeria and Spain. The museum also attributes these trips to his interest in watercolor painting. According to the museum, he traveled frequently which provided him some relief from his rheumatism. In 1903, an exhibition, at the Galerie Paul Durand-Ruel in Paris, featured his watercolor paintings. His work was also greatly influenced by the research and illustrations of Ernst Haeckel. Gustave Geffroy, in his forward to Esquisses décoratives, notes that Binet viewed the Clathrocanium reginae as the most beautiful and a perfect representation of the richness and logic of the Radiolaria family. Geffroy also points out that it is the Clathrocanium reginae that inspired the design of the Porte Monumentale [main entrance] of the Exposition Universelle of 1900. You can see illustrations of these geometric and microscopic sea creature skeletons in the upcoming pages and also in the separate editions of Haeckel’s works from delsc. Binet died in 1911 in Ouchy, Switzerland.
 
Illustrations of Katsushika Hokusai - ebook
Dates:01.01.2050-01.01.2999
Selected illustrations of Katsushika Hokusai with a forward by Sir Charles John Holmes, former Director of the National Portrait Gallery and the sixth Director of the National Gallery, from his book Hokusai (1901). The prints include many from his Waterfalls series and Mount Fuji. Sketches and prints of birds, mice, flowers, snow scenes and beaches are also included.
 
Hiroshige Prints (Ando, Ichiyusai, Utagawa) - ebook
Dates:01.01.2050-01.01.2999
Selected prints attributed and Ando Hiroshige who was also known by Ichiyūsai and Utagawa Hiroshige. You will also find an introduction from Frank Lloyd Wright reprinted from his catalog dated 1906. Subjects are the ocean, waves, people, fish,birds, a cat, boats, flowers and mountains. The pine tree or matsu can be found in many of these images.
 
Art Nouveau Animal Decorative Designs - ebook
Dates:01.01.2050-01.01.2999
This publication includes translated quotes from Eugene Grasset and M.P. Verneuil along with ocean, fish, bugs, butterflies, and reptile Art Nouveau decorative designs by artists such as: H. Bellery-Desfontaines (1867 to 1909) Édouard Bénédictus (1878 to 1930) Maurice Dufrène (1876 to 1955) Eugène Grasset (1844 to 1917) André Herpin (1880 to 1940) René Lalique (1860 to 1945) Mathurin Méheut (1882 to 1958) Alfons Mucha (1860 to 1939) M. P. Verneuil (1869 to 1942) Henri Vever (1854 to 1942)
 
The Women and Cats of Art Nouveau Artists - ebook
Dates:01.01.2050-01.01.2999
A collection of prints from Art Nouveau artists with women and cats as the subjects of these prints. Artists include: Jules Chéret • 1836 to 1932 Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec • 1864 - 1901 Eugène Grasset • 1844 to 1917 Alfons Mucha • 1860 - 1939 Théophile Steinlen • 1859 – 1923 Louis Rhead • 1857 - 1926 M. P. Verneuil • 1869–1942 Paul Follot • 1875 – 1942 Paul Berthon • 1872 – 1909 Georges de Feure • 1868 – 1943 Edward Penfield • 1866 - 1925 Leonetto Cappiello • 1875 – 1942
 
The Library of Eugene Grasset
Dates:01.01.2050-01.01.2999
The September edition is focused on the inspirations of Eugène Grasset through the publication of library items. The pages included in this publication are from an estate sale catalogue. Although a little morbid, it does give the reader a clear indication of what he found inspirational. Arsène Alexandre quoted Grasset as saying -- “these are my friends of solitude and of work”.