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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BELGIUM
Jean Linden ()
Website dedicated to Jean Linden, explorer and horticulturist (1817-1898) who developed orchids culture in Europe. In English, Spanish, French and Dutch.
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SLOVENIA
Joze Plecnik  ()
Dedicated to Ljubljana's foremost Art Nouveau architect and personality (1872-1957). In English.
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NORWAY
Jugendbyen Trondheim (Trondheim)
A presentation of Art Nouveau architecture in Trondheim. In Norwegian.
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INTERNATIONAL
Jugendstil  (International)
Information on Jugend architecture in Europe: Germany, England, Belgium, France, Finland, Amerika, Italia. In German.
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GERMANY
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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GERMANY
Jugendstil Fliesen (Germany)
Virtual museum of Art Nouveau tiles. In German.
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NETHERLANDS
Jugendstil in Amsterdam  (Amsterdam)
A presentation of the Art Nouveau influences in Amsterdam, a part of the official site of Bureau Monumenten en Archeologie van de Gemeente Amsterdam. In Dutch.
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GERMANY
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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GERMANY
Jugendstil in Karlsruhe (Karlsruhe)
Website of an Art Nouveau lover presenting Jugendstil heritage in the city of Karlsruhe. In German.
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GERMANY
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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GERMANY
Jugendstilhotel Bellevue (Traben-Trarbach)
Official website of the Jugendstilhotel Bellevue, which offers many views of the hotel on the banks of the picturesque River Moselle. In German ad English.
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NORWAY
Jugendstilsenteret  (Ålesund)
The Art Nouveau centre of Norway and a partner to the Réseau Art Nouveau Network. In English.
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CZECH REPUBLIC
Jurkovič House (Brno-Žabovřesky)
Official Website of the Jurkovič Villa, built in 1906 by Dušan Samo Jurkovič (1868-1947) inspired by the English Arts and Crafts movement, Camille Sitte, Edgar Wood, C.R. Mackintosh and, in particular, H.M. Baillie-Scott. In Czech and English.
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FINLAND
Kalela, Wilderness Home and Studio of Akseli Gallen-Kallela  (Ruovesi)
This visionary building, erected according to the artist’s detailed plans in 1894-1895, became the creative cradle of Gallén’s art. In Finnish and English.
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GERMANY
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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GERMANY
Karl Ernst Osthaus Museum (Hagen)
The Karl Ernst Osthaus Museum in Hagen is still closed for restoration works and will open again at fall 2009. In German.
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ITALY
Keats Shelley House (Rome)
The House, which opened to the public in 1909, now contains an extensive collection of paintings, sculpture, manuscripts, relics and first editions which celebrate the lives of Keats, Percy Bysshe Shelley and Lord Byron. In English and Italian.
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GREAT BRITAIN
Kelmscott House (London)
26 Upper Mall, Hammersmith, London. The House where William Morris and his family lived for the last part of his life and the base for the William Morris Society. In English.
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GREAT BRITAIN
Kelmscott Manor (Kelmscott)
Morris' favourite house that he at one time leased to Rossetti. In English.
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GREAT BRITAIN
Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum  (Glasgow)
A new gallery will be devoted to Mackintosh and the Glasgow Style collection. Many works will be on display for the first time, or only previously seen at the groundbreaking "Glasgow Style" exhibition of 1984.
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