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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SPAIN
Hotel La Vila (Majorco)
Hotel built in 1904 in Art Nouveau style. In Catalan, Castilian, English, German, French.
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FRANCE
Hotel Le Negresco (Nice)
The frame of the Art Nouveau style canopy in the royal living-room was designed by Gustave Eiffel. In French, English, Russian and Japanese.
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FRANCE
Hotel Les Tresoms (Annecy)
The hotel-restaurant Les Trésoms, built in the Art Nouveau style, is located at the Lake of Annecy on the hights of the old city in Haute-Savoie, in the heart of the Alps. In French and English.
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BELGIUM
Hôtel Max Hallet (Bruxelles-Brussel)
Website dedicated to the Hotel Max Hallet, built in 1903-1904 by Victor Horta for the lawyer Max Hallet. In French, English and Dutch.
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FRANCE
Hôtel Mezzara (Paris)
Architectural notice of the Ministry of Culture describing the ancient private mansion Mezzara, built from 1910 to 1911 by the architect Hector Guimard for Paul Mezzara, textile manufacturer and designer of lace patterns, listed as historical monuments in 1994. In French.
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FRANCE
Hôtel Mezzara - video (Paris)
In its collection "Guimard's Art Nouveau", Netprof.fr, Website of video knowledge-sharing offers a discover of the private mansion Mezzara in video. In French.
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CROATIA
Hotel Mozart (Opatija)
Website of the Art Nouveau style Hotel Mozart that opened in 1896. In Croatian, English, Italian
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POLAND
Hotel Wawel (Krakow)
Hotel with Secession details. In Polish, English, German and French.
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GREAT BRITAIN
House for an Art Lover  (Glasgow)
The House for an Art Lover was designed in 1901 by Glasgow’s most celebrated architect, Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Although it was not built during Mackintosh’s lifetime, construction began in 1989 and the House for an Art Lover became a reality in 1996.
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HUNGARY
House of Hungarian Art Nouveau (Budapest)
This house is entirely dedicated to the Secession style. The house was built by Emil Vidor in 1903, for the Bedő family and now hosts a museum and an Art Nouveau café. In Hungarian, English and French.
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HUNGARY
Hungary / Budapest / Art Nouveau - Flickr album (Budapest)
A nice Flickr album created by Jean-Pierre Dalbéra presenting the Art nouveau heritage in Budapest. In French.
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GREAT BRITAIN
Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery  (Glasgow)
Hosts an important Mackintosh collection, among others. In English.
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FINLAND
Hvitträsk  (Luoma)
Hvitträsk was built between 1901–1903 by architects Herman Gesellius, Armas Lindgren and Eliel Saarinen. In Finnish, Swedish 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
Il Liberty in Italia  ()
A presentation of Art Nouveau in Italy. In Italian.
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ISRAEL
Israel Museum (Jerusalem)
The Israel Museum hosts since June 2014 the Gustav Klimt's Only Surviving Study for Destroyed Viennese Commission, Die Medizin (Kompositionsentwurf) (1897-1898). In Hebrew, Arabic, Russian, English, French, Spanish, German, Japanese and Chinese.
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ITALY
Italia Liberty (Italy)
Italia Liberty is a project of Andrea Speziali in collaboration with the Association A.n.d.e.l (National Association of Defence Buildings Art Nouveau) born from the desire to re-evaluate and raise awareness of the rich heritage of Liberty in Italy and the values ​​of which he was the bearer. In Italian.
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ITALY
Italian Liberty Style (Italy)
Free online reading of the book "Italian Liberty Style" thanks to Issuu and ACC Distribution. In English.
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FRANCE
Jane Atché ()
Art Nouveau female artist (1872-1937), close relative of Alphonse Mucha. In French.
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FRANCE
Jardin de Cristal (Nancy)
This website is a general historical presentation of glass in the Lorraine region, including texts about Art nouveau and Emile Gallé. In French
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