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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The symbolist adventure. Joan Brull (International)
In order to publish a digital catalogue "Brull painter" and "Brull art critic", which will contain a vast bibliography and a reasoned catalogue with new images and more that 400 works of the artist, the curators of the exhibition "Joan Brull. Reality and dream" on the symbolist painter Joan Brull 1863-1912) opened a project "The symbolist adventure. Joan Brull" at Verkami, digital platform which endavours the micro-sponsorship. In Spanish.
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Jugendstil  (International)
Information on Jugend architecture in Europe: Germany, England, Belgium, France, Finland, Amerika, Italia. In German.
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Loetz - Tiffany twisted, the Mercedes bends ()
Website dedicated to the Art Nouveau bohemian glass factories around 1900, especially Loetz. In English.
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Loetz and glass ()
Blog of an American collector dedicated to Art Nouveau glass in an international scale, especially from the glass factory Loetz. In English.
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Bohemian Glass ()
The site is dedicated to the research and identification of Bohemian Glass. The primary companies represented here are Kralik, Loetz, Pallme-Koenig and Rindskopf. In English.
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Art Nouveau European Route (Barcelona)
Official website of the Art Nouveau European Route where you will find information pages about each partner city and also PDF versions of the CoupdeFouet magazine. In Catalan, Castillan, French and English.
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Art Nouveau ()
Website dedicated to the Art Nouveau movement as a whole. In French, English, Italian, Spanish and Dutch.
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Art Nouveau is not new anymore ()
Art Nouveau explained to the younger generation. In English and French.
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Art Nouveau – Jugendstil ()
General site on Art Nouveau. In English and French.
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Art Nouveau 'round the World server ()
A website dedicated to promote a better knowledge of the Art Nouveau period. In English and French.
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Art Nouveau- une métaphore fécondée par le temps  ()
A site on Art Nouveau created by a Bulgarian scholar. In French and Bulgarian (soon in English).
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Autour de l'Art nouveau en Europe ()
A European Network, supported by Culture 2000, including four cities: Paris, Krakow, Bucuresti and Bratislava. Coordinated by ARVHA (Association pour la Recherche sur la Ville et l'Habitat), France.
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Die europäische Henry van de Velde-Route ()
An architectural route through France, Belgium, Netherlands and Germany. Organised by the Henry van de Velde-Gesellschaft e.V. In German, Dutch and French.
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Europa 1900 ()
A worldwide, collaborative archive for sharing texts and photos related to Art Nouveau. In English.
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Modernism  ()
A pedagogic site describing the Modernist movement from the British Art & Crafts to the American Art Deco, presented by the Minneapolis Institute of Art. In English.
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Nineteenth-Century Art Worldwide ()
A journal of nineteenth-century visual culture. The chronological scope of the journal is the "long" nineteenth century, stretching from the American and French Revolutions, at one end, to the outbreak of World War I, at the other. In English.
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The European Belle Epoque ()
A website dedicated to promote a better knowledge of the Art Nouveau period. In English, German, French and Italian.
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Web Museum of Mr and Mrs André & José Baptist ()
A site dedicated to Art Nouveau Pewter and Metalware, richly illustrated and a large bibliography. In English.
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Akureyri Museum (Akureyri)
This museum hosts a collection of objects from the 1900 period. In English and Icelandic.
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Culture House (Reykjavik)
National Centre for Cultural Heritage. The style of the library built by the architect Frederik Kiörboe was inspired by Art Nouveau. In English and Icelandic.
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