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HUNGARY
The Art Nouveau mosaic triptych by A. Dudits (Budapest)
A webpage dedicated to the Art Nouveau mosaic triptych designed by Andor Dudits on the VIII. District, Népszinház utca 22 in Budapest, showing for the first time on Internet the whole mosaic in detail. In English and Dutch.
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HUNGARY
Budapest Architect: Hungarian with Jewish influences (Budapest)
This website is focused on the period from about 1890 to 1948 in the architectural history of Budapest, and devotes Webpages to Art nouveau in all its forms. In English and Dutch.
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BELGIUM
Cento Anni Antiquités (Bruxelles-Brussel)
This gallery, present in Paris as well as Brussels, founded in 1983 by Juan Rodrigo Diaz-Romero and Maria Isabel Romero-Mendez is notably concentrated on Art Nouveau field. In French and English.
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FRANCE
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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FRANCE
Rivage de Bohême (Paris)
An illustrated Webpage dedicated to the Art nouveau drawings. In French.
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UNITED KINGDOM
Online Exhibitions of the Arts & Crafts Museum (Cheltenham)
The Cheltenham Art Gallery & Museum has created a series of online exhibitions and resources highlighting elements of the Arts and Crafts collection. In English.
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UNITED KINGDOM
Arts & Crafts Museum at Cheltenham Art Gallery and Museum (Cheltenham)
This Website, attached to the Cheltenham Art Gallery and Museum, enables to discover the Arts & Crafts movement through online exhibitions, resources and trails. In English.
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UNITED KINGDOM
Liberty's of London (London)
According to the Arts & Crafts Museum, “No Arts & Crafts tour of London would be complete without a visit to Liberty's in Regent Street, opened in 1875, and stocking both one-off hand-made items and factory-made goods in the Arts & Crafts tradition - as they do today.” In English.
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UNITED KINGDOM
Court Barn Chipping Camden (Chipping Camden)
The Museum Court Barn Chipping Camden celebrates the lives and the skill of talented artists, designers and craftspeople who have worked in and around Chipping Camden and the north Cotswolds since the time of the Arts and Crafts movement in the early 20th century. In English.
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UNITED KINGDOM
Gordon Russel Museum (Broadway)
This website presents the Gordon Russel Museum, which celebrates the work of the renowned 20th century furniture designer Sir Gordon Russel MC, greatly influenced by the Arts & Crafts movement. In English.
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UNITED KINGDOM
Rodmarton Manor (Cirencester)
The official Website of Rodmarton Manor, which is the supreme example of a house built and all its furniture made according to Arts and Crafts ideals and which was one of the last country houses to be built and furnished in the old traditional style when everything was done by hand with local stone, local timber and local craftsmen. In English.
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UNITED KINGDOM
Owlpen Manor (Uley)
The official website of this famous Tudor House which owes its survival to the late nineteenth-century reassessment of the vernacular styles of early houses and farm buildings under the inspiration of the Arts and Crafts movement by the outstanding Cotswold Arts & Crafts architect Norman Jewson in 1926. The Manor hosts now holiday cottages. In English.
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UNITED KINGDOM
Kelmscott Manor (Kelmscott)
The official Website of the Kelmscott Manor that William Morris chose as his summer home, signing a joint lease with the Pre-Raphaelite painter Dante Gabriel Rossetti in the summer of 1871. The house - perhaps the most evocative of all the houses associated with Morris - contains an outstanding collection of the possessions and works of Morris, his family and associates (Benson, Burne-Jones, Rossetti and Webb amongst them), including furniture, original textiles, pictures, carpets, ceramics and metalwork. In English.
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UNITED KINGDOM
Little Holland House (Carshalton )
The official Website of the former home of artist, designer and craftsman Frank Dickinson (1874-1961). The interior was created entirely by Dickinson, inspired by the ideals of John Ruskin and William Morris and contains Dickinson's paintings, hand-made furniture, furnishings, metalwork and carving, in a unique fusion of Art Nouveau and the English Arts and Crafts style. In English.
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UNITED KINGDOM
The Watts Chapel (Compton)
Designed and built by Mary Watts, the wife of the artist G.F. Watts, the Chapel is a wonderful fusion of influences, including Art Nouveau, Celtic, Romanesque and Egyptian. In English.
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UNITED KINGDOM
The Huntarian (Glasgow)
The official Website of the Hunterian, founded in 1807 and. It is the Scotland's oldest public museum and home to one of the largest collections outside the National Museums. It hosts notably the largest single holding of the work of Charles Rennie Mackintosh and The Mackintosh House, the reassembled interiors from his Glasgow home. In English.
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UNITED KINGDOM
Belgrave Hall (Leicester)
Belgrave Hall features a fine selection of Arts and Crafts furniture: the dining room is set in the style of the Arts and Crafts movement of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The furniture was designed by the famous Cotswold Group, of which Leicester-born Ernest Gimson was a member. In English.
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UNITED KINGDOM
Abbot Hall Art Gallery (Cumbria)
The Abbot Hall Art Gallery hots a fine collection of paintings and exhibitions on Arts & Crafts artists.
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UNITED KINGDOM
Brantwood (Cumbria)
The official Website of the former home of John Ruskin. Displays and activities in the house, gardens and estate reflect the wealth of cultural associations associated with Ruskin’s legacy – from the Pre Raphaelites and Arts and Crafts Movement to the founding of the National Trust and the Welfare State. In English.
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UNITED KINGDOM
Broad Leys (Cumbria)
Broad Leys is a superb example of Arts and Craft Architecture designed by the famous arts and crafts architect CFA Voysey, and was built in 1898 on the shores of Lake Windermere in the heart of the Lake District. Broad Leys is available to the public for accommodation and private functions.
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