Art Nouveau Links

This is a selection of interesting Art Nouveau links that we have come across. If you know other links that you recommend, please send us an email.

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Art Nouveau to Art Deco (International)
Blog that redraws the history of Art Nouveau to Art Deco from the perspective of several countries. In English.
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National Gallery of Victoria (Victoria)
Pre-Raphaelite collection, with, amongst others, works from Edward Burne-Jones, John-Everett Millais, William Morris, Arthur Hughes, William Holman Hunt, Australia, Australie, Victoria
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AUSTRIA
The French Embassy in Vienna (Wien)
A virtual visit to the French Embassy, housed in an Art Nouveau building by architect Chedanne in 1904. In French.
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Secession, Association of Visual Artists Vienna Secession (Wien)
The Vienna Secession building designed by Joseph Maria Olbrich, a member of Otto Wagner's atelier at the time. Heavily bombed during WWII, now restored and houses an art gallery. In German and English.
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MAK – Austrian Museum of Applied Arts  (Wien)
The Museum includes an important collection of secession artists and designers. In German, English and Russian.
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Leopold Museum  (Wien)
Masterworks of Viennese Secessionism, Viennese Modernism, and Austrian Expressionism. In German.
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Historical Museum of Vienna (Wien)
Containing an important collection of Art Nouveau objects from the artistic and architectural heritage of Vienna. In German and English.
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Gustav Klimt Memorial Society, Last Studio  (Wien)
Hidden in Wien-Hietzing, Feldmühlgasse 11 (or 15a), one of the creative centres of the art of the early 20th century. Gustav Klimt (1862 - 1918) had his studio there during the six last years of his life. In German and English.
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Belvedere (Wien)
The Belvedere owns the largest collection of paintings by Gustav Klimt in the world. More than 20 masterpieces provide an incomparable impression of the oeuvre of Austria's probably most famous artist. In German and English..
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Albertina (Wien)
Official website of the Albertina museum. There are many works from the 20th century, including Schiele, Klimt and Kokoschka, and a collection of posters from the beginning of the 20th century. In German and English.
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Textile Museum (Wien)
Official website of the Textile Museum in Vienna where are stored Jugendstil original sketches from Josef Hoffmann among others. In German, English and French.
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Flickr - Secession Vienna (Paris)
Website used to share photographs from all over the world. Ths filer, put on line by a Frenchman, is about Art Nouveau in Vienna. In French.
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Galerie Bel Etage (Wien)
Art Nouveau Gallery in Vienna, Secession antiques. In English and German.
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Schwarz-blau Sports Association (Vienna)
Article about the Schwarz-Blau Sports Association. The building was built by Joseph Maria Olbrich in 1898. In German.
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Lentos Museum of Modern Art (Linz)
The museum's permanent collection includes a collection of Gustav Klimt and Egon Schiele. In German and English.
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Vienna Art Nouveau - Flickr album (Wien)
A very nice Flickr album created by Raymond Dejong presenting the Art Nouveau heritage in Vienna. In French.
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The Egon Schiele Yearbook (Wien)
Initiative from the Egon Schiele Research Society composed of researches offering annual publications and symposiums. In German and English.
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BELGIUM
Design Museum (Gent)
Important Art Nouveau collection. Among others works by Henry van de Velde, Victor Horta, Paul Hankar, Gustave Serrurier-Bouvy and Philippe Wolfers. In Dutch and English.
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BELGIUM
Musée Félicien Rops  (Namur)
Museum dedicated to the life and works of Félicien Rops (1833-1898). In English and French.
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BELGIUM
Maison Losseau (Mons)
Art Nouveau house commissioned by lawyer Léon Losseau, designed by architect Paul Saintenoy. In French.
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