Empire Style

The Hôtel de Beauharnais in Paris

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This monograph dedicated to the most spectacular example of Parisian First Empire interior architecture retraces the history of the building and the lives of its residents.

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ISBN: 9782080202727 Category:

Jörg Ebeling

Description

The Hôtel de Beauharnais, constructed in 1713, gained renown during the Consulate period. In 1803, Josephine Bonaparte acquired the property for her son, Eugène de Beauharnais, and had the building renovated and decorated at great expense. At the fall of the Napoleonic Empire, it was sold to the King of Prussia and became an embassy during the nineteenth century. With its unique Consulate and Empire décor, the palace is an invaluable specimen of Parisian interior architecture. The result of more than ten years of research and restoration work, this book recounts three centuries of European political history through the lives of the Hôtel’s successive owners.

Additional information

Weight 3250 g
Dimensions 27.3 x 36 cm
Publisher name Flammarion S.A.
Publication date 1 December 2016
Number of pages 348
Format Hardback
Contributors Edited by Ulrich Leben
Dimensions 27.3 x 36 cm
Weight 3250 g