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SPAIN
Magatzem Joaquim Alegre (Terrassa)
Building by Lluis Muncunill from 1904. In Catalan.
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SPAIN
Magatzem Pasqual Sala (Terrassa)
Great building by the architect Joan Trays Urgellès. In Catalan.
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SPAIN
Magatzem Torras (Terrassa)
Building by Melcior Viñals i Muñoz, 1914. In Catalan.
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BELGIUM
Maison Autrique (Bruxelles-Brussel)
One of Vicor Horta's earliest works, built in 1893. An important Art Nouveau touchstone. In English, French and Dutch.
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BELGIUM
Maison Cauchie (Bruxelles-Brussel)
Website of the Cauchie House, personal house of the architect built in 1905. In French, English, German, Dutch.
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BELGIUM
Maison Comblen (Liège)
Between 1901 and 1914, by turning the classical property he lives in with his family, the architect Paul Comblen decides to make a house according to the Art nouveau standards he studied in the workshop of the Brussels architect Paul Hankar and following the influences of the artist's colony of Darmstadt. In French.
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BELGIUM
Maison Dorée (Charleroi)
Wikipedia page about the Maison Dorée (Gilded House) built by Alfred Frère in 1899. 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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FRANCE
Maison du Bois des Moutiers (Varengeville-sur-Mer)
The British architect Sir Edwin Lutyens (1869-1944) built a unique House at Varengeville-sur-mer in France, inspired by the movement “Arts & Crafts” and the ideas of its founder William MORRIS (1838-1896). In French.
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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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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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BELGIUM
Maison Losseau (Mons)
Art Nouveau house commissioned by lawyer Léon Losseau, designed by architect Paul Saintenoy. In French.
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BELGIUM
Maison Vinck (Bruxelles-Brussel)
Illustrated presentation by the Architectural Heritage Inventory of this former Art Nouveau House, built by Victor Horta in 1906 for the lawyer and senator Emile Vinck. In French.
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AUSTRIA
MAK – Austrian Museum of Applied Arts  (Wien)
The Museum includes an important collection of secession artists and designers. In German, English and Russian.
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UNITED KINGDOM
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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SPAIN
Marc Loiseau's Gaudi photo book (Barcelona)
See online photographs of Gaudi's works by Marc Loiseau. In French.
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BELGIUM
Mariano Fortuny Y Madrazo (Bruxelles-Brussel)
Biography of the artist Mariano Fortuny y Madrazo, Art nouveau textiles creator and fashion designer. In French.
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SPAIN
Masia Freixa (Terrassa)
Wikipedia page on Masia Freixa, built in 1897 and renovated in Art Nouveau style between 1907 and 1914 by Lluis Muncunill i Parellada. In Spanish.
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FRANCE
Maurice Dufresne Museum (Azay-le-Rideau)
Museum of machines adn vehicules, especially from the early 20th century. In French.
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FRANCE
Maxim's Art Nouveau "Collection 1900"  (Paris)
More than 550 Art Nouveau objects from the Art Nouveau collection of Pierre Cardin. In French and English.
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