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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SLOVENIA
Plecnik's House (Ljubljana)
Plecnik lived in this house from 1921 to 1957. This house now hosts the Plecnik collection which is part of the Architectural Museum Ljubljana.
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SLOVENIA
Art Nouveau tour in Ljubljana (Ljubljana)
This blogpage suggests an Art Nouveau tour in Ljubljana. In French.
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SLOVENIA
City Museum of Ljubljana (Ljubljana)
The permanent exhibition of the museum includes 6 parts dedicated to different periods, including the 19th century. In Slovene and English.
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SERBIA
Museum of Applied Arts of Belgrade (MPU) (Belgrade)
The section "departments with collections" hosts a collection of ceramics, glass and porcelain from the 18th and 19th century. In Serbian and English.
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RUSSIA
Mockba Style Moderne (Moscow)
Webpage about modern style in Moscow. In Russian and English.
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RUSSIA
Metropol Hotel (Moscow)
The website of the Hotel contains a page on the history of the building and a virtual tour to discover this impressive Art Nouveau building. In Russian and English.
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RUSSIA
Art Nouveau in Moscow (Moscou)
The newspaper La Russie d'aujourd'hui (Russia today) presents a series of Art Nouveau buildings which developed in the Russian capital from the beginning of the 20th century until the first Russian revolution and offers contacts of guided tours of the Art Nouveau architecture in Moscow. In French.
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RUSSIA
Muscovite Art Nouveau (Moscow)
IdeaGuide, independant agency of guides-interpreter, offers an excursion of Muscovite Art Nouveau and presents Art Nouveau buildings on its Website. In French, Russian and spanish.
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RUSSIA
The Moscow Art Theatre - the MKhAT (Moscow)
Official Website of the Art Theatre of Moscow which presents the history of the Theatre and suggests a wonderful virtual tour discovering the entrance of the theatre overlooked by a bas-relief representing a swimmer, executed in an Art Nouveau style. In English and Russian.
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ROMANIA
Historic Houses of Romania (Bucarest)
The blog created by Valentin Mandache contains his analyses and opinions on the subject of period buildings, architectural heritage and traditional habitats from Romania’s historic provinces, including an Art Nouveau section. In English.
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ROMANIA
Oradea Stained Glass Windows 1900  (Oradea)
A presentation of Art Nouveau in Oradea. In Romanian, partly in English and French.
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REPUBLIC OF SERBIA
Subotica - Art Nouveau (Subotica)
Very nice Website about the Art Nouveau heritage in Subotica at the initiative of the Informal Group of Citizens “Nasmeši se Subotici” (Smile to Subotica), which is an initiative of a group of experts and a citizens’ association for protecting, preserving and maintaining the cultural heritage of the City of Subotica. In English.
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QUEBEC
Metro station by Guimard in Montreal (Montréal)
Illustrated web page explaining how the city of Paris offered a Guimard Metro Station to the city of Montreal. In English.
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PUERTO RICO
Museo de Arte de Ponce (Ponce)
Victorian art collection (Pre-raphaelites). In Spanish.
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PORTUGAL
City Museum of Aveiro (Aveiro)
Blog of the Art Nouveau Museum of Aveiro. In Portuguese.
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PORTUGAL
Rota de Arte Nova  (Aveiro)
Route showing Art Nouveau buildings in the proximity of Aveiro. In Portugese.
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PORTUGAL
Calouste Gulbenkian Museum (Lisboa)
Official website of the Calouste Gulbenkian Museum. A collection of decorative arts, and a special section dedicated to René Lalique. In Portuguese and English.
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POLAND
Muzeum secesji  ()
Art Nouveau museums in Poland. In Polish.
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POLAND
The Gallery of the Polish Art of the Twentieth Century  (Krakow)
One of the largest collections of Polish painting, sculpture, drawings and prints from 1890 to 2005. In English and Polish.
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Wyspianski Museum  (Krakow)
Devoted to one of Poland's most important artists from the turn of the century. In English and Polish.
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