Historic site and monument at Nancy

  • Quai Choiseul was dug in 1863. The construction of this house dates from the same period.
    The architecture, carpentry and ironwork correspond to an earlier traditional style. However, the interior décor features wall paintings in a very innovative floral style that uses the themes and motifs of the Nancy School.
    The glass panels by the painter and glassmaker Antoine Bertin date from 1900. This series of leaded windows featuring simple glass and acid-etched glass with motifs of lilies, nasturtium, clematis, tulips and irises, in hues of purple, blue and yellow, is considered as a seminal work for the Nancy School’s art of stained glass.
    The house is open for visits all year round on appointment (guided 30-minute tour).
  • Spoken languages
    • English
  • Accepted customers
    • Individuals
    • Groups
  • Activities
    • Concerts
  • Rates
  • Free
  • From September 16, 2019 until October 15, 2019
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