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FRANCE
Art Nouveau Pharmacy in Commercy (Commercy)
Page dedicated to an Art Nouveau chemist's in Commercy (Meuse). In French.
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FRANCE
Euville cityhall (Meuse) (Euville)
Wikipedia page about the City Hall of Euville, the only public building built in the Ecole de Nancy style. Achieved in 1903 by H. Gutton and E. Vallin, the building also hosts stained-glass windows by J. Gruber and lights by Louis Majorelle. In French.
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SERBIA
Museum of Applied Arts of Belgrade (MPU) (Belgrade)
The section "departments with collections" hosts a collection of ceramics, glass and porcelain from the 18th and 19th century. In Serbian and English.
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GREAT BRITAIN
Victor Arwas Gallery (London)
The Victor Arwas Gallery has specialised in original graphics, posters, drawings, watercolors, paintings and sculpture from 1880 to 1980 as well as Art Nouveau, Art Deco Glass, ceramics, metalware, lighting, furniture, books and bookbindings. In English.
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GREAT BRITAIN
Scotcities ()
Website illustrating the diversity of Scottish Architecture, with among others this page about Mackintosh and Gaudi architectures. In English.
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FRANCE
Musée départemental de l'Oise (Beauvais)
Collection with creations by Gustave Serrurier-Bovy and Auguste Delaherche. In French.
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BELGIUM
Metro Station Horta (Bruxelles-Brussel)
This metro station is decorated with balustrades and stained-glass windows coming respectively from the People's House and the Aubecq House. In French.
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FRANCE
The « La croisée des Arts nouveaux » Association (Strasbourg)
Website of the « La croisée des Arts nouveaux » Association, promoting Arts nouveaux through conferences, guided tours, outings and scientific analysis. In French.
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FRANCE
The Cure d’air Trianon  (Malzéville)
A webpage dedicated to this summer Brasserie built in Malzéville in 1902 in the Nancy-style Art nouveau, expression of the “Belle-Epoque” lifestyle. 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
The Modernismo heritage of Melilla City (Melilla)
Official website of the Fundacion Melilla Ciudad Monumental, which presents the Modernismo heritage of Melilla City. In Spanish.
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COSTA RICA
Casa Jiménez de la Guardia (Toledo de Acosta)
A presentation of the Casa Jiménez de la Guardia, Art nouveau House built in 1905. In Spanish.
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BELGIUM
Hôtel Otlet (Bruxelles-Brussel)
A presentation of this private mansions built between 1896 and 1989, which housing now a law office. In French.
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BELGIUM
Palais du Vin  (Bruxelles-Brussel)
Presentation of this building dedicated to commercial use, which flaunts a front of Art nouveau inspiration. In French.
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BELGIUM
Chancellery of the French Embassy in Brussels (Bruxelles-Brussel)
Presentation and virtual visite of this unique French Art nouveau building in Brussels, built in 1911. In French.
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BELGIUM
La Gaité  (Bruxelles-Brussel)
Presentation of this former revue theater dating from 1912, which houses now the Flemish-Maroccan culture House. In French and dutch.
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ITALY
Ariosto Hotel (Milan)
Official website of the liberty-style Ariosto Hotel. In English, Italian, French, Spanish and Russian.
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FRANCE
The Art nouveau work of René Binet (Paris)
A webpage dedicated to the work of the french architect and designer René Binet, associated with the Art nouveau trend by his natural inspired work. In English.
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ITALY
The Civic aquarium of Milan (Milan)
The official website of the civic aquarium in Milan, a Liberty-style building erected for the World Expo Milano in 1906. In Italian.
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UNITED STATES
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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