Art Nouveau Links

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Villa Franfreluche (Bois-de-Cise)
Presentation and pictures of this Belle-Epoque Villa built in 1900 by the architect Bourgeois, available for rent. In French.
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Art Nouveau walk in Dijon (Dijon)
Leaflet of the City of Dijon suggesting a discovery of Art Nouveau buildings through the city. In French.
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The architecture of XXth century in Hautes-Pyrénées (France) (Hautes-Pyrénées)
The Departemental Center of educational documentation of the Hautes-Pyrénées (CDDP) presents the Art Nouveau and Modern style architecture in Hautes-Pyrénées through numerous and documented and illustrated examples. Interesting initiative! In French.
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Art Nouveau, Art Déco tours in Clichy-la-Garenne (Clichy-la-Garenne)
The City of Clichy-la-Garenne (France) offers a tour around its Art Nouveau heritage, through a touristic leaflet to download and the rent of audioguides. In French.
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Restaurant Le Pharamond (Paris)
Official Website of the restaurant Le Pharamond,redecorated in 1898 in view of the International Fair of Paris in order to host Belle-Epoque decors and listed as an historical monument in 1989. In French and English.
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Castle of Ilbarritz (Bidart)
Presentation of the Castle of Ilbarritz, in a Belle-Epoque style, built between 1895 and 1897 by Gustave Huguenin for the baron Albert de l'Espée and which hosted the biggest organ ever conceived for a private individual (organ builder Cavaillé-Coll). In French.
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Art Nouveau and Art déco in Saint-Quentin (Saint-Quentin)
The community Website Petit patrimoine (little heritage) aims to list monuments which are not listed as historical monuments and presents here some examples of Art Nouveau and Art Déco heritage in Saint-Quentin. In French.
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Art Nouveau of Allier (Moulins et Vichy)
This Webpage presents Art Nouveau in Allier and focus especially on Vichy and its thermal architecture and Moulins with its disseminated buildings. In French.
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Art Nouveau, Art déco, retro Allier ! (Vichy)
The tourist office of Allier presents the Art Nouveau then Art Déco buildings which succeed each other in Vichy. In French.
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Musée des Beaux-Arts de Reims (Reims)
Art Nouveau fund from the collection of Henry Vasnier, collector and director of Champagne House Pommery. In French.
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Musée Départemental de l'Oise (Beauvais)
The selection of the museum includes the decorator Pierre-Victor Galland (legacy Klaus Otto-Preis), the Art Nouveau designer Gustave Serrurier-Bovy and Auguste Delaherche for the decorative arts of the period, and sculptors Blondat and Récipon. Until the end of the renovation of some annexes, regular temporary exhibitions about Art Nouveau were organized since 2000. In French.
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Le Grand Café (Moulins)
Brasserie built in 1899 in Art Nouveau style and listed as historical monument in 1978. In French.
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Eloge de l'Art ()
Blog about Art history by Alain Truong with Art Nouveau ceramics. In French.
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Museum of Printing (Lyon)
The Museum of Printing of Lyon offers exhibitions as well as archives listed on the website. In French.
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Syberia I and II ()
Videogame with Art Nouveau scenery. Page in French.
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L'Art nouveau (Northampton)
Blog dedicated to Art Nouveau and movements that inspired it as Japanese, Pre-Raphaelites or symbolism. In French.
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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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Maison du Bois des Moutiers (Varengeville-sur-Mer)
The British architect Sir Edwin Lutyens (1869-1944) built a unique House at Varengeville-sur-mer in France, inspired by the movement “Arts & Crafts” and the ideas of its founder William MORRIS (1838-1896). In French.
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Maurice Dufresne Museum (Azay-le-Rideau)
Museum of machines adn vehicules, especially from the early 20th century. In French.
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Musée National du Sport (Paris)
Museum hosting a collection of Art Nouveau posters. In French.
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