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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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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ADELTA- Henry van de Velde collection (International)
Furniture designed by Henry van de Velde is the main focus of this site. ADELTA is a commercial company. In English.
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Artists' Colony Darmstadt on the Mathildenhöhe  (Darmstadt)
Art Nouveau villas by architects such as Joseph Maria Olbrich (1867-1908), Peter Behrens (1868–1940) and Alfred Messel (1853-1909). In German.
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Badisches Landesmuseum  (Karlsruhe)
Among others an important collection of Art Nouveau ceramics. In German.
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Bröhan Museum  (Berlin)
State Museum for Art Nouveau, Art Deco and Functionalism (1889-1939). In English and German.
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Europäischen Vereinigung der Freunde Henry van de Veldes e.V. (International)
Association to promote the works by Henry van de Velde, with a presentation of his most important designs in Belgium and Germany. In German.
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Henry van de Velde- Klassik Stiftung  (Weimar)
An informative site on the life and works of Henry van de Velde. By the Klassik Stiftung, Weimar. In German.
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Hessische Landesmuseum  (Darmstadt)
A number of important Art Nouveau objects, among others by Henry van de Velde and Fabergé. In German.
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Jugendstil Bad Nauheim  (Bad Nauheim)
A presentation of the Art Nouveau (Jugend) architecture of Bad Nauheim, presented by Jugendstilverein Bad Nauheim E.V. In German, English and French.
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Society of Hallenbad old theatre Friends in Friedberg (Friedberg)
Website of the Society of Hallenbad old theatre Friends in Friedberg. In German.
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Jugendstil in Nürnberg  (Nürnberg)
An overview of Art Nouveau architecture in Nürnberg. A part of the website "Baukunst Nürnberg". In German.
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Karl Ernst Osthaus Museum  (Hagen)
Building by Henry van de Velde, commissioned by Karl Ernst Osthaus (1874-1921). In German, English and Dutch.
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Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe  (Hamburg)
A large number of Art Nouveau objects from the collection of Justus Brinckmann (1843-1915). In German and English.
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Orivit (International)
A well known German Art Nouveau/jugendstil metalwork firm responsible for many of the most beautiful mass produced items of the Art Nouveau era. In English.
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Villa Stuck  (München)
Contains an important collection of Art Nouveau objects collected by Franz von Stuck (1863-1928). In German (partly in English).
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