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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FRANCE
Eugene Grasset ()
Blog dedicated to the artist Eugene Grasset. In French.
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FRANCE
Peacock's Garden ()
Website dedicated to the peacock's iconography with many Art Nouveau references. In French.
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POLAND
Hotel Wawel (Krakow)
Hotel with Secession details. In Polish, English, German and French.
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FRANCE
Maurice Dufresne Museum (Azay-le-Rideau)
Museum of machines adn vehicules, especially from the early 20th century. In French.
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FRANCE
Musée National du Sport (Paris)
Museum hosting a collection of Art Nouveau posters. In French.
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FRANCE
Musée Lalique Project (Wingen-sur-Moder)
Project of a Lalique Museum opening in spring 2011. In French, English and German.
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GREAT BRITAIN
78 Derngate (Northampton)
Art Nouveau house by Charles Rennie Mackintosh in Northampton. In English.
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FRANCE
Eugene Grasset ()
Website dedicated to Eugene Grasset with 517 photos of works online (posters, jewels, stained glass windows, furniture, calenders, prints, books, mosaics, etc). In French and English.
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ITALY
I Portici Hotel Bologna (Bologna)
Hotel with rooms decorated with period Art Nouveau frescos. In Italian, English, French, Japanese, Spanish, German, Russian, Romanian
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ITALY
Palazzina Majani (Bologna)
Built in 1908 in a style Liberty by Auguste Sezanne, it used to be the coffeehouse and chocolate shop Majani. The interiors were modified thirty years later by M. Bega. There are beautiful floral decorations and wrought-iron balconies. In Italian.
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ITALY
Sala Borsa (Bologna)
Located at the entrance of the City Hall, this was first a botanic garden at the XVIth century and was then rehabilitated. In 1883-86, the place was changed into the Sala Borsa with a great cast-iron and glass hall. It is now a library. In Italian.
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ITALY
The House of the Owls (Roma)
The House of Owls is outstanding in its originality. It was planned in 1839 by the architect Giuseppe Jappelli as a Swiss Cabin ; in the early twentieth century, it was transformed into an eclectic "cottage", the residence of Prince Torlonia. In Italian.
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ESTONIA
Museum of Estonian Architecture Museum of Estonian Architecture (Tallinn)
This Museum hosts collections from the 20th century with furniture designs by Finnish architects Armas Lindgren & Wivi Lönn. The greater Tallinn plan (1913) by Eliel Saarinen can also be seen there. In Estonian and English.
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NETHERLANDS
Kunst Consult (Beemster)
Website dedicated to arts of the 20th century, especially Art Déco and Art Nouveau. In Dutch.
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DENMARK
Danish Museum of Art and Design (Copenhagen)
The collections include decorative and applied arts and industrial design from the Western World from the Late Middle Ages to now, with a special emphasis on Danish design and applied arts around 1900 to the present day. In Danish and English.
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FRANCE
Maison du Bois des Moutiers (Varengeville-sur-Mer)
The British architect Sir Edwin Lutyens (1869-1944) built a unique House at Varengeville-sur-mer in France, inspired by the movement “Arts & Crafts” and the ideas of its founder William MORRIS (1838-1896). In French.
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GREAT BRITAIN
Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts (Norwich)
The Anderson Collection of Art Nouveau comprises jewellery, furniture, glassware and metalwork featuring the fluid organic lines and whiplash curves that characterised European styles in the last years of the 19th century. In English.
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SWITZERLAND
From wall to wallpaper (Prangins)
Website of the exhibition held from 8 October 2010 to 1 May 2011 at the Switzerland National Museum in Prangins. In English, French, German and Italian.
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GERMANY
Museum Kunst Palast - Glas Museum Hentrich (Düsseldorf)
The museum's glass collection includes a section with Art Nouveau and Secession including works by Emile Gallé, Josef Hoffmann and Louis C. Tiffany. In German.
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BELGIUM
The Ernest Salu workshops (Bruxelles-Brussel)
These old workshops have been converted into a museum of funerary art where you can admire the partly Art Nouveau works of stonemasons and sculptors. In Dutch, French and English.
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