Enllaços a llocs relacionats amb l'Art Nouveau

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UNITED KINGDOM
The De Morgan Foundation (London)
The official website of the De Morgan Center, which promotes the Arts and Crafts Movement. In English.
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UNITED KINGDOM
The Standen House (Standen)
A presentation by the National Trust of the Standen family home built by Philipp Webb and William Morris, with the participation of others big names of the Arts and Crafts Movement. In English.
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BELGIUM
Maison du Peuple de Saint-Gilles  (Bruxelles-Brussel)
A presentation of this former meeting, cultural and politic debate place built by Alfred Malchair in 1905 endowed with a big Art nouveau Hall and become nowadays a communal cultural activities Center. In English.
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FRANCE
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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SPAIN
Gaudi's furniture (Barcelona)
A presentation of Antoni Gaudi’s furniture, indivisibled elements of his architectural works. In Spanish and English.
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UNITED KINGDOM
Russell-Cotes Art Gallery and Museum (Bournemouth)
The official website of the Russell-Cotes Art Gallery and Museum, offering a virtual visit of the East Cliff Hall House, built in 1897. In English.
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BELGIUM
Instituut van de Ursulinen wintertuin (Onze-Lieve-Vrouw-Waver)
A presentation of the Ursulinen Institute which houses an Art nouveau Winter garden, built in 1900. In Dutch.
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BELGIUM
Henry Van de Velde ()
A short biography of this Art nouveau Architect. In English.
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GERMANY
Bröhan-Museum (Berlin)
The official website of the Bröhan Museum, state museum specialised in Art Nouveau, Art Déco, the functionalism and the Berlin Secession (1889-1939). In German, English and French.
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GERMANY
Henry Van de Velde  (Weimar)
The Bauhaus-Universität Weimar website which offers a short biography and the career of Henry Van de Velde. In German.
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FRANCE
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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GERMANY
Drawings of Edward Burne-Jones  (Stuttgart)
The official website of the Stuttgart Staatgalerie which houses drawings of the pre-raphaelite painter Edward Burne-Jones. In German and English.
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UNITED STATES
GreatBuildings ()
The GreatBuilgings website presents selected classics of world architecture and great designers, notably linked to the Art Nouveau movement. In English.
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NETHERLANDS
Wiki Loves Art Nouveau ()
A new virtual exhibition offered by Wikimedia and Europeana based on user-generated content, which explores some of the finest examples of Art Nouveau architecture from across Europe. In German, Dutch, English, Spanish, French, Italian, Latvian, Polish and Swedish.
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FRANCE
Art Nouveau and Art déco in Saint Quentin (Saint-Quentin)
A webpage dedicated to the mix of Art Nouveau and Art deco of fronts and decorations in Saint-Quentin. In French.
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BELGIUM
"The four seasons" of Hélène de Rudder (Bruxelles-Brussel)
The Museum Talks Website offers the presentation of the Art Nouveau piece of embroidery “The four seasons” of Hélène De Rudder, hosted in the Brussels Museum of Costume and Lace by the art historian Caroline Esgain.In French.
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BELGIUM
Heritage Craftsmen Union  (Spa)
This official website presents the Heritage Craftsmen Union which aims to save the knowledges collected along the course of generations and also to defend and promote the status of the Craftsman. In French.
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GEORGIA
Art Nouveau of Georgia ()
This website gives an overview of the Art Nouveau in Georgia and shows a wide selection of Art Nouveau elements pictures in different Georgian cities. In English.
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UNITED KINGDOM
Two Temple Place (London)
The official website of the late-Victorian period residence and estate office of William Waldorf Astor, built in 1895, which houses now Arts & Crafts exhibitions. In English.
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UNITED STATES
Museum of Fine Arts Houston (Houston)
The permanent collection of the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston contains some works of Louis Comfort Tiffany like “Vase” (1892-93) and the window “A Wooded Landscape in Three Panels” (1905).
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