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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ROMANIA
Oradea Stained Glass Windows 1900  (Oradea)
A presentation of Art Nouveau in Oradea. In Romanian, partly in English and French.
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GERMANY
Orivit (International)
A well known German Art Nouveau/jugendstil metalwork firm responsible for many of the most beautiful mass produced items of the Art Nouveau era. In 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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BELGIUM
Palace Hotel (Bruxelles-Brussel)
Built in 1908 by architect Adhemar Lener, assisted by the young Antoine Pompe, the hotel was completely renovated in 2006-2007 with a decoration inspired by Gustav Klimt and 10 rooms furnished in the style of late-century. In English.
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FRANCE
Palais Galliera (Paris)
Information pages of the Palais Galliera, Fashion Museum of the City of Paris, where a great 19th and 20th century collection hosts the complete garments of elegant women such as the countess Greffulhe, the Princess Murat or Anna Gould. In French.
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SPAIN
Palau de la Musica Catalana (Barcelona)
Official website of the Palau de la Musica Catalana. In Spanish, Catalan and English.
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SPAIN
Palau de la Música Catalana  (Barcelona)
Webpage about the modernista building by Lluís Domènech i Montaner (1908). In English.
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ITALY
Palazzina Majani (Bologna)
Built in 1908 in a style Liberty by Auguste Sezanne, it used to be the coffeehouse and chocolate shop Majani. The interiors were modified thirty years later by M. Bega. There are beautiful floral decorations and wrought-iron balconies. In Italian.
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FRANCE
Paris 1900 - L'architecture Art Nouveau à Paris  (Paris)
Blog of an Art Nouveau fan who shares with visitors articles and photos of Art Nouveau buildings and details he discovered by walking around the French capital and surroundings. In French.
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BELGIUM
Pathé Palace (Bruxelles-Brussel)
Art Nouveau style former cinema - works in progress. The website includes an illustrated page on the cinema heritage. In French and Dutch.
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FRANCE
Peacock's Garden ()
Website dedicated to the peacock's iconography with many Art Nouveau references. In French.
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GREAT BRITAIN
Peter Hoare Antiques (Southborough Tunbridge Wells)
Arts & Crafts antiques gallery specialized in 19th and 20th furniture and design. In English
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FRANCE
Petit Palais (Paris)
The Fine Arts Museum of the City of Paris hosts a Paris 1900 collection, especially with works from the glassmaker Emile Gallé, the architect Hector Guimard and jewellers Lalique and Fouquet. In Frenh, English and Spanish.
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FRANCE
Photos of "La Hublotière" (Paris)
Photo gallery of "La Hublotière" by Catherine Donnefort. In French.
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FRANCE
Piscine de la Butte-aux-Cailles (Paris)
One of the oldest swimming pools of Paris built from 1922 to 1924 by architect Louis Bonnier. The building is now listed. In French.
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USA
Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation (Pittsburgh)
Website of the foundation that aims to identify, save, revitalize, preserve and promote Pittsburgh's heritage. In English.
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SPAIN
Pizzeria Viena (Terrassa)
Italian restaurant in a former Art nouveau style factory. In Spanish and English.
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SLOVENIA
Plecnik's House (Ljubljana)
Plecnik lived in this house from 1921 to 1957. This house now hosts the Plecnik collection which is part of the Architectural Museum Ljubljana.
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CROATIA
Pomorski i povijesni muzej (Rijeka)
Website of the Pomorski i povijesni museum which includes an Art Nouveau collection. In Croatian.
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FRANCE
Pullman Orient Express (Paris)
This train created in 1883 includes an Art Nouveau restaurant car designed by the artiste René Lalique. Website in French and English.
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