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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FRANCE
Musée National du Sport (Paris)
Museum hosting a collection of Art Nouveau posters. In French.
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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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SPAIN
Museo Art Nouveau y Art Deco  (Casa Lis, Salamenca)
The Museum of Art Nouveau and Art Déco of Salamanca holds 19 collections of decorative art from the late 19th century and early 20th century with some 2,500 items. In German, Catalan, English, Spanish, French, Italian and Portugese.
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PUERTO RICO
Museo de Arte de Ponce (Ponce)
Victorian art collection (Pre-raphaelites). In Spanish.
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ITALY
Museo del Novecento (Milano)
This museum, housed in the Palazzo dell'Arengario, exhibits works of the twentieth century, from the avant-garde of the 1900s to nowadays. In Italian and English.
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MEXICO
Museo Franz Mayer (Mexico)
The Museum hosts a collection of Art Nouveau ceramics, furniture and textiles. A page is dedicated to the former exhibition, "Art Nouveau en Mexico" organized in 2004. In Spanish and English.
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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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SPAIN
Museu - Arenys de Mar (Arenys de Mar)
Website of the museums of Arenys de Mar (among others, the Lace Museum). In Catalan and Castilian.
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SPAIN
Museu Can Tinturé (Fabrica de Ceramica Pujol i Bausis) (Esplugues de Llobregat)
The Can Tinturé Museums presents the tile collection of Miquel Salvador - more than 3000 tiles of different styles and models from 14th to 19th century, as the first monoraphic museum on the subject in the world. In French.
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SPAIN
Museu d'Art de Cerdanyola (Cerdanyola del Vallès)
The Museum opened on 10 September 2009 in Can Domènech, an Art Nouveau work of art from the architect Gaietà Buïgas. The collection is mainly Art Nouveau and Art Déco with the collections Balcells-Buïgas, Ismael Smith et Josep Togores. In Spanish.
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SPAIN
Museu de l'Estampacio de Premia de Mar (Premia de Mar)
The Museum of Printing located in the building of the former Factory Gas aims to explain printing as a technique and the role of this economic activity for Catalonia. Castilian, Catalan, English, French, German, English, Basque, Galician, portugais.
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SPAIN
Museu de Modernisme Catala (Barcelona)
Website of the Museum of Catalan Modernism. In Catalan.
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SPAIN
Museu d'Història de la Ciutat  (Barcelona)
Contains, among others, the Interpretation Centre of Park Guëll. In Spanish and English.
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SPAIN
Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya  (Barcelona)
Hosts, among others, a collection of Modernista sculptures. In Catalan, Spanish and English.
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SWITZERLAND
Museum Bellerive - Zürich Design Museum (Zurich)
Jugendstil and Art Nouveau are found in the permanent collection, including collection of ceramics. In German and English.
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NETHERLANDS
Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen  (Rotterdam)
Hosts an important collection of Art Nouveau artists. In English and Dutch.
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GERMANY
Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe  (Hamburg)
A large number of Art Nouveau objects from the collection of Justus Brinckmann (1843-1915). In German and English.
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GERMANY
Museum Kunst Palast - Glas Museum Hentrich (Düsseldorf)
The museum's glass collection includes a section with Art Nouveau and Secession including works by Emile Gallé, Josef Hoffmann and Louis C. Tiffany. In German.
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HUNGARY
Museum of Applied Arts  (Budapest)
A magnificent Secession building by architect Ödön Lechner (1845-1914).
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REPUBLIC OF SERBIA
Museum of Applied Arts of Belgrade (MPU) (Belgrade)
The section "departments with collections" hosts a collection of ceramics, glass and porcelain from the 18th and 19th century. In Serbian and English.
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