Art Nouveau Links

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CANADA
The Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art (Toronto)
The Gardiner Museum hosts many special exhibitions each year, some featuring 19th and 20th Century ceramics
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CANADA
William Morris Society of Canada (Toronto)
The William Morris Society of Canada aims to foster knowledge about the life and work of William Morris (1834-1896), the 19th century English artist, writer, and craftsman. In English.
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CROATIA
Zagreb Museum for Arts and Crafts (Zagreb)
Official website of the Museum of Arts and Crafts in Zagreb. In Serbo-Croat.
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CROATIA
Rijeka Museum (Rijeka)
Website of the Rijeka City Museum presenting an Art Nouveau collection. In Croatian.
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CROATIA
Pomorski i povijesni muzej (Rijeka)
Website of the Pomorski i povijesni museum which includes an Art Nouveau collection. In Croatian.
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CROATIA
Society for Promotion and Protection of Rijeka's Industrial Heritage (Rijeka)
Website of the foundation "Pro Torpedo Rijeka" which aims to promote and protect Rijeka's industrial heritage. In Croatian and English
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CROATIA
Hotel Jadran (Rijeka)
Website of the Art Nouveau style Hotel Jadran built in 1911 in Rijeka. In Croatian, English, Italian, German.
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CROATIA
Hotel Mozart (Opatija)
Website of the Art Nouveau style Hotel Mozart that opened in 1896. In Croatian, English, Italian
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CUBA
Art Nouveau (La Habana)
An architectural tour of Havana and other Cuban towns. In English.
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CZECH REPUBLIC
Mucha Museum  (Praha)
Dedicated to the life and work of artist Alphonse Mucha (1860-1939). In Czech, French, English, German and Japanese.
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CZECH REPUBLIC
The Municipal House (Prague)
Official site of The Municipal House, one of the most famous Art Nouveau buildings in Prague. In Czech and English.
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CZECH REPUBLIC
Flickr - Art Nouveau Prague (Prague)
Website used to share photographs from all over the world. This filer, put on line by a Frenchman, is about Art Nouveau in Prague. In French.
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CZECH REPUBLIC
Brtnice Josef Hoffmann Museum (Brtnice)
Illustrated page about the Josef Hoffmann Native House in Brtnice. In Czech and English.
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CZECH REPUBLIC
Moravska Galerie (Brno)
Official website of the Moravska Galerie in Brno. In Czech and English.
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CZECH REPUBLIC
Jurkovič House (Brno-Žabovřesky)
Official Website of the Jurkovič Villa, built in 1906 by Dušan Samo Jurkovič (1868-1947) inspired by the English Arts and Crafts movement, Camille Sitte, Edgar Wood, C.R. Mackintosh and, in particular, H.M. Baillie-Scott. In Czech and English.
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DENMARK
Danish Museum of Art and Design (Copenhagen)
The collections include decorative and applied arts and industrial design from the Western World from the Late Middle Ages to now, with a special emphasis on Danish design and applied arts around 1900 to the present day. In Danish and English.
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ESTONIA
Estonian Art Nouveau ()
Presentation of Estonian Art Nouveau, published by the Estonian Institute. In English.
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ESTONIA
Museum of Estonian Architecture Museum of Estonian Architecture (Tallinn)
This Museum hosts collections from the 20th century with furniture designs by Finnish architects Armas Lindgren & Wivi Lönn. The greater Tallinn plan (1913) by Eliel Saarinen can also be seen there. In Estonian and English.
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FINLAND
Visavuori, The House and Studio of Emil Wickström  (Valkeakoski)
Wikström designed the buildings himself, beginning in 1894 with a combined studio and home. In Finnish and English.
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FINLAND
The National Museum of Finland  (Helsinki)
The collections show the history of Finnish culture and society from the Middle Ages until the beginning of the 20th century. In Finnish, Swedish and English.
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