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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ITALY
Lido Liberty (Venezia)
List of Liberty buildings of the Liberty quarter of Venice. In Italian.
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BELGIUM
Liège Art Nouveau: Saint-Gilles Laveu - Flickr album (Liège)
A nice image gallery Flickr created by Raymond Dejong presenting the Art Nouveau heritage in Liège (Rue Grangagnage, flanc de Publémont, Saint-Gilles Laveu district). In French.
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BELGIUM
Liège Art Nouveau: Vennes, Fetinne, Longdoz, Amercoeur, Bressoux, Jupille - Flickr album (Liège)
A nice Flickr album created by Raymond Dejong presenting the Art Nouveau heritage in Liège. In French.
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HUNGARY
Liszt Academy of Music (Budapest)
A virtual tour allows to discover this Art Nouveau building constructed by Ödön Mihalovich. In Hungarian, Cantonese, Korean, Japanese, Arabic, Spanish and English.
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INTERNATIONAL
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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INTERNATIONAL
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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FRANCE
Lucie Delarue-Mardrus (1874-1945) (Paris)
Friends of Lucie Delarue-Mardrus (1874-1945), a very well know artist and writer (poet, novelist, musician, composer, sculptor, painter, film director) of the Belle Epoque. In French.
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UNITED KINGDOM
Mackintosh Architecture (Glasgow)
'Mackintosh Architecture' provides a richly-illustrated Catalogue of all known architectural projects by Charles Rennie Mackintosh. The site also provides entries for projects by the practice, John Honeyman & Keppie / Honeyman, Keppie & Mackintosh during the Mackintosh years 1889–1913; images and data from the office record books; a catalogue raisonné of over 1200 drawings by Mackintosh and the practice; analytical and contextual essays; biographies of over 400 clients, colleagues, contractors and suppliers; timeline; glossary; and bibliography.
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UNITED KINGDOM
Mackintosh, design at all floors - video (Glasgow)
The Glasgow School of Art opens its doors in order to make you discover the work of the architect and designer Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Interesting visit by a student and guide of the School. In English, subtitles in French.
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SPAIN
Madrid Modernista  (Madrid)
A presentation of Art Nouveau in Madrid. In Spanish.
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SPAIN
Magatzem Joaquim Alegre (Terrassa)
Building by Lluis Muncunill from 1904. In Catalan.
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SPAIN
Magatzem Pasqual Sala (Terrassa)
Great building by the architect Joan Trays Urgellès. In Catalan.
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SPAIN
Magatzem Torras (Terrassa)
Building by Melcior Viñals i Muñoz, 1914. In Catalan.
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BELGIUM
Maison Autrique (Bruxelles-Brussel)
One of Vicor Horta's earliest works, built in 1893. An important Art Nouveau touchstone. In English, French and Dutch.
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BELGIUM
Maison Cauchie (Bruxelles-Brussel)
Website of the Cauchie House, personal house of the architect built in 1905. In French, English, German, Dutch.
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BELGIUM
Maison Comblen (Liège)
Between 1901 and 1914, by turning the classical property he lives in with his family, the architect Paul Comblen decides to make a house according to the Art nouveau standards he studied in the workshop of the Brussels architect Paul Hankar. In French.
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BELGIUM
Maison Delune (Bruxelles-Brussel)
Presentation of the Art Nouveau villa by architect Léon Delune 1904. In French.
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BELGIUM
Maison Dorée (Charleroi)
Wikipedia page about the Maison Dorée (Gilded House) built by Alfred Frère in 1899. In French.
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FRANCE
Maison du Bois des Moutiers (Varengeville-sur-Mer)
The British architect Sir Edwin Lutyens (1869-1944) built a unique House at Varengeville-sur-mer in France, inspired by the movement “Arts & Crafts” and the ideas of its founder William MORRIS (1838-1896). In French.
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BELGIUM
Maison Losseau (Mons)
Art Nouveau house commissioned by lawyer Léon Losseau, designed by architect Paul Saintenoy. In French.
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