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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Musée d'Art Moderne et Contemporain de Strasbourg  (Strasbourg)
Various collections from 1870 to our time. In French.
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Musée national Adrien Dubouché  (Limoges)
Hosts a collection of Art Nouveau ceramics among others. In French and English.
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Paris 1900 - L'architecture Art Nouveau à Paris  (Paris)
Blog of an Art Nouveau fan who shares with visitors articles and photos of Art Nouveau buildings and details he discovered by walking around the French capital and surroundings. In French.
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Restaurant Bouillon Racine (Paris)
Well-known restaurant with an Art Nouveau interior designed by Jean-Marie Bouvier and Louis Trézel in 1906. In French.
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Villa Lumière  (Paris)
Private Art Nouveau villa of the Lumière family, designed by architects Alex and Boucher, 1899-1902. In French.
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Villa La Hublotière  (Le Vesinet)
The Berthe Villa, more commonly known as "La Hublotière", was built by the architect Hector Guimard from spring until autumn of 1896. In French and English.
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Typographie & Civilisation- Georges Peignot, la tentation de l’Art Nouveau  ()
Overview of the typography of Georges Peignot. In French.
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Restoration Centre of Architectural Heritage of Georgia  (Tbilisi)
Illustrated presentation of Art Nouveau in Georgia. In English.
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Art Nouveau - European Style in Georgia’s Architecture (Tbilisi)
PDF document. In English.
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Von Zezschwitz Kunst und Design (München)
Saleroom with Jugendstil, Art Déco, Modern and Design objects. In German and English.
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Staatsgalerie Stuttgart (Stuttgart)
Galerie hosting the most important Edward Burne-Jones collection in Germany. In German and English.
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Jugendstil Fliesen (Germany)
Virtual museum of Art Nouveau tiles. In German.
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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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Bayerisches National Museum (München)
Museum with a collection of Art Nouveau sculptures. In German and English.
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Schloss Wolfsgarten (Darmstadt)
In the park of the castle, an Art Nouveau style theater was built in 1902 for Princess Elizabeth. In German.
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Hetjens Museum (Düsseldorf)
Specialized in the history of ceramics, the Hetjens Museum (from the name of Laurenz Heinrich Hetjens (1830-1906), industrialist and art collector) preserves in its collections numerous Art Nouveau works. In German and English.
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Görlitzer Kaufhaus (Görlitz)
Official website of the Görlitzer Kaufhaus, old Jugendstil department store which was the scenery of numerous of film makings, like Wes Anderson's The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014). In German.
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Art Nouveau style in Karlsruhe (Karlsruhe)
The tourist office of Karlsruhe presents the Art Nouveau heritage that can be visited through the city. In French and German.
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Jugendstil in Donaueschingen (Donaueschingen)
The official Website of the City of Donaueschingen presents the Jugendstil/Art Nouveau district of the city. In German, French and English.
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Haus Hohe Pappeln (Weimar)
The Haus Hohe Pappeln was the private residence of the Belgian architect and designer Henry van de Velde (1863-1957), who came to Weimar in 1902 as the artistic counsellor to Grand Duke Wilhelm Ernst. Van de Velde had the house built in 1907/08 according to his own plans, and lived there with his wife Maria and their five children until 1917. In English and German.
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