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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ICELAND
Culture House (Reykjavik)
National Centre for Cultural Heritage. The style of the library built by the architect Frederik Kiörboe was inspired by Art Nouveau. In English and Icelandic.
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BELGIUM
Dalcroze Institute (Bruxelles-Brussel)
Music school founded by Jacques Dalcroze in the former orthopedic clinic Van Neck Art Nouveau style built in 1910 by Antoine Pompe. In French.
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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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NETHERLANDS
De Stichting Schone Kunsten rond 1900  (Den Haag)
The association collects, since 1964, art from artists active between 1880 and 1920 (now extended to 1940). In Dutch.
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BELGIUM
De Ultieme Hallucinatie  (Bruxelles-Brussel)
Town house built in neo-classical style in 1850, restructured and redecorated in 1904 by architect Paul Hamesse in a Art Nouveau style. Now housing a restaurant. In Dutch, French and English.
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USA
Delaware Art Museum (Wilmington)
Museum with a Pre-Raphaelite collection, which is on view online. In English.
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BELGIUM
Design Museum (Gent)
Important Art Nouveau collection. Among others works by Henry van de Velde, Victor Horta, Paul Hankar, Gustave Serrurier-Bouvy and Philippe Wolfers. In Dutch and English.
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FINLAND
Designmuseo  (Helsinki)
The Designmuseo’s comprehensive and varied collections shed light on the history and development of Finnish design, including the Art Nouveau era. In English, Finnish and Swedish.
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GERMANY
Deutsches Tapetenmuseum (Kassel)
Website of the German wallpaper museum. In German.
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INTERNATIONAL
Die europäische Henry van de Velde-Route ()
An architectural route through France, Belgium, Netherlands and Germany. Organised by the Henry van de Velde-Gesellschaft e.V. In German, Dutch and French.
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SPAIN
Disseny Hub (Barcelona)
The Disseny Hub contains three museums: the Museum of Decorative Arts, which includes a European collection, the Textile Museum and the Cabinet of Graphic Arts. In Catalan, Castilian and English.
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INTERNATIONAL
Dorian Frank (International)
The Website of this former professor of architectural history and design history as well as furniture designer hosts a very nice collection of beautiful Art nouveau-Jugendstil items, going from tea & coffee services, centerpieces to ceramics, furnitures... In English.
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GREAT BRITAIN
Dorman Museum  (Middleborough)
The Dorman Museum has a large collection of Linthorpe Pottery, including many designs by Dr. Christopher Dresser. Currently under refurbishment.
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NETHERLANDS
Drents Museum  (Assen)
Hosts a collection of Art Nouveau paintings and objects. Collected by the "Stichting Schone Kunsten rond 1900". In Dutch.
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FRANCE
Ecole de Nancy - Art Nouveau (Nancy)
A site presenting the works of Ecole de Nancy. Produced by Office de tourisme de Nancy. In French.
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FRANCE
Ecole de Nancy Art Nouveau - Flickr album (Nancy)
A Flickr album about the Ecole de Nancy and Art Nouveau heritage, by J. Labrado. In english.
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FRANCE
Ecole de Nancy Museum's blog (Nancy)
A blog with informal articles about the Art Nouveau movement. In French.
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GREAT BRITAIN
Edgar Wood (Manchester)
Introduction to architect Edgar Wood's work. In English.
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FRANCE
Egyptian House (Strasbourg)
The Egyptian house was designed in 1905 by the young and slef-taught Franz Scheyder for a tailor. Painted in vivid colors with a giant mural, the facade is decorated with the representation of a duck hunting in the marshes of the Nile carried out by Adolf Zilly.
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USA
Elbert Hubbard Roycroft Museum (New York)
The Hubbard Museum combined its acquisitions with the Roycroft collection of George and Gladys ScheideMantel in the house they had built (1910) by Roycroft Craftsmen. The garden contains a fountain base by Catherine Maltwood. The Godfrey family purchased
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