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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The World Art Nouveau (International)
The project "The World Art Nouveau" curated by Andrea Speziali, aims to bring to light the web, on a dedicated site, all the masterpieces of late '800 and '900 which belong to the great artistic movement commonly known as Art Nouveau, Jugendstil or Secession. In Italian. The project aims in particular to architecture and secondly furnishings (furniture, lamps, ceramics, etc. ...) and graphics.
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ITALY
Romagna Liberty (Romagna)
The project "Romagna Liberty" is developed by Andrea Speziali with the collaboration of institutions, public authorities, individuals concerned to support and aims to re-evaluate this artistic movement that developed between the end of '800 and '900 in Italy. In Italian.
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ITALY
Romagna Liberty - Flick images galery (Romagna)
This Flickr images galery created by Andrea Speziali presents the Liberty architecture between the XIXth and the XXth century in Emilia-Romagna. In Italian.
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ITALY
Riccione in Villa (Riccione)
This illustrated Website created and managed by Andrea Speziali presents a touristic cultural itinerary in the City of Riccione, and some Liberty style buildings. In Italian.
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HUNGARY
Árkád Bazár (Budapest)
Julius Palacinka presents on the interesting and essential Website "Budapest Architect" an illustrated and well documented article about the building Árkád Bazár located in VII. Dohány utca 22-24 in Budapest, built in 1908-1909 by József and László Vágó, divided in three parts. In English.
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FRANCE
Botany and Art Nouveau (Lorraine)
The horticultural heritage from Lorraine (patrimoine horticole lorrain) aims at the enhancing of the regional origins, the local production of plants and the safeguard of plants created in Lorraine one century ago by "obtenteurs" (creators of new varieties) like Victor Lemoine or Emile Gallé. The Website comes naturally back to the arrival of the great horticulturist of the XIXth century. In French.
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BELGIUM
Victor Horta: House-Studio in Brussels (Bruxelles-Brussel)
On his blog "My architectural Moleskine", Carlos Zeballos presents a nice and very well illustrated portrait of the Victor Horta's House-Studio, completed with nice pictures, drawings and plans of the building. In English.
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ITALY
Italian Liberty Style (Italy)
Free online reading of the book "Italian Liberty Style" thanks to Issuu and ACC Distribution. In English.
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INTERNATIONAL
Art Nouveau Style (International)
This Tumblr blog run by an Art Nouveau lover presents mostly pictures of Art Nouveau works. In English.
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ROMANIA
National Museum Peles (Sinaia)
Official Website of the National Museum of Peles whose permanent collections host Art Nouveau works (glassworks, silverware, clocks, ceramics, stained-glasses...). In Romania and English.
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INTERNATIONAL
Art Nouveau and the psychology of interior space (International)
This articles tries to determine the main goal of Art Nouveau interior spaces: decorative pleasure or socially connected goal? In English.
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UNITED KINGDOM
Mackintosh Architecture (Glasgow)
'Mackintosh Architecture' provides a richly-illustrated Catalogue of all known architectural projects by Charles Rennie Mackintosh. The site also provides entries for projects by the practice, John Honeyman & Keppie / Honeyman, Keppie & Mackintosh during the Mackintosh years 1889–1913; images and data from the office record books; a catalogue raisonné of over 1200 drawings by Mackintosh and the practice; analytical and contextual essays; biographies of over 400 clients, colleagues, contractors and suppliers; timeline; glossary; and bibliography.
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HUNGARY
Budapest Architect: 1893-1918 buildings - Overview (Budapest)
Julius Palacinka presents in his Website "Budapest Architect" an illustrated overview of buildings built in Budapest between 1893 and 1918, and especially some Art Nouveau buildings (see pictures 13, 34 and 36). In English.
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INTERNATIONAL
Art Nouveau @ Live journal (International)
This Art Nouveau community on Livejournal run by a diverse group of individuals from around the world presents illustrated posts on Art Nouveau works worldwide. In English.
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FRANCE
The Mougin Stoneware (Nancy)
Website dedicated to the brothers Joseph and Pierre Mougin, ceramicists and sculptors from Nancy, contemporary of the Ecole de Nancy, jewel of the Art Nouveau vegetable of the Lorraine then of the emergence of Art Déco. In French.
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BELGIUM
Liège Art nouveau: Fragnée- Guillemins - Flickr album (Liège)
A nice image gallery Flickr created by Raymond Dejong presenting the Art Nouveau heritage in Liège (Fragnée- Guillemins district, Pirnay House, Bacot House, Piot House, Dubois House). In French.
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FRANCE
The Art Nouveau woodworks of the Jacques pharmacy (Nancy)
An interesting article published by the society for the protection of the landscape and aesthetics of France which presents Art Nouveau in Nancy and especially the Art Nouveau woodworks of the Jacques pharmacy and raise the issue of the protection of the Nancy Art Nouveau heritage. In French.
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FRANCE
A walk to discover Art Nouveau in Paris (Paris)
The offical Website of the City of Paris offers an interactive walk and a slide show of pictures to discover the Art Nouveau architecture in Paris. In French.
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HUNGARY
Gresham Palace (Budapest)
The Webblog "See Budapest!Lásd Budapestet!" presents in a documented and illustrated the Gresham Palace, located in Budapest built in 1904 in the Art Nouveau style, which hosts especially decorations in ceramics from the Zsolnay factory. In Hungarish.
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FRANCE
Private mansion 26, rue Sleidan (Strasbourg)
The Website "Small Heritage" presents the private mansion of the Sleidan street built by Auguste Brion between 1905 and 1906, which contain numerous Art Nouveau elements (ironwork of the entrance metal gate, stained glasses...). In French.
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