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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Gaudi designer ()
A comprehensive overview of Gaudi's work as an architect and designer. In French and English.
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Gaudi 2002 ()
The website of the Gaudi year 2002, celebrating the 150th anniversary of his birth. In Catalan, Spanish, English and Japanese.
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La Casa Alegre de Sagrera  (Terrassa)
Art Nouveau residence built 1911 for the Sagrera family. Now a museum. In Catalan.
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La Pedrera (Barcelona)
Official website of La Pedrera / Casa Mila (Gaudi, 1911). In Spanish, Catalan and English.
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Madrid Modernista  (Madrid)
A presentation of Art Nouveau in Madrid. In Spanish.
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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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Museu d'Història de la Ciutat  (Barcelona)
Contains, among others, the Interpretation Centre of Park Guëll. In Spanish and English.
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Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya  (Barcelona)
Hosts, among others, a collection of Modernista sculptures. In Catalan, Spanish and English.
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Palau de la Música Catalana  (Barcelona)
Webpage about the modernista building by Lluís Domènech i Montaner (1908). In English.
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Ruta del Modernisme  (Barcelona)
The Modernisme Route is a collective project involving all the entities directly related to the Modernista heritage. It devotes its profits totally to the protection and promotion of this impressive architectural heritage. In Catalan, Spanish, English and
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Sagrada Familia  (Barcelona)
The official website of the Sagrada Familia. In Castellan, Catalan and English.
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Taller de escultura Luis Gueilburt- Coleccion Antoni Gaudi ()
A site dedicated to Luis Gueilburt, a contemporary Gaudinist sculptor. In Spanish and English.
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Palau de la Musica Catalana (Barcelona)
Official website of the Palau de la Musica Catalana. In Spanish, Catalan and English.
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Reus city official website (Reus)
A whole part in this website is dedicated to Modernisme in Reus. In Catalan, Spanish, French, English and German.
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Foundation Lluis Domenech i Montaner (Barcelona)
Website of the "Fundacio Lluis Domenech i Montaner", named after the famous Catalan architect. In Catalan, soon in Castillian and English.
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Casa Fuster (Barcelona)
Website of the 5 stars Hotel "Casa Fuster". This listed modernist style building was built between 1908 and 1911 by the famous architect Lluis Domenech i Montaner. In Catalan, Castilian, English, French, German
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The Gaudi phenomenon (Barcelona)
"El fenomeno Gaudi" is an informative blog about the works of the architect Antoni Gaudi Cornet (1852-1926). In Spanish.
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Sculpture workshop Luis Gueilburt - A. Gaudi collection (Barcelona)
This blog from Luis Gueilburt, Academic director of the Gaudi workshop of the Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, gathers workshops, restorations, conferences and exhibitions about Gaudi. In Spanish and French.
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Art Nouveau European Route (Barcelona)
Official website of the Art Nouveau European Route where you will find information pages about each partner city and also PDF versions of the CoupdeFouet magazine. In Catalan, Castillan, French and English.
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Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau (Barcelona)
The Fundació Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau dates from 1401, when the mediaeval City Council and the Cathedral Chapter commissioned the building of the Hospital de la Santa Creu, now the site of the National Library of Catalonia, to make healthcare a social project. In the early 20th century, banker Pau Gil’s legacy and Barcelona City Council’s contributions enabled construction work on a new hospital to start in 1902 in order to meet the healthcare needs of a city with a booming population. The new hospital project, commissioned to the architect Lluís Domènech i Montaner, was officially opened in 1930 under the name of Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau. The set of pavilions designed by Domènech have become an essential point of reference in terms of the cultural heritage of Barcelona and of the world since being listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997. In Catalan, Castillian and English.
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