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Art nouveau architecture
Description matérielle : 332 p. : ill., en noir et en coul., photogr., tabl. ; 31 cm
Art Nouveau Buildings in Riga. A Guide to Architecture of Art Nouveau Metropolis
The book is a richly illustrated, comprehensive bilingual (Latvian / English) guide on Art Nouveau architecture of Riga. 210 buildings representing various trends inside Art Nouveau – Eclectically Decorative Art Nouveau, “Perpendicular” Art Nouveau, National Romanticism, and Neo-classicist influenced rational Art Nouveau – are analysed in the book. It consists of 5 chapters corresponding to location of buildings in the city, and 5 maps help to find them and make an individual route for every visitor himself. Each building is displayed on two facing pages of the book, and all the building descriptions include general information, photos of the building and its most characteristic details, plans and façade drawings either specially drawed or photographed from archive materials. Descriptions are supplemented with brief information on other 78 similar buildings to be found in the city. A general introduction on urban development of Riga and art processes in the city at the turn of the 19th and 20th century is also provided in the introduction, while at the end of the book there is an index of all the buildings mentioned in the book, and index of persons including biographies of 41 most outstanding architects of the Art Nouveau time.
Art Nouveau Decorative Designs - ebook
This edition includes three artists with a focus on the more obscure French artists, MP Verneuil and Georges Auriol. Alfons Maria Mucha designs are included and, if you love Mucha, you will love Verneuil and Auriol's designs.
Art nouveau en projet - Art Nouveau in progress
Centered on the same theme as the exhibition “Art Nouveau in Progress”, this international colloqium examined the ways in which the Art Nouveau heritage has been promoted throughout the 20th century. It retraces the history of its gradual rediscovery and emphasizes the current problems involved in its preservation and presentation. A wide range of European examples will serves to illustrate the fate of this heritage, which is still in jeopardy or currently benefitting from processes of restoration and transformation.
Art nouveau en projet/Art Nouveau in progress - Exhibitions catalogue
This publication accompanies the travelling exhibition "Art Nouveau in Progress". It presents case studies from different cities within the Network, covering three chosen themes of "Visions", "Disappearance" and "Regeneration". Published in two bilingual editions: English - French, French - Dutch.
Art nouveau et art déco à Rouen


Aix en Provence cedex 1
Art nouveau et céramique architecturale asiatique
Histoire de la diffusion en Asie de carreaux de faïence de style Art nouveau utilisés dans le décor architectural, de production européenne ou japonaise. Art nouveau et céramique architecturale asiatique Nombre de civilisations ont intégré des carreaux de faïence dans leur architecture. Les mosaïques romaines et les céramiques islamiques ont constitué l'un des substrats de cet art appliqué dont les décors et les techniques ont circulé en Europe aux XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles par l'entremise du commerce actif avec l'Orient. Aux alentours de 1900, un mouvement artistique se propage dans toute l'Europe : l'Art Nouveau, qui s'affranchit des traditions classiques et s'inspire du monde végétal ou animal. En même temps apparaît au Japon et dans ses colonies, une faïence colorée éclatante qui va être utilisée dans l'architecture aussi bien intérieure qu'extérieure. Cet essor du carreau japonais au tournant du siècle a atteint les sommets d'un grand art. Ce phénomène, nourri de divers courants étrangers, certes, mais sans leur avoir été totalement annexé, a su faire naître le charme jusque dans les objets les plus utilitaires et séduire l'Extrême-Orient qui, non seulement a conservé l'essence de cet art en l'intégrant à ses pratiques architecturales, mais l'a en même temps développé, générant des pièces sublimes que n'auraient pas désavouées les céramistes européens du XIXe siècle. Arts rassemble des ouvrages de recherche sur l'histoire des arts et sur la théorie et la pratique des arts contemporains.
Art Nouveau European Route
This publication is a compilation of the best architecture and other art works produced by artists and designers at the end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th centuries. Including more than 500 images, selected by the over 100 cities and institutions comprising the Art Nouveau European Route, it will take you on a fascinating journey to discover this “new art” that shone brightly a century ago and today constitutes a common, priceless human heritage.
Art Nouveau in Europe: visions and revisions

The Réseau Art Nouveau Network, as a network of cities aiming to preserve, study and promote Art Nouveau at a European scale, organizes the final symposium of its European project Art Nouveau & Ecology supported by the Culture programme 2007-2013 of the European Commission.

This one-day symposium Art Nouveau in Europe: visions and revisions will take place on 20 March 2015 at the Museum of Architecture and Design in Ljubljana.

Three international keynote speakers will talk on the past, present and future of Art Nouveau.
They will then exchange experience, knowledge and visions with Art Nouveau experts and professionals from the Network as well as with the audience during a round table.

The morning session will be followed by the presentation of results of the European project Art Nouveau & Ecology and the future challenges of the Network.
To conclude the final event, Penelope Denu, official representative of the European Institute of Cultural Routes, will officially award the RANN with the certification of the Cultural Route of the Council of Europe.

Free entrance/compulsory registration

Art Nouveau in Łódź- W kręgu łódzkiej secesji
The relatively unknown Art Nouveau heritage of Łódź is presented in this richly illustrated book, which was preceded by the exhibition ‘Art Nouveau in Łódź’ (October-December 2006), organized by the author, Wisława Jordan. As opposed to almost completely ruined Warsaw, Łódź kept its original Art Nouveau architecture – over 100 buildings and numerous interiors of industralists’ residences built in different historical styles (stained-glass windows are of particular value). A heritage worth discovering! Original title: ‘W kręgu łódzkiej secesji’, Literatura Publishing Office, Łódź 2006, 432 pages, 412 illustrations.
Bucuresti, Sector 1
Art Nouveau in Romania
Art Nouveau was a movement widespread in Europe, crisscrossing the continent from Scotland to Transylvania, from Finland to Spain, and was prominent from the 1880s up until the 1920s, producing artefacts in every artistic field. Although it was a pan-European phenomenon, the very plethora of its names is suggestive of its regionalist features: in Frances it was called "Art Nouveau" or "Le Modern Style", in Germany "Die Jugendstil", in Austria and Hungary "Sezession", in Spain "Arte joven", in Italy "Arte nuova", in the Netherlands "Nieuwe kunst", in Scotland the "Glasgow Style", and in Poland "Mloda Polska". Every country had its own version of Art Nouveau, and within the national versions there were local variants. Thus the movement was by no means a homogenous phenomenon, and is to be identified more with a period than with a style.
Art Nouveau in Tbilisi
A new Georgian-English publication entitled 'Art Nouveau in Tbilisi', was published by the City of Tbilisi. This exhaustive guide indexes most of Art Nouveau buildings in Tbilisi, including photos of the façades and a city map.
Art Nouveau Jewelry
Jewelry was one of the purest, and most successful, expressions of Art Nouveau style, using sensuous organic forms to create a vast range of objects of exceptional beauty and inventiveness. Leading expert Vivienne Becker provides an account of the movement that spread through Europe and the United States, acquiring different decorative characteristics in England, Germany, Austria, Belgium, Russia and Spain. For the collector, comprehensive biographies on more than 300 designers are included, followed by a guide to identification, with over 200 makers’ marks and signatures. Each part of the book is richly illustrated with plate sections of dramatic illustrations, from the sinuous elegance of the French masters - Vever, Lalique and Fouquet - to the linear, geometric designs of the Viennese - Josef Hoffmann and Koloman Moser. 30.20 x 22.60 cm Paperback 240pp 456 Illustrations, 156 in colour and 214 makers' marks First published 1998
Art nouveau revival : Musée d'Orsay
Rejeté et méprisé dans les décennies qui suivirent sa brève efflorescence, l'Art Nouveau connaît une spectaculaire réhabilitation au cours des années 60. Design, posters, pochettes de disque, bande-dessinée, publicité, presser la société tout entière est un temps séduite par les volutes Art Nouveau, des pochettes de disque des Beatles à celles de Johnny Hallyday, des couvertures de Lui aux calendriers de Salut les copains, des salons du palais de l'Elysée au Drugstore Saint-Germain. L'ambition de cet ouvrage est de s'aventurer dans l'espace mouvant et insaisissable de l'air du temps, dans ces années 60-70 souvent qualifiées de parenthèse dorée.
Art Nouveau russe
L'art nouveau russe, ses bases historiques, ses tendances et particularités stylistiques, en particulier en matière d'architecture (architecture de bois, architecture religieuse, hôtels particuliers, banques, maisons de rapport, bureaux...). Format : 31 x 24 cm Relié, 400 pages, 700 ill.


With the support of the Culture Programme of the European Union