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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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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Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery  (Glasgow)
Hosts an important Mackintosh collection, among others. In English.
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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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Manchester City Art Gallery  (Manchester)
Manchester Art Gallery and The Gallery of Costume are home to the city’s world-class art collection. The museum holds over 25,000 objects of fine art, decorative art and costume, from the XVIIth century to present developed over 200 years and still growin
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Mucha Limited ()
Mucha Limited Established by the Mucha Trust in 1993, Mucha Limited is a commercial company that exploits the commercial opportunities of Mucha's artistic heritage. It does so via Mucha's copyright, trademarks and the Mucha brand name. Mucha Limited has a
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Red House  (Upton)
Morris first discussed plans for the Red House with Phillip Webb in France. His vision was of something 'very medieval in spirit,' and initial ideas were jotted down in Morris' train timetable. Drawings were completed in 1859. The house is now owned by Th
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The Arts & Crafts Home ()
Commercial company that stocks a full range of arts & crafts replicas, including furniture, lighting, fabrics, wallpapers, carpets, ceramics, clocks, mirrors, prints, paints, books, tiles, metalware etc. and associated gifts and cards. Also provides usefu
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The Brangwyn Bazaar ()
A website dedicated to the designer Frank Brangwyn (1867-1956). In English.
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The Emery Walker Trust  (London)
The Trust's object is the 'advancement of the education of the public in arts and crafts design and architecture by promoting the study and appreciation of artists, craftsmen, designers and architects of the 19th and early 20th centuries and their works a
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The Geffrye Museum  (London)
The Geffrye Museum depicts the quintessential style of English middle-class living rooms. Its collections of furniture, textiles, paintings and decorative arts are displayed in a series of period rooms from 1600 to the present day. The displays lead the v
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The Museum of Domestic Design and Architecture  (Hertfordshire)
MoDA has a collection of archive material which includes The Silver Studio Collection of wallpaper and fabric designs, many by Arts and Crafts designers. In English.
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The Victoria and Albert Museum  (London)
Hosts important Art Nouveau collections. In English.
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The William Morris Gallery  (Walthamstow)
The William Morris Gallery, opened by Prime Minister Clement Attlee in 1950, is the only public museum devoted to England's best known and most versatile designer.
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The William Morris Society  (London)
A society dedicated to promote the works of William Morris (1834-1896). In English.
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The Willow Tea Rooms  (Glasgow)
Designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh in 1904, remains open to public. In English.
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The Whitworth Art Gallery (Manchester)
The Whitworth houses the finest collection of Arts and Crafts designs for both Wallpapers and Fabrics. Also on display are rare Voysey furniture, Edgar Wood Furnishings and a wonderful Morris & Co tapestry. In English.
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The Light House (Glasgow)
Hosts the Mackintosh Interpretation Centre, among others. In English.
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Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts (Norwich)
The Anderson Collection of Art Nouveau comprises jewellery, furniture, glassware and metalwork featuring the fluid organic lines and whiplash curves that characterised European styles in the last years of the 19th century. In English.
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78 Derngate (Northampton)
Art Nouveau house by Charles Rennie Mackintosh in Northampton. In English.
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Victor Arwas Gallery (London)
The Victor Arwas Gallery has specialised in original graphics, posters, drawings, watercolors, paintings and sculpture from 1880 to 1980 as well as Art Nouveau, Art Deco Glass, ceramics, metalware, lighting, furniture, books and bookbindings. In English.
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