The Resource Exposition Universelle 1889 : domes des Palais des Beaux Arts & des Arts Libéraux

Exposition Universelle 1889 : domes des Palais des Beaux Arts & des Arts Libéraux

Label
Exposition Universelle 1889 : domes des Palais des Beaux Arts & des Arts Libéraux
Title
Exposition Universelle 1889
Title remainder
domes des Palais des Beaux Arts & des Arts Libéraux
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
fre
Summary
Collection, as issued, comprises 35 Albumen prints mounted to 30 unbound boards showing various stages of construction preceding the 1889 Exposition Universelle (World's Fair) in Paris. The collection primarily depicts the construction of the Palais de Beaux Arts and the Palais de Arts Libéraux and shows the various unfinished states of the structures themselves, the fairgrounds, and the workers involved in the construction. Each photograph is captioned, giving the location, subject, and date of capture
Cataloging source
BRL
Characteristic
picture
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Société des ponts et travaux en fer
Runtime
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  • Formigé, Jean Camille
  • Exposition universelle de 1889
  • Building sites
  • Building, Iron and steel
  • Construction workers
Technique
not applicable
Label
Exposition Universelle 1889 : domes des Palais des Beaux Arts & des Arts Libéraux
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Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Cover title
  • Most photographs measure 27 x 22 cm
  • The Palais des Beaux Arts (Palace of Fine Arts) and the Palais des Arts Libéraux (Palace of Liberal Arts) were designed by the architect Jean Camille Formigé and constructed for the 1889 Exposition Universelle in Paris. Originally standing on opposite sides of the Eiffel Tower, they were both demolished in 1897 to make room for new construction in the run-up to the 1900 exposition on the same site
Extent
1 online resource (1 album (35 albumen prints)
Note
Boston Public Library (Rare Books Department) copy housed in original four-flap wrapper as issued. The boards of the wrapper are halfbound in goatskin and pebbled cloth, with the title stamped in gilt on the upper cover.
Other physical details
b&w)
Specific material designation
remote
Label
Exposition Universelle 1889 : domes des Palais des Beaux Arts & des Arts Libéraux
Link
Publication
Note
  • Cover title
  • Most photographs measure 27 x 22 cm
  • The Palais des Beaux Arts (Palace of Fine Arts) and the Palais des Arts Libéraux (Palace of Liberal Arts) were designed by the architect Jean Camille Formigé and constructed for the 1889 Exposition Universelle in Paris. Originally standing on opposite sides of the Eiffel Tower, they were both demolished in 1897 to make room for new construction in the run-up to the 1900 exposition on the same site
Extent
1 online resource (1 album (35 albumen prints)
Note
Boston Public Library (Rare Books Department) copy housed in original four-flap wrapper as issued. The boards of the wrapper are halfbound in goatskin and pebbled cloth, with the title stamped in gilt on the upper cover.
Other physical details
b&w)
Specific material designation
remote

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