Talk:École des Beaux-Arts

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IPA symbols[edit]

the IPA symbols for "ecole" and "art" are wrong

the "o" is a more open vowel whereas the "a" is a front vowel, can somebody change it?—Preceding unsigned comment added by (talkcontribs)


Is architecture spelled incorrectly after all of the alumni on purpose? I was going to fix it and then maybe figured I'm just clueless. —Cleared as filed. 04:25, 6 January 2007 (UTC)

Notable instructors and alumni[edit]

Notable people are listed both here and at the article for École nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts. They should go on one or the other, not both. tktktk 00:12, 8 September 2009 (UTC)

Status: notability?[edit]

Does it make sense to limit new additions to this list? Is it appropriate at this stage of the article's development to initiate a standard limiting names on this select list to

(a) those who already have Wikipedia articles
(b) those who are notable for something other than having depicted war in art -- see, e.g., US Navy Cross edit history?

In a context informed by practices which seem to have worked out well at Navy Cross, all new additions who aren't already featured in an article could be re-redirected to this talk page section with the following edit history explanation:

artist must be known for something other than studying at this art school -- see "Status: Notability" on talk page

The redlinks of those who do not have an article yet are listed below:

Famous instructors[edit]

Notable alumni[edit]

  1. ^ Abraham Pincas,
  2. ^ Note: Henri Deglane was a boxer born in 1902, see fr:Henri Deglane for the architect

When any of the above-listed redlink names turn blue, we will know that transferring these names to the talk page was a worthwhile exercise. If none turn blue, then we can deduce something about the notability of these artists. --Tenmei (talk) 18:23, 21 March 2011 (UTC)