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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AUSTRIA
MAK – Austrian Museum of Applied Arts  (Wien)
The Museum includes an important collection of secession artists and designers. In German, English and Russian.
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GREAT BRITAIN
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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SPAIN
Marc Loiseau's Gaudi photo book (Barcelona)
See online photographs of Gaudi's works by Marc Loiseau. In French.
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SPAIN
Masia Freixa (Terrassa)
Wikipedia page on Masia Freixa, built in 1897 and renovated in Art Nouveau style between 1907 and 1914 by Lluis Muncunill i Parellada. In Spanish.
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FRANCE
Maurice Dufresne Museum (Azay-le-Rideau)
Museum of machines adn vehicules, especially from the early 20th century. In French.
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FRANCE
Maxim's Art Nouveau "Collection 1900"  (Paris)
More than 550 Art Nouveau objects from the Art Nouveau collection of Pierre Cardin. In French and English.
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SPAIN
Mercat de la Independencia (1903-1906) (Terrassa)
Central market of Terrassa built from 1904 to 1908 by architects Antoni Pascual i Carretero and Melcior Vinyals i Muñoz. In Catalan.
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MEXICO
Metro station by Guimard in Mexico city (Mexico City)
Illustrated web page explaining how the city of Paris offered a Guimard Metro Station to the city of Mexico. In English.
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QUEBEC
Metro station by Guimard in Montreal (Montréal)
Illustrated web page explaining how the city of Paris offered a Guimard Metro Station to the city of Montreal. In English.
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BELGIUM
Metro Station Horta (Bruxelles-Brussel)
This metro station is decorated with balustrades and stained-glass windows coming respectively from the People's House and the Aubecq House. In French.
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RUSSIA
Metropol Hotel (Moscow)
The website of the Hotel contains a page on the history of the building and a virtual tour to discover this impressive Art Nouveau building. In Russian and English.
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BELGIUM
Métropole Café (Bruxelles-Brussel)
Official Website of the famous Metropole Café, recently restored in the "Belle-Epoque-contemporary" and Art Nouveau style. In French, English and Dutch.
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SWITZERLAND
Métropole horlogère (La Chaux-de-Fonds - Le Locle)
Website of the Watchmaking Metropolis Days 2010. In French.
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FRANCE
Metropolitan (Paris)
Webpage dedicated to the Parisian metropolitan stations designed by Hector Guimard. In French.
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HUNGARY
Miksa Roth Memorial House (Budapest)
The portal "Top Budapest" presents Miksa Roth Memorial House, a small museum of 3 bedroom, former home of Miksa Roth. The permanent exhibition of the museum consists on some of the Art Nouveau and Art Deco painted glasses and glass mosaics of Miksa Roth as well as the original furniture, carpets and antiquities. It might be interesting to see how an Art Nouveau artist lived in the decades of Art Nouveau and, after that, Art Deco. In English.
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RUSSIA
Mockba Style Moderne (Moscow)
Webpage about modern style in Moscow. In Russian and English.
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BELGIUM
Modern' Hotel (Soignies)
Illustrated page about the Modern' Hotel, built in Horta style by the architect Emile François. In French.
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INTERNATIONAL
Modernism  ()
A pedagogic site describing the Modernist movement from the British Art & Crafts to the American Art Deco, presented by the Minneapolis Institute of Art. In English.
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SPAIN
Modernismo in Carthagena (Cartagena)
This Webblog of the official touristic guide Ramona Escarabajal Paredes presents the Modernismo heritage of the City of Cartagena. In Spanish.
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CZECH REPUBLIC
Moravska Galerie (Brno)
Official website of the Moravska Galerie in Brno. In Czech and English.
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