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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Nineteenth-Century Art Worldwide ()
A journal of nineteenth-century visual culture. The chronological scope of the journal is the "long" nineteenth century, stretching from the American and French Revolutions, at one end, to the outbreak of World War I, at the other. In English.
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INTERNATIONAL
The European Belle Epoque ()
A website dedicated to promote a better knowledge of the Art Nouveau period. In English, German, French and Italian.
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INTERNATIONAL
Web Museum of Mr and Mrs André & José Baptist ()
A site dedicated to Art Nouveau Pewter and Metalware, richly illustrated and a large bibliography. In English.
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ITALY
Birreria Poretti  (Induno Olona)
A presentation of the Art Nouveau architecture of Birreria Poretti, a beer manufacturer. A part of the official site of Commune di Induno Olona. In Italian.
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ITALY
Campo dei Fiori  (Varese)
A park containing a number of interesting historical and architectural sites, like Albergo Tre Croci by Sommaruga. In Italian.
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ITALY
Il Liberty in Italia  ()
A presentation of Art Nouveau in Italy. In Italian.
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ITALY
Liberty architecture in Milan  (Milano)
A guide to Art Nouveau in Milano, only a few pictures. In Italian.
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ITALY
Liberty architecture in Torino  (Torino)
A guide to Art Nouveau in Torino, the site is part of a larger presentation of Art Nouveau in general. In Italian, French and English.
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ITALY
Palace Grand Hotel  (Varese)
An Art Nouveau hotel designed in 1911 by architect Giuseppe Sommaruga. In Italian.
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ITALY
The Art Nouveau (Liberty) era in Como, Varese and Milan (Côme, Varese, Milan)
This interesting educational tool enables to discover the culturel history of an italian Region (Regione Lombardia) during the Art Nouveau (Liberty era) between Como, Varese and Milan, through different themes: decorative arts, means of communication, new technologies, architecture... In Italian.
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ITALY
Hotel Hungaria (Venice)
Hotel **** built in 1905, considered as one of the masterpieces of the Italian Liberty. Its façade is decorated with more than 7000 polychrome tiles of ceramics (widest façade in Europe covered with ceramic). In Italian and English.
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ITALY
Lido Liberty (Venezia)
List of Liberty buildings of the Liberty quarter of Venice. In Italian.
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ITALY
Grand Hotel Villa Igea (Palermo)
Prestigious villa belonging to the Florio family, restyled by Ernesto Basile at the end of the 19th century. In English.
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ITALY
Liberty architecture in the Lido (Venice)
Website about the Liberty architecture of the Lido in Venice. A list of interesting monuments allow to get a description of each building. In Italian.
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ITALY
St Paul's Within the Walls (Rome)
Website of the American Episcopal Church including Pre-Raphaelite decorations and Burne-Jones ceramics. In English, Italian and Spanish.
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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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ITALY
Museo Hendrik Christian Andersen (Rome)
Attached to the national gallery of modern art, the museum was created from the utopic idea of a "World city" meant to be the international headquarters of an inexhaustible laboratory. In French, Italian, Spanish and English.
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ITALY
Musei Villa Torlonia (House of Owls) (Rome)
Villa transformed into a cottage at the turn of the century. In Italian, Spanish, French and English.
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ITALY
San Pellegrino Terme (San Pellegrino)
Famous thermal city in Italy with a Liberty heritage. In Italian.
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ITALY
I Portici Hotel Bologna (Bologna)
Hotel with rooms decorated with period Art Nouveau frescos. In Italian, English, French, Japanese, Spanish, German, Russian, Romanian
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