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AUSTRIA
The allure of Art Nouveau (Vienna)
Series which looks at how the Art Nouveau movement flourished in the burgeoning cities of Europe at the end of the 19th century. This part is dedicated to Vienna. In English. part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iTOe_Mu8o2E&feature=relmfu part 3: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yL_fsHi_jHg&feature=relmfu part 4: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AaJkxr52YWQ&feature=relmfu
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UNITED KINGDOM
The Pre-Raphaelites - video (International)
The BBC presents series examining the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood, who brought notoriety to British art in the 19th century, bursting into the spotlight in 1848 and shocking their peers with a new kind of radical art. In English. part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=35CIurzUKCA&feature=relmfu part 3: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PDcfqf_Uae8&feature=relmfu part 4: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JpLYiSpZ6IA&feature=relmfu part 5: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YdVk2EUalYY&feature=relmfu part 6: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_v7P12MX4CY&feature=relmfu part 7: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hUENBFLzHTQ&feature=relmfu part 8: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k-b02vWvVNc&feature=relmfu part 9: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sSKaGULpLSk&feature=relmfu
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FRANCE
Paris, state of the art of Art Nouveau (Paris)
An article published by the city council of Paris presenting Art nouveau works in Paris (artists, collections)through picture galleries. In French.
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CZECH REPUBLIC
Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague (Prague)
The Museum Decorative Arts in Prague hosts examples of historical and contemporary crafts and notably Art nouveau works, as well as applied arts and design. In English and Czech.
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ITALY
The ceramics factory Fornaci San Lorenzo (Borgo San Lorenzo)
The illustrated history of the ceramics factory Chini founded by Galileo Chini and his brothers. In English.
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ITALY
Chini ceramic museum (Borgo San Lorenzo)
Presentation of the Chini ceramic museum hosted at the Pecori Giraldi Palace in Borgo San Lorenzo, whose halls have both geometrical and floral frescoes, and reproductions of Medieval works created by Galileo Chini in the early 20th century. 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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SPAIN
Modernist Cemetery of Lloret de Mar (Lloret de Mar)
A presentation of the Lloret de Mar cemetery which can be considered as one of the collection of pieces of art more significant of the Catalan funeral art during the modernist period, in which several famous architects and sculptors participated. In English.
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FRANCE
Video: Art Nouveau in Paris in 1900 (Paris)
A short serie about Art Nouveau in Paris, focusing on Art Nouveau subway entrances designed by Hector Guimard, presented by Frédéric Descouturelle. In French.
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INTERNATIONAL
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A Webblog of an Art nouveau passionate which offers plenty of itineraries and information about Art nouveau techniques, artists, cities, architects, etc. In English.
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FRANCE
Des Mots & Des Arts (Paris)
Words & Arts aims to make the diversity of the artistic creation more accessible (classical, modern and contemporary Art history) during guided tours (exhibitions, walks in Paris) Art history courses and customised organized cultural events, which tackle, amongst other things, Art Nouveau, the Pré-Raphaelite movement, symbolism and Paris of the Belle Epoque. In French.
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FRANCE
Montmartre Museum (Paris)
Official Website of the Montmartre museum which traces the history of the famous Parisian mound and offers notably a discovery of its golden era at the turn of the XXth century when cabarets were blended in with arts, letters and music. In French and English.
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BELGIUM
Art Nouveau in Brussels: itinerary in the streets of Saint-Gilles (Bruxelles)
After a presentation about Art Nouveau in Brussels, the Intern@ute offers an itinerary through Saint-Gilles district which hosts numerous remarkable and typical examples of Art Nouveau constructions, notably the Horta Museum, the Otlet and Tassel Hotels. In French.
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LATVIA
Art Nouveau Museum in Riga, Latvia (Riga)
A nice blogpage presenting the Art Nouveau museum in Riga open since 2009 thanks to numerous quality pictures. In French and English.
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SWITZERLAND
Kurhaus Bergün (Bergün)
The official Website of the Kurhaus Hotel von Bergün, resort known for the benefits of its climate, built in 1906 by the architecte Jost Franz Huwyler-Boller of Jugendstil inspiration and restored in 2002. In German.
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BELGIUM
Art Nouveau walk in Charleroi (Charleroi)
The Website of the City of Charleroi offers a city tour which enables to discover Art Nouveau architectural richnesses of the city, whose certain exceptional houses, as the Maison Dorée, the Maison Lafleur and the Maison des Médecins, listed as "Historical Monuments". In French.
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BELGIUM
Doctors House (Charleroi)
Presentation of the Doctors House, built in 1908 by Alfred Machélidon and listed in 1994, manifesto of the arts and crafts. In French.
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BELGIUM
Maison Dorée (Charleroi)
Presentation of the Maison Dorée built in 1899 by Alfred Frère, listed in 1993 and particularly representative of Art Nouveau by its polychromy, the mix of the decorative methods, the work on stained-glass windows and the use of sgraffitos. In French.
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BELGIUM
Maison Lafleur (Charleroi)
Presentation of the Lafleur House, built in 1908 by Joseph Charon and listed in 1989, which reminds the tendency the "Viennese Secession". In French.
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INTERNATIONAL
Muses & Mysticism (International)
Europeana presents a virtual exhibition about Muses & Mysticism depicting how muses, female form, symbolism, folklore, dream worlds, fantasy and folktales contributed to the erotic nature of many Art Nouveau works. In English.
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