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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GREAT BRITAIN
Scotcities ()
Website illustrating the diversity of Scottish Architecture, with among others this page about Mackintosh and Gaudi architectures. In English.
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AUSTRIA
Schwarz-blau Sports Association (Vienna)
Website of the Schwarz-Blau Sports Association. The building was built by Joseph Maria Olbrich in 1898. In German.
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GERMANY
Schloss Wolfsgarten (Darmstadt)
In the park of the castle, an Art Nouveau style theater was built in 1902 for Princess Elizabeth. In German.
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SWITZERLAND
Schloss Hünegg  (Hilterfingen)
An Art Nouveau castle with a museum dedicated to Art Nouveau. In German.
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ITALY
San Pellegrino Terme (San Pellegrino)
Famous thermal city in Italy with a Liberty heritage. In Italian.
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ITALY
Sala Borsa (Bologna)
Located at the entrance of the City Hall, this was first a botanic garden at the XVIth century and was then rehabilitated. In 1883-86, the place was changed into the Sala Borsa with a great cast-iron and glass hall. It is now a library. In Italian.
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SWITZERLAND
Saint-François Galleries (Lausanne)
Presentation of the Saint-François Galleries, built in 1907-1909 by Georges Epitaux with the collaboration of the architect Joseph Austermayer from Munich, which host Art Nouveau glass-roof as well as a restaurant, of which the wonderful decor inspired from the artistic movement of the Viennese secession and designed by Georges Epitaux was destroyed in 1943. In French.
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GREAT BRITAIN
Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts (Norwich)
The Anderson Collection of Art Nouveau comprises jewellery, furniture, glassware and metalwork featuring the fluid organic lines and whiplash curves that characterised European styles in the last years of the 19th century. In English.
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SPAIN
Sagrada Familia  (Barcelona)
The official website of the Sagrada Familia. In Castellan, Catalan and English.
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SPAIN
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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BELGIUM
Rue Darwin 17 (Bruxelles-Brussel)
Art Nouveau style Bed and Breakfast in Ixelles. In French.
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BELGIUM
Rudolf Steiner school (Antwerpen)
Website of the Art Nouveau style school Rudolf Steiner. In Dutch.
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CANADA
Royal Ontario Museum  (Toronto)
City museum, featuring loan collection of the 'Howarth Collection' of Charles Rennie Mackintosh designs, and some Frank Lloyd Wright furnishings.
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FRANCE
Rouen Railway Station (Rouen)
Rouen Railway Station, built in Art Nouveau style by the architect Adolphe Dervaux and opened in 1928.
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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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ITALY
Romagna Liberty - Flick images galery (Romagna)
This Flickr images galery created by Andrea Speziali presents the Liberty architecture between the XIXth and the XXth century in Emilia-Romagna. In Italian.
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ITALY
Romagna Liberty (Romagna)
The project "Romagna Liberty" is developed by Andrea Speziali with the collaboration of institutions, public authorities, individuals concerned to support and aims to re-evaluate this artistic movement that developed between the end of '800 and '900 in Italy. In Italian.
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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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LATVIA
Riga: Art Nouveau Heritage Photo-collection ()
Photographic presentation of the Art Nouveau heritage of Riga. In Latvian and English.
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ITALY
Riccione in Villa (Riccione)
This illustrated Website created and managed by Andrea Speziali presents a touristic cultural itinerary in the City of Riccione, and some Liberty style buildings. In Italian.
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