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FRANCE
Villa La Hublotière  (Le Vesinet)
The Berthe Villa, more commonly known as "La Hublotière", was built by the architect Hector Guimard from spring until autumn of 1896. In French and English.
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FRANCE
Typographie & Civilisation- Georges Peignot, la tentation de l’Art Nouveau  (International)
Overview of the typography of Georges Peignot. In French.
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USA
Elbert Hubbard Roycroft Museum (New York)
The Hubbard Museum combined its acquisitions with the Roycroft collection of George and Gladys ScheideMantel in the house they had built (1910) by Roycroft Craftsmen. The garden contains a fountain base by Catherine Maltwood. The Godfrey family purchased
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USA
The Roycrofters (East Aurora)
This site is about the Roycroft handicraft community founded in about 1895 by Elbert Hubbard, who took inspiration from William Morris Arts and Crafts Kelmscott Press. The site includes an interesting list of links and good information about this movement
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USA
The Stickley Museum and Craftsman Farms  (New Jersey)
Craftsman Farms, located in Township of Parsippany-Troy Hills, is the former home of noted turn-of-the-century designer Gustav Stickley, a major proponent of the "Arts and Crafts" home building and furnishing. The log house, built in 1911, is one of the m
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USA
The Zsolnay Tiles Museum  (Newport)
A site dedicated to Zsolnay tiles. The Zsolnay Tile Museum represents the private collection of Federico Santi and John Gacher, Newport, Rhode Island. In English.
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GERMANY
ADELTA- Henry van de Velde collection (International)
Furniture designed by Henry van de Velde is the main focus of this site. ADELTA is a commercial company. In English.
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GERMANY
Artists' Colony Darmstadt on the Mathildenhöhe  (Darmstadt)
Art Nouveau villas by architects such as Joseph Maria Olbrich (1867-1908), Peter Behrens (1868–1940) and Alfred Messel (1853-1909). In German.
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GERMANY
Badisches Landesmuseum  (Karlsruhe)
Among others an important collection of Art Nouveau ceramics. In German, English and French.
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GERMANY
Europäischen Vereinigung der Freunde Henry van de Veldes e.V. (International)
Association to promote the works by Henry van de Velde, with a presentation of his most important designs in Belgium and Germany. In German.
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GERMANY
Henry van de Velde- Klassik Stiftung  (Weimar)
An informative site on the life and works of Henry van de Velde. By the Klassik Stiftung, Weimar. In German and English.
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GERMANY
Hessische Landesmuseum  (Darmstadt)
A number of important Art Nouveau objects, among others by Henry van de Velde and Fabergé. In German.
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GERMANY
Jugendstil Bad Nauheim  (Bad Nauheim)
A presentation of the Art Nouveau (Jugend) architecture of Bad Nauheim, presented by Jugendstilverein Bad Nauheim E.V. In German, English and French.
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GERMANY
Jugendstil Hauenstein (International)
Information on Jugendstil architecture in Germany and Europe. In German.
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GERMANY
Jugendstil in Nürnberg  (Nürnberg)
An overview of Art Nouveau architecture in Nürnberg. A part of the website "Baukunst Nürnberg". In German.
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GERMANY
Karl Ernst Osthaus Museum  (Hagen)
Building by Henry van de Velde, commissioned by Karl Ernst Osthaus (1874-1921). In German, 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
Orivit (Köln)
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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GERMANY
Villa Stuck  (München)
Contains an important collection of Art Nouveau objects collected by Franz von Stuck (1863-1928). In German (partly in English).
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GERMANY
Villa Esche  (Chemnitz)
Designed by Henry van de Velde (commission from 1902) for the Esche family, now containing a Henry van de Velde Museum. In German, English and French.
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