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Harvard Museum of National History - Blaschka Collection (Cambridge)
Collection of 3.000 glass models of flowers created by glass craftsmen Leopold Blaschka and his son Rudolph since 1886, representing more than 830 species of plants. In English.
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Virginia Museum of Fine Arts (VMFA) (Richmond)
The VMFA acquired Tiffany Church windows from Richmond, Korean screen and Ezekiel sculpture of Jefferson and hosts a great collection of Art Nouveau's works. In English.
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National Gallery of Art (NGA) : Anatomy of an exhibition : Art Nouveau, 1890-1914 (Washington)
This web feature offers a glimpse behind the scenes during the planning and construction of Art Nouveau, 1890-1914, held at the Gallery in 2000-2001.
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Delaware Art Museum (Wilmington)
Museum with a Pre-Raphaelite collection. In English.
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Museo de Arte in Ponce (Ponce)
The official website of the Museo de Arte de Ponce, housing pre-raphaelite pieces, as “The last sleep of Arthur in Avalon » (1881-1898) of Sir Edward Coley Burne-Jones and « Flaming June » (1895) of Frederic Lord Leighton. In Spanish and English.
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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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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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The Arts and Crafts Society (Portland)
The Arts and Crafts Society is an extensive online resource of information about the movement, with bibliographies, details of historic sites, and an events calendar. They also maintain a list of in-print books by and about William Morris. In English.
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Founders of the Arts & Crafts Movement 1870 - 1900 (Rockland)
This Website is an anthology of writings on interior design by William Morris and his contemporaries, with information about the early years of the Arts & Crafts Movement in England and America. In English.
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Felhandler/Steeneken Architects (New York)
Felhandler/Steeneken Architects is an architectural firm specialized in new projects inspired by historical styles - notably the Arts and Crafts Movement - and sensitive additions to existing period houses. The Website suggests interesting links, which illustrate the work of some Architects and Artists from the 1870s to the 1930s. In English.
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The Delaware Art Museum's Samuel and Mary R. Bancroft Collection of Pre-Raphaelite Art  (Wilmington)
This Website presents the Delaware Art Museum's Samuel and Mary R. Bancroft Collection of Pre-Raphaelite Art, which consists of over 150 works, including paintings, drawings, photographs, decorative arts, and illustrated books. It is the largest collection of Pre-Raphaelite art outside of England.
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The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art (Kansas City)
The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art is internationally recognized for its outstanding collection of more than 33,500 objects. From ancient times to modern day, it notably hosts a decorative arts collection presenting objects coming from Europe at the end of the 19th century - beginning of the 20th century - From Joseph Hoffmann or Arts & Crafts style.
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THE ‘LILY OF THE VALLEY’ EGG by Fabergé (New-York)
An study of this Art Nouveau egg by the artist Emi Evora. In English.
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Cannon Hall (Barnsley)
Cannon Hall museum in Barnsley has a small but an excellent collection of furniture metalwork and ceramics. Many of the items were purchased from Liberty and Co by the Curator Brian Murray between 1977 to 1987, who was able to part fund the collection with the fundings of the V&A Museum. The Arts & Crafts collection is a part of a more important collection which includes military articles, paintings and furniture from other periods. It includes works of Trudic Pewter, Archibald Know, Martin Brothers and William de Morgan. In English.
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Birmingham Museum And Art Gallery  (Birmingham)
The Birmingham Museum houses some of the finest Pre-Raphaelite art in the world with major works by Burne-Jones. Also a collection of Arts and Crafts metalware and stained glass.
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Brighton Arts Gallery And Museum  (Brighton)
The Brighton Museum and Art Gallery is now open following a £10 million redevelopment. The magnificent 20th Century Gallery has works by Voysey, Mackintosh, Christopher Dresser, W.A.S. Benson and many others.
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Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum  (Glasgow)
A new gallery will be devoted to Mackintosh and the Glasgow Style collection. Many works will be on display for the first time, or only previously seen at the groundbreaking "Glasgow Style" exhibition of 1984. In English.
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Manchester City Art Gallery  (Manchester)
Manchester Art Gallery and The Gallery of Costume are home to the city’s world-class art collection. The museum holds over 25,000 objects of fine art, decorative art and costume, from the XVIIth century to present developed over 200 years and still growing. In English.
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Red House  (Upton)
Morris first discussed plans for the Red House with Phillip Webb in France. His vision was of something 'very medieval in spirit,' and initial ideas were jotted down in Morris' train timetable. Drawings were completed in 1859. The house is now owned by The National Trust. In English.
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The Arts & Crafts Home (Westerham)
Commercial company that stocks a full range of arts & crafts replicas, including furniture, lighting, fabrics, wallpapers, carpets, ceramics, clocks, mirrors, prints, paints, books, tiles, metalware etc. and associated gifts and cards. Also provides useful information about the period, with a list of links quite exhaustive towards other sites on this theme, biographies, etc. In Englis, Russian, Dutch and Japanese.
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