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GREAT BRITAIN
The Hill House (Helensburgh)
This is Charles Rennie Mackintosh who built the Hill House. Not only did he imagine the architecture of the building, but also the interior decoration and the garden. In English.
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FRANCE
The Heritage Foundation (France)
This French Foundation aims to preserve and enhance the non-protected rural heritage. Houses, churches, bridges, wash-houses, mills, industrial heritage, furniture, natural heritage… all types of local heritage are eligible to the action of the Foundation. Together with the State and the main players of the sector, it helps the public and association owners to finance their projects, allows private owners reducing works taxation, and raise corporate sponsorship. The foundation counts Art Nouveau heritage in its projects. In French.
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HUNGARY
The Gresham Palace in Budapest (Budapest)
This Art Nouveau building used to host the offices of the Gresham insurance company and has been changed into a hotel. The website of the hotel shows beautiful photos of the building. In English, German and Japanese.
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UNITED KINGDOM
The Geffrye Museum  (London)
The Geffrye Museum depicts the quintessential style of English middle-class living rooms. Its collections of furniture, textiles, paintings and decorative arts are displayed in a series of period rooms from 1600 to the present day. The displays lead the visitor in a time travel, into 17th century, with oak furniture and panelling, passing through the sophisticated grandness of the Georgian era and the Victorian great style, to the modernity of 20th century represented by a 30's flat, a 50's bedroom in a contemporary style and a 20th century habitat in an readapted warehouse. In English.
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SPAIN
The Gaudi phenomenon (Barcelona)
"El fenomeno Gaudi" is an informative blog about the works of the architect Antoni Gaudi Cornet (1852-1926). In Spanish.
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CANADA
The Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art (Toronto)
The Gardiner Museum hosts many special exhibitions each year, some featuring 19th and 20th Century ceramics
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POLAND
The Gallery of the Polish Art of the Twentieth Century  (Krakow)
One of the largest collections of Polish painting, sculpture, drawings and prints from 1890 to 2005. In English and Polish.
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AUSTRIA
The French Embassy in Vienna (Wien)
A virtual visit to the French Embassy, housed in an Art Nouveau building by architect Chedanne in 1904. In French.
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INTERNATIONAL
The European Belle Epoque (International)
A website dedicated to promote a better knowledge of the Art Nouveau period. In German and French.
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BELGIUM
The Ernest Salu workshops (Bruxelles-Brussel)
These old workshops have been converted into a museum of funerary art where you can admire the partly Art Nouveau works of stonemasons and sculptors. In Dutch, French and English.
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UNITED KINGDOM
The Emery Walker Trust  (London)
The Trust's object is the "advancement of the education of the public in Arts and crafts design and architecture by promoting the study and appreciation of artists, craftsmen, designers and architects of the 19th and early 20th centuries and their works and the Arts & Crafts movement as well as acquire and thus preserve, maintain and expose the 7 Hammersmith Terrace and its content." In English.
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UNITED STATES
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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UNITED KINGDOM
The De Morgan Foundation (London)
The official website of the De Morgan Center, which promotes the Arts and Crafts Movement. In English.
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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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SWITZERLAND
The crematorium of La Chaux-de-Fonds : a total work of art (La Chaux-de-Fonds )
A very good study about the crematorium of La Chaux-de-Fonds. In French.
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UNITED STATES
The Cranbook Academy of Art (Bloomfield Hills)
The Cranbrook Collection functions within a vital community of practicing artists, designers and architects. It offers a rich sampling of work from The Art and Crafts Movement of the early 20th Century through to contemporary art, design, architecture and cultural craft. It offers also a virtual visit of Saarinen's house. In English.
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UNITED KINGDOM
The complete writings and pictures of Dante Gabriel Rossetti: a hypermedia archive ()
This Website presents a complete archive which facilitates the scholarly study of Dante Gabriel Rossetti, painter, designer, writer, translator and founder member of the Pre-raphalite brotherhood. In English.
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GERMANY
The community of interest "Zukunft Stadtbad Halle" (Halle)
The community of interest "Zukunft Stadtbad Halle" is a federation gathering together different associations, initiatives as well as citizens that together intervene in favour of the municipal bath of Halle for its protection and conservation. In German.
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ARGENTINA
The Club Espanol (Rosario)
Website of the Modernist headquarters of the institution built in 1912 by Francesc Roca i Simo offering a 360° view of the interiors of the buildings. In Spanish.
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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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