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  1. Académie Julian - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Académie Julian (French pronunciation: ​ [akademi ʒyljɑ̃]) was a private art school for painting and sculpture founded in Paris, France, in 1867 by French painter and teacher Rodolphe Julian (1839–1907) that was active from 1868 through 1968.

  2. List of faculty and alumni of the Académie Julian - Wikipedia

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    Rodolphe Julian (1839–1907) Founder This list includes notable professors and students of the Académie Julian , a private art school in Paris founded by Rodolphe Julian [1] [2] that was active from 1867 to 1968.

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  4. Category:Académie Julian - Wikipedia

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    Pages in category "Académie Julian" The following 42 pages are in this category, out of 42 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().

  5. Académie Julian – Wikipedia

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    Die Académie Julian war eine angesehene, im Jahr 1868 von dem Maler Rodolphe Julian (1839–1907) in der Nummer 27 der Galerie Montmartre (heute Passage des Panoramas) im 2. Arrondissement von Paris gegründete private Kunstakademie. Sie unterhielt im Laufe der Jahre mehrere Ateliers in Paris und bestand bis zum Beginn des Zweiten Weltkrieges.

  6. Talk:Académie Julian - Wikipedia

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    I recently added the {{alumni}} tag to the Notable studentssection. This generates the following notice: User:DDupardhas deleted this tag, with the check-in comment "removed unnecessary tag". I think the tag is appropriate. Firstly because there were six (now seven) redlinks in the list. Secondly, many of the linked articles do not provide citations for these people having studied at Académie Julian. Of the first five in the list, only one cites a source for this. Uncited claims in the linked articles may be based only on the list in this article. Also, the citations should be in this article, not in the linked articles. I propose to reinstate this notice. However, there is also the issue of whether we should have this sort of list. The list is of little use to our readers and is out of proportion in this article. Other articles on educational institutions do not have this sort of list. We currently list 244 alumni, and there are 367 in Category:Alumni of the Académie Julian. Wikipe...

    User:DDupard, over the last week we have discussed whether the lists of professors and students of the Académie Julian should be in a seperate list article, see Talk:Académie Julian#Notable students section and Talk:List of people associated with the Académie Julian#Status of academiejulian website. I am upset that you have effectively reverted my edits without continuing the discussion on the talk pages. This is the sequence of events: 1. I proposed transferring the list of alumni to a seperate list article, citing Wikipedia:Manual of Style/Embedded lists#Size. 2. You reponded with "Your offer to create a list page or link to the category is fine with me". 3. I moved the lists to a new article: List of people associated with the Académie Julian, with a link from Académie Julian. My check-in comment mentioned the similar List of people associated with the London School of Economics. 4. You pointed out that the new structure did not match the Académie Julianarticles in other Wikipedi...

    Note:advice below was rejected by one of the parties, so I prefer if someone else gives an third opinion as well. --Lemongirl942 (talk) 11:02, 5 October 2016 (UTC) 1. I had a look at the article and I'm not sure if we really need to duplicate the list. The organisation of notable professors and students by country can simply be moved to List of people associated with the Académie Julian. It can be organised and cited better over there instead of cluttering this article. As for the red links, how about moving them to a talk page and demonstrating notability. I'm usually hesitant to allow redlinks in lists because the notability of an article is usually unclear until it is created. --Lemongirl942 (talk) 08:41, 5 October 2016 (UTC) 2. Ping DDupard and Verbcatcher. --Lemongirl942 (talk) 08:50, 5 October 2016 (UTC) 1. 1.1. Thank you Lemongirl942, could you please indicate your alternative account? Thanks--DDupard (talk) 08:48, 5 October 2016 (UTC) 1.1.1. You mean an alternative user acco...

    Also note, (Repeat): references are included in each corresponding artist page so as not to have too long a references-section on the Académie Julian page--DDupard (talk) 11:34, 5 October 2016 (UTC) 1. That would have been perfectly fine by me: except that it is not the case here. Many of the articles are red links. I see that you have included links to the French Wikipedia. However, the notability standards differ across Wikipedia and what is notable on the French may not be notable here. We require references on "this Wikipedia". As for your concern about a "too long references section", that is the reason why I suggested that this should be split off to List of people associated with the Académie Julian. There really isn't a need to duplicate information on both pages. If you don't like the format at List of people associated with the Académie Julian, that can obviously be discussed or changed as required. But the data itself should preferably go there. --Lemongirl942 (talk) 11:4...

    The page was started on January 16, 2003, with the list appearing after a few edits on the same date. In my mind, it is also a matter of respect for what other editors have worked for, over the years. The point being: building, adding, organizing, continuing... --DDupard (talk) 21:11, 5 October 2016 (UTC)

    The reposting of the Third Opinion request has been removed (i.e. rejected) since a 3O has already been given and another opinion would be a fourth opinion, which is not available through the Third Opinion Project. As is made clear there, 3O's are not in any way binding and do not "count" towards consensus and, thus, disputants are free to accept them or reject them as they see fit. (And see my history of 3O's not counting as tiebreakers.) If you feel you need additional content dispute resolution consider Dispute Resolution Noticeboard or a request for comments. Regards, TransporterMan (TALK) 15:45, 8 October 2016 (UTC) 1. User:DDupard, I have reverted an edit by User:Primefac that preempted this discussion (in spite of the edit implementing my preferred resolution); in my check-in comment I asked Primefac to contribute here. As we have exhausted the formal third opinion process I am trying to recruit further help. I have left a note at Wikipedia talk:College and university article...

  7. Académie Julian — Wikipédia

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    L'histoire commence en 1866 avec l'ouverture par Rodolphe Julian et Amélie Beaury-Saurel, à leur domicile situé au 36 de la rue Vivienne dans le 2e arrondissement de Paris — dans un immeuble du passage des Panoramas situé au dessus de la boutique Stern— d'un atelier où il reçoit des élèves. En 1868, ils ouvrent un second espace de cours au 27 de la galerie Montmartre, à quelques mètres de là. Devenue l'Académie Julian, elle ouvre par la suite de nombreux autres ateliers. Pour capter une clientèle de femmes bourgeoises, est créé en 1876 un cours libre réservé aux femmes et où les hommes peuvent poser (en caleçon) en tant que modèle ; cette classe est située au-dessus de l'atelier réservé aux hommes. En 1880, est ouvert un nouvel espace réservé aux femmes au no 51 rue Vivienne. Deux autres lieux ouvrent également, l'un au no 31 rue du Dragon dans le 6e arrondissement, l'autre au 5 rue de Berri (8e arrondissement), lequel est appelé « atelier des Dames ». Puis est ouvert, près de Pigal...

    Sources

    1. Les archives de l'Académie sont conservées aux Archives nationales à Pierrefitte-sur-Seine, sous la cote 63AS : inventaire du fonds 63AS[archive].

    Bibliographie

    1. Martine Hérold, L’Académie Julian a cent ans, 1968 [brochure commémorative des 100 années de l'Académie Julian] 2. (en) Catherine Fehrer, « New Light on the Académie Julian and its founder (Rodolphe Julian) », in La Gazette des Beaux-Arts, mai-juin 1984. 3. (en) Catherine Fehrer, The Julian Academy, Paris, 1868-1939 : spring exhibition, 1989, essays by Catherine Fehrer ; exhibition organized by Robert and Elisabeth Kashey, New York, N.Y. (21 E. 84th St., New York) : Shepherd Gallery, vers...

    Liens externes

    1. Notices d'autorité : 1.1. Fichier d’autorité international virtuel 1.2. International Standard Name Identifier 1.3. Bibliothèque nationale de France (données) 1.4. Archives nationales (France) 1.5. Système universitaire de documentation 1.6. Bibliothèque du Congrès 1.7. Gemeinsame Normdatei 1.8. Bibliothèque nationale tchèque 1.9. WorldCat Id 1.10. WorldCat 2. Quelques artistes brésiliens de l'Académie Julian[archive]sur dezenovevinte.net 3. Élèves et professeurs de l'Académie Julian[archi...

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  8. Category:Alumni of the Académie Julian - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Students of the Académie Julian art school in Paris.

  9. Académie Julian – Wikipedia

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    Académie Julian var en privat konstskola i Paris. Académie Julian grundades 1868 av målaren Rodolphe Julian (1839–1907) som ett privat alternativ till den statligt understödda École des Beaux-Arts, som inte tillät kvinnliga studenter. Skolan hade adressen 27, Galerie Montmartre, numera Passage des Panoramas, i 2:a arrondissement.

  10. Academia Julian – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

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    Situada a princípio na passage des Panoramas e tendo a particularidade de aceitar a inscrição de mulheres desde o início dos anos 1870, a Academia Julian abriu a seguir dois outros ateliês, um na rue du Dragon, o outro na rue Vivienne. A partir de então o empreendimento só fez crescer: por volta de 1890, Julian contava com não menos do que cinco estúdios para homens e quatro para mulheres, espalhados em locais estratégicos de Paris. Pela qualidade de seus professores, a Academia Julian adquiriu rapidamente uma certa notoriedade. Ela pôde assim apresentar seus alunos ao prix de Roma, ao mesmo tempo em que servia de trampolim àqueles que ambicionavam expor nos Salons ou se lançar em uma carreira artística independente. A disciplina não era, todavia, o seu ponto forte. Os estudantes, na maioria das vezes deixados a si mesmos, se faziam notar por seus embustes e seus desfiles nas ruas de Paris, os escândalos se sucedendo até a plena Belle Époque. Isso não impediu que um grupo de jovens...

    FEHER, Catherine. “New Light on the Académie Julian and its founder (Rodolphe Julian). In: Gazette des Beaux-Arts, maio/junho, 1984.
    xx. “Women at the Académie Julian in Paris”. In: The Burlington Magazine, Londres, cxxxvi (1100), novembro, 1994.
    HEROLD, Martine. L’Académie Julian à cents ans. França: Biblioteca Nacional, 1968. (Brochura comemorativa dos 100 anos da Academie Julian).
    Gabriel P. Weisberg et Jane R. Becker (editores). Overcoming All Obstacles: The Women of the Académie Julian. Dahesh Museum, New Brunswick, Rutgers University Press, New Jersey, 1999.
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