Monday, August 24, 2015

Petit Palais - l'escalier



Petit Palais was built for the 1900 Universal Exhibition 
and became a museum in 1902.  
 
The architect Charles Girault 
is also credited for the wrought iron design 
gracing this circular staircase 
and the magnificent
 entrance gates.
 
 
 
Petit Palais 
Avenue Winston Churchill
75008, Paris
 

11 comments:

Debs said...

Beautiful!

黄清华 Wong Ching Wah said...

Very cold designs ! and a lot of maintenance required.

beatrice De said...

They orgenise many exhibitions there !
hello from Lausanne.

Danar O said...

Wow...! It really is a "marble-lous" work. No mention the iron work. Honor to Mr. Girault. The image is superb, a warm black and white, a portrait of light... Thank you so much, Genie.

martinealison said...

Bonjour chère Génie,

Cet escalier est somptueux... tout comme ta photo.

Gros bisous ☼

Revrunner said...

Hmm, just think about the weight being supported by those braces.

Harriet said...

What a wonderful photo! Love the graceful lines of this staircase. Not to mention the beautiful ironwork.

William Kendall said...

What a staircase!

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

Thank you for your comments today and over the past few months when I have not been true to my daily photo blog.

Merci beaucoup!
Genie

beatrice De said...

Hello Genie.
I have to *remettre l'église au milieux du village *. The work with the stamps you have seen in my blog * tricot.... * is not mine, but from a dear friend, living in Basel, Germann Switzerland. I have mention, I pic it up when I visite her few days ago. I admire it to, that why I have publish her work. Claire lise is working at Basel university and to get out of this intelect work, she go creativ verywell.
BUT... If you go ahead on the blog *tricot... bricolage... * you will see many, many things I have done ; sweaters I have created, fashion created to, imbrodery, and as well *bricolage, even ideas for Chritmass....
Please take a few time to look. I am praode. ( ? fière )

Big kisses from Lausanne, Switzerland

Alexa said...

I think you know I love this!