Publications

A. Maignan

Albert Maignan, peintre et décorateur du Paris fin de siècle

Forward by Alain Gest.
Authors: Véronique Alemany, Bruno Foucart, François Legrand, Olivia Voisin.

Published by Editions Norma, 2016
Format: 19.5 x 25.5 cm, 176 pages, 210 illustrations, hardcover
Price: 25 euros

An imperceptible painter fluctuating between naturalism - so in vogue at the end of the 19th Century – and melancholic works of art with touches of symbolism, Albert Maignan (1845- 1908) is one of the great and forgotten artists of this period. Celebrated and remembered by the Taylor Foundation and the Picardie Museum, which both accepted to share the artist’s heritage, Maignan finally takes the legitimate place among talented artists he occupied in Paris at the end of the century. Trained by Jules Noël and Évariste Luminais, Maignan became a faithful fixture of the French Salon des Artistes as early as 1867, with successful exhibitions that continued until his death. Reputed for his painting flair, reminiscent of grandiose decorations inspired by his numerous trips to Italy, where he discovered the classics of the XVIIth and XVIIIth centuries, Albert Maignan’s name is linked to the monumental construction sites of his time. He left behind a masterful and forever-vibrant collection: the walls and ceilings of the famous Train Bleu restaurant at Paris’ Lyon Train Station and Opéra-Comique theater, tapestries in the Senate building, the protruding spandrels of the Paris City Hall palace, the stained glass windows of the Saint-Philippe-du-Roule church… Appointed President of the Taylor Foundation in 1905, the artist would bequest his Parisian home-studio on 1, rue La Bruvère. Albert Maignan played a decisive role in the artistic life of Paris at the turn of the century, working with unceasing generosity to promote and protect artists.

Taylor

Le baron Taylor, portrait d'un homme d'avenir

By Juan Plazaola
The biography of Baron Taylor is a panorama of his role in running the Comédie-Française. Preface by Pierre Dux and Bruno Foucart, 1989.

Published by Taylor Foundation Publications, 1989
27.5 x 24.5cm. 527 pages, 249 illustrations, hardcover.
Price: 10 €

 

Expo 1846

Le baron Taylor, l’Association des artistes et l’exposition du Bazar Bonne-Nouvelle en 1846

Published by Taylor Foundation Publications, 1995.
22 x 24 cm. 300 pages, 135 illustrations

Price: 10 €

Published under the direction of Bruno Foucart, the souvenir edition of the exhibition, a major event in the life of artists of the XIXth Century. This exhibition was the biggest of the “free” exhibitions organized on the fringe of the Salon. The initiative was taken by the Association of Artists, an association of mutualized assistance founded by Baron Taylor in 1844. The uniqueness of the exhibition lay in its display of tableaux by Ingres, who boycotted the Salon from 1834 and by David who, after a loss in popularity due to the triumph of romanticism, was enjoying renewed interest in his work. The most vocal critics of the time, including Baudelaire and Thoré-Bürger, would salute this event.

Ambille

Images d'atelier, Paul Ambille

The universe of artist Paul Ambille (1930 - 2010), Grand Prix of Rome recipient, and “Painter of the Fleet” (Peintre de la Marine) by Paulette Ambille, life companion.
Published under the direction of Bruno Foucart. Photos by Vincent Godeau.

Published by Taylor Foundation Publications,, 2013
24.5 x 26 cm. 112 pages, 67 illustrations, paperback.
Prix public 25 €

 

Clem

Donation Clem

Official exhibition catalogue of the donation of engravings by Claude le Meilleur, aka Clem, (1930 - 2018), architect and engraver.
Preface by Bernard Galon.
Published by Taylor Foundation Publications, 2019

Price: 10 €

Hasegawa

Donation Kiyoshi Hasegawa

Official exhibition catalogue of the donation of sketches and engravings by Kiyoshi Hasagawa (1891 - 1980), organized on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of his arrival in Paris, in April 1919.
Preface de Claude Bouret.
Published by Taylor Foundation Publications, 2019

Price: 10 €

Hasegawa - Œuvre gravé

A propos de l'Œuvre gravé de Hasegawa

By Yves Dodeman, grand-nephew of the artist.
Catalogue (non-exhaustive) highlighting works by Japanese artist Kiyoshi Hasegawa (1891 - 1980)

Bilingual (French-Japanese) edition with biography and bibliography of works.
Published by Taylor Foundation Publications, 1998.
21 x 26 cm. 144 pages, 112 illustrations, black & white, color, paperback.

Price: 10 €

Frères d'armes de la révolution romantique

Frères d'armes de la révolution romantique

Letters from Alexandre Dumas to Baron Taylor and Adrien Dauzats, commented and annotated by Claude Schopp.
Edition enhanced with articles by Alexandre Dumas about Baron Taylor,
Published by Taylor Foundation Publications, 1993.
15.5 x 28 cm. 217 pages, paperback.

Price: 5 €

Autrefois comme un royaume

Autrefois comme un royaume

Once upon a time – the Languedoc Region through the Les Voyages pittoresques et romantiques dans l’ancienne France by Baron Taylor.
Official exhibition catalogue presented at the National Museum of the Château de Pau.
23 x 21 cm - 52 pages - 144 illustrations, paperback, limited edition of 1000 ex.
Co-Published by the National Museum of the Château de Pau and the Taylor Foundation Publications, November 2003

Price: 7 €

Dauzats

Adrien Dauzats et les Voyages pittoresques et romantiques dans l'ancienne France du baron Taylor

Published under the direction of Bruno Foucart, including letters by Taylor to Dauzats.
Published by Taylor Foundation Publications, 1990.

23 x 24 cm. 378 pages, 407 illustrations, paperback.
Price: 20 €