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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PUERTO RICO
Museo de Arte de Ponce (Ponce)
Victorian art collection (Pre-raphaelites). In Spanish.
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FRANCE
Champigneulles Breweries (Champigneulles)
Office buildings designed by renowned architect Lucien Bentz in association with sculptor Alfred Finot steering committee member of the School of Nancy. The first stone was laid in 1897. 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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SPAIN
Castell dels Tres Dragons (Barcelona)
This work of Lluís Domènech i Montaner was designed as a cafe-restaurant for the Universal Exhibition of 1888. It is notable for its architectural & artistic value, with influences from Catalan Gothic & Mudéjar architecture. In Catalan, Spanish & English.
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Zamora (Zamora)
Official website of the town of Zamora, now member of the Art Nouveau European Route. In Spanish.
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SPAIN
Cabanyal (Valencia)
Working-class modernist quarter of the City of Valencia, by the sea. In Spanish, Valencian and English.
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SPAIN
Fundacion Instituto Amatller de Arte Hispanico (Barcelona)
The foundation has the twin aims of preserving the Casa Amatller (built by architect Josep Puig i Cadafalch) complete with its collections, and of promoting research into the history of Hispanic Art. In Castillian, Catalan and English.
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BELGIUM
Costermans House (Bruxelles-Brussel)
Mansion of the 18th century hosting an ironwork workshop, including Art Nouveau style restorations. In French, Dutch 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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MEXICO
Art Nouveau en Mexico (Mexico)
Webpage about Art Nouveau in Mexico City. In Spanish.
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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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GERMANY
Von Zezschwitz Kunst und Design (München)
Saleroom with Jugendstil, Art Déco, Modern and Design objects. In German and English.
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BELGIUM
Art Nouveau winter garden (Onze-Lieve-Vrouw)
Photos of an Art Nouveau winter garden with Art Nouveau stained-glass. In French.
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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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AUSTRALIA
National Gallery of Victoria (Victoria)
Pre-Raphaelite collection, with, amongst others, works from Edward Burne-Jones, John-Everett Millais, William Morris, Arthur Hughes, William Holman Hunt, Australia, Australie, Victoria
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BELGIUM
Traditional Tea House Théo (Bruxelles-Brussel)
Tea House hosted in an Art Nouveau building. In French.
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SPAIN
Hotel La Vila (Majorco)
Hotel built in 1904 in Art Nouveau style. In Catalan, Castilian, English, German, French.
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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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FRANCE
Antiques 1900-1930 ()
Art Déco and Art Nouveau antiquities. In French and English.
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SWITZERLAND
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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