Enllaços a llocs relacionats amb l'Art Nouveau

Enllaços a llocs relacionats amb l'Art Nouveau

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Eugene Grasset ()
Blog dedicated to the artist Eugene Grasset. In French.
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Peacock's Garden ()
Website dedicated to the peacock's iconography with many Art Nouveau references. In French.
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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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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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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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Eloge de l'Art ()
Blog about Art history by Alain Truong with Art Nouveau ceramics. In French.
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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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Syberia I and II ()
Videogame with Art Nouveau scenery. Page in French.
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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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Oscar Graf, XIX Decorative Arts XX (Paris)
This gallerist owner, based in Paris, specialized in decorative Arts from the end of XIXth century to the beginning of XXth century and coming from most of the European countries as well as the United States, attaches a particular importance to the Japanese or “aesthetic” movement, which operated in western Europe from 1868. In French or in English.
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Rivage de Bohême (Paris)
An illustrated Webpage dedicated to the Art nouveau drawings. In French.
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The Lalique Museum (Wingen-sur-Moder)
The official website of the Lalique Museum, which houses the Art nouveau creations of René Lalique (jewels, drawings, perfume bottles, crystals). In French, English and German.
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The Saint-Vianney Hotel (Le Cannet)
The official website of the Bonnard Museum, housed in the Vianney Hotel, typical Villa of the 1900’s buildings. In French.
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The Art nouveau work of René Binet (Paris)
A webpage dedicated to the work of the french architect and designer René Binet, associated with the Art nouveau trend by his natural inspired work. In English.
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The « La croisée des Arts nouveaux » Association (Strasbourg)
Website of the « La croisée des Arts nouveaux » Association, promoting Arts nouveaux through conferences, guided tours, outings and scientific analysis. In French.
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The Cure d’air Trianon  (Malzéville)
A webpage dedicated to this summer Brasserie built in Malzéville in 1902 in the Nancy-style Art nouveau, expression of the “Belle-Epoque” lifestyle. In French.
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Musée départemental de l'Oise (Beauvais)
Collection with creations by Gustave Serrurier-Bovy and Auguste Delaherche. In French.
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Antiques 1900-1930 ()
Art Déco and Art Nouveau antiquities. In French and English.
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Art Nouveau Pharmacy in Commercy (Commercy)
Page dedicated to an Art Nouveau chemist's in Commercy (Meuse). In French.
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Euville cityhall (Meuse) (Euville)
Wikipedia page about the City Hall of Euville, the only public building built in the Ecole de Nancy style. Achieved in 1903 by H. Gutton and E. Vallin, the building also hosts stained-glass windows by J. Gruber and lights by Louis Majorelle. In French.
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