Enllaços a llocs relacionats amb l'Art Nouveau

Enllaços a llocs relacionats amb l'Art Nouveau

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FRANCE
Visit Art Nouveau in Strasbourg (Strasbourg)
A interesting presentation of Art Nouveau in Strasbourg with useful historical backgrounds as well as Art Nouveau buildings in other cities and in Strasbourg's suburb. In English.
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FINLAND
Visavuori, The House and Studio of Emil Wickström  (Valkeakoski)
Wikström designed the buildings himself, beginning in 1894 with a combined studio and home. In Finnish, Swedish and English.
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FRANCE
Virtual tour: Art Nouveau at the Pinacothèque of Paris – video (Paris)
The radio France Info offers a virtual tour of the exhibition, "Art Nouveau" presented at the Pinacothèque of Paris from 18 April to 8 September 2013 and commented by Marc Restellini. In French.
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UNITED STATES
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts (VMFA) (Richmond)
The VMFA acquired Tiffany Church windows from Richmond, Korean screen and Ezekiel sculpture of Jefferson and hosts a great collection of Art Nouveau's works. In English.
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GERMANY
Villa Weigang  (Bautzen)
Private Art Nouveau villa (1903) of the Weigang family. In German.
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GERMANY
Villa Stuck  (München)
Contains an important collection of Art Nouveau objects collected by Franz von Stuck (1863-1928). In German (partly in English).
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ITALY
Villa Scott (Turin)
A documented presentation of the Villa Scott, built in 1902 by Pietro Fenoglio in Turin, characterized by a fantastic Liberty repertoire. In Italian.
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FRANCE
Villa Schützenberger (Strasbourg)
Art nouveau villa built in 1898 and 1899 by architects Berninger and Krafft on behalf of Oscar Schützenberger. In French and German.
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FRANCE
Villa Schützenberger (Strasbourg)
An other informative presentation of the Art Nouveau Schützenberger Villa by the Archi-Strasbourg Association. In French.
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FRANCE
Villa Schützenberger (Strasbourg)
A well documented description of the Art Nouveau Schützenberger Villa, built by J. Berninger & H.G. Krafft in 1897. In French.
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FRANCE
Villa Majorelle (Nancy)
Louis Majorelle's personal house has been built in 1898 by the architect Henri Sauvage. You can see in this page the history of the House and nice interior and exterior photographs. In French.
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FRANCE
Villa Madelung - Clem's (Strasbourg)
Presentation of this villa in neo-regionalist style built in 1904 by the architectes Henri Gustave Krafft and Jules Berninger, completed by a serie of pictures. In French.
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FRANCE
Villa Lumière  (Paris)
Private Art Nouveau villa of the Lumière family, designed by architects Alex and Boucher, 1899-1902. In French.
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FRANCE
Villa La Hublotière  (Le Vesinet)
The Berthe Villa, more commonly known as "La Hublotière", was built by the architect Hector Guimard from spring until autumn of 1896. In French and English.
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FRANCE
Villa Knopf (Strasbourg)
Presentation of this villa built in 1904 by the architects Henri Gustave Krafft and Jules Berninger, holding a wroughted iron portal in the style of Hector Guimard and some Viennese references. In French.
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GERMANY
Villa Esche  (Chemnitz)
Designed by Henry van de Velde (commission from 1902) for the Esche family, now containing a Henry van de Velde Museum. In German, English and French.
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BELGIUM
Villa des Roses Voltaire (Bruxelles-Brussel)
Official Website of this Bed&Breakfast which displays some Art Nouveau details. In French, Dutch and English.
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FRANCE
Villa Demoiselle - Video (Reims)
Video presenting the Villa Demoiselle and its restoration. The owner describes the Art Nouveau interiors as well as the furniture. In French.
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FRANCE
Villa Demoiselle (Reims)
The Website of the tourist office describes how the Villa Demoiselle was built in Reims in 1909 according to the plans of the architect Louis Sorel (1867-1934) for Louise Pommery. In French.
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FRANCE
Villa Couturier (Forbach)
A brief presentation of the Villa Couturier, built in 1890, by the Moselle's Tourist office. In French.
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