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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Museu de l'Estampacio de Premia de Mar (Premia de Mar)
The Museum of Printing located in the building of the former Factory Gas aims to explain printing as a technique and the role of this economic activity for Catalonia. Castilian, Catalan, English, French, German, English, Basque, Galician, portugais.
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RUSSIA
Mockba Style Moderne (Moscow)
Webpage about modern style in Moscow. In Russian and English.
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HUNGARY
Liszt Academy of Music (Budapest)
A virtual tour allows to discover this Art Nouveau building constructed by Ödön Mihalovich. In Hungarian, Cantonese, Korean, Japanese, Arabic, Spanish 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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FRANCE
Eloge de l'Art ()
Blog about Art history by Alain Truong with Art Nouveau ceramics. In French.
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FRANCE
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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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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FRANCE
Syberia I and II ()
Videogame with Art Nouveau scenery. Page in French.
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FRANCE
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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BELGIUM
Palace Hotel (Bruxelles-Brussel)
Built in 1908 by architect Adhemar Lener, assisted by the young Antoine Pompe, the hotel was completely renovated in 2006-2007 with a decoration inspired by Gustav Klimt and 10 rooms furnished in the style of late-century. In English.
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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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GREAT BRITAIN
Blackwell - The Arts and Crafts House (Bowness-on-Windermere)
Arts & Crafts style house built and furnished by architect Baillie Scott in 1900. It now houses a collection of decorative arts. In English.
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FRANCE
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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SWITZERLAND
Vitromusée Romont (Romont)
Swiss Museum of Stained Glass Art. In French.
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FRANCE
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. In French.
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SPAIN
Fundacion Francisco Godia (Barcelona)
The Foundation's new headquarters are located in the Casa Garriga Nogués built by the architect Enric Sagnier at the end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th century for the banker Rupert Garriga Miranda. In Castilian, Catalan and English.
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FRANCE
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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USA
Gamble House (Pasadena)
The Gamble House in Pasadena, California, is an outstanding example of American Arts and Crafts style architecture. The house and furnishings were designed by Charles and Henry Greene in 1908 for Mr & Mrs Gamble of the Procter & Gamble Company. In English
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GEORGIA
Art Nouveau - European Style in Georgia’s Architecture (Tbilisi)
PDF document. In English.
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FRANCE
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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