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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Kunstmuseum Bern (Bern)
In this museum, one can see works of artists of international renown, such as Toulouse-Lautrec, but also works of Swiss artists such as Ferdinand Hodler. In German, English and French.
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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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SWITZERLAND
Vitromusée Romont (Romont)
Swiss Museum of Stained Glass Art. In French.
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SWITZERLAND
World Heritage in Switzerland ()
Swiss sites listed in UNESCO World Heritage, including the towns of La Chaux-de-Fonds and Le Locle, in particular for their Art Nouveau heritage. In French, German, Italian and English.
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Fanantique (St Gallen)
Antiques, from the antiquity period to contemporary art, with a section 1900 - Art nouveau. In French and English.
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At the time of great Art Nouveau architectures - Lausanne (Lausanne)
The newspaper Le temps presents a slide show of pictures of Art Nouveau heritage in Lausanne présented by Jacques Lasserre. In French.
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SWITZERLAND
Saint-François Galleries (Lausanne)
Presentation of the Saint-François Galleries, built in 1907-1909 by Georges Epitaux with the collaboration of the architect Joseph Austermayer from Munich, which host Art Nouveau glass-roof as well as a restaurant, of which the wonderful decor inspired from the artistic movement of the Viennese secession and designed by Georges Epitaux was destroyed in 1943. In French.
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SWEDEN
Centralbadet (Stockholm)
In 1904, the Art Nouveau architect Wilhelm Klemming created this Centralbadet, an innovative combination of baths within an impressive Art Nouveau exterior and well-conceived park. In Swedish and English.
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Sturebadet (Stockholm)
The interior of the swimming pool is in Jugendstil with Old Norse and Moorish features created by the architect Hjalmar Molin. In Swedish and English.
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Arkitekturmuseet (Stockholm)
A place for architecture, city planning, interior design and design. Exhibitions with both contemporary and historical themes. The exhibition architecture in Sweden illustrates building traditions through the age. In Swedish and English.
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SWEDEN
Strindbergmuseet (Stockholm)
The museum dedicated to the Swedish writer August Strindberg (1849-1912) was his last house. The Blue Tower was built in Art Nouveau style in 1907 by the architectural firm Hagström & Ekman. Swedish and English.
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SPAIN
Associacio Cultural César Martinell ()
A site dedicated to the architect César Martinell (1888-1973). In Spanish.
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Capsa Gaudi  (Reus)
A presentation of an ongoing project in the city of Reus, it opens in 2007. In Catalan, Spanish, English, French and German.
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Casa Batllo  (Barcelona)
A reform of the building in 1875 by Gaudi resulted in one of his most poetic and inspired artistic compositions. Open for visits. In Spanish, Catalan, English and French.
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Casa Museu Gaudi  (Barcelona)
Showing important works by Gaudi. In Catalan.
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Casa-Museu Modernista  (Novelda)
Novelda’s Modernista House-Museum is located in a modernista building designed by Pedro Cerdan Martinez (1903-1906) and is now a centre for modernista research and promotion. In Spanish.
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Centre de Documentació i Museu Tèxtil  (Terrassa)
Has an important collection of Art Nouveau textiles designs. In English.
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Colonia Güell  (Barcelona)
The official website of the Colonia Güell. In Castellan, Catalan, English, French, German and Japanese.
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Ferrol Metrópoli Foundation  (Ferrol)
A presentation of Art Nouveau architecture in Ferrol, but also giving a general presentation of Art Nouveau as a movement. In Spanish and English.
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Fundación Francisco Godia  (Barcelona)
A collection of paintings from Modernista artists, among others Manolo Hugué. In English, Spanish and Catalan.
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