Arts and heritage

Art nouveau

Here, the 18th century is everywhere. From the Abbaye des Prémontrés to the royal Place Stanislas, the Château des Lumières at Lunéville to the National Stud at Rosières-aux-Salines, and so on. So many exceptional historical sites, classed as UNESCO world heritage sites.

The Ecole de Nancy was founded here, spearhead of the Art Nouveau movement in France. Great artists from Lorraine, Emile Gallé at the forefront, expressed their vision of this decorative art inspired by nature, in architecture, glass and crystal ware, stained-glass windows, metalwork, and even cabinet making

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ST. JOAN OF ARC'S CHURCH
Region Lunévillois
Close to Lunéville

ST. JOAN OF ARC'S CHURCH

The first church in the world built in honour of Joan of Arc, it includes a collection of 28 superb stained glass windows marked by Art Nouveau, which constitute the most important Johannine cycle in France. With its castle-shaped architecture,…
Region Nancy et Couronne
Close to Nancy

MAISON LUC - ART NOUVEAU HOUSE

1901-1902 Architect: Jacques-René Hermant (1855-1930) Maison Luc is a large mansion house with a classical design. It was built by Jacques-René Hermant for one of the Luc brothers, Victor Luc, who ran a tannery and currier business and a…