Art Nouveau Links

This is a selection of interesting Art Nouveau links that we have come across. If you know other links that you recommend, please send us an email.

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FRANCE
Hotel Le Negresco (Nice)
The frame of the Art Nouveau style canopy in the royal living-room was designed by Gustave Eiffel. In French, English, Russian and Japanese.
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NETHERLANDS
Hotel Bed by the Sea (Vlissingen)
Official website built in Art Nouveau style. In Dutch, English and German.
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SPAIN
Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau (Barcelona)
The Fundació Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau dates from 1401, when the mediaeval City Council and the Cathedral Chapter commissioned the building of the Hospital de la Santa Creu, now the site of the National Library of Catalonia, to make healthcare a social project. In the early 20th century, banker Pau Gil’s legacy and Barcelona City Council’s contributions enabled construction work on a new hospital to start in 1902 in order to meet the healthcare needs of a city with a booming population. The new hospital project, commissioned to the architect Lluís Domènech i Montaner, was officially opened in 1930 under the name of Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau. The set of pavilions designed by Domènech have become an essential point of reference in terms of the cultural heritage of Barcelona and of the world since being listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997. In Catalan, Castillian and English.
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FRANCE
The Heritage Foundation ()
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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GREAT BRITAIN
Tiles and Architectural Ceramics Society (TACS) (Oldham)
Since 1981 the Tiles and Architectural Ceramics Society has served as Britain’s national society which promotes the study and conservation of tiles and architectural ceramics. An international membership of individuals and institutions is drawn from the fields of tile museums, conservation, manufacturing (both industrial and craft), architecture, design, tile collecting and antiques. In English.
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USA
The Neustadt Collection of Tiffany Glass (New York)
The mission of The Neustadt Collection of Tiffany Glass is to preserve, interpret, and develop its holdings of Tiffany lamps, windows, glass, and related objects. The collection is accessible through changing exhibitions, public programs, and publications. A distinctive feature of the Neustadt Collection is its commitment to foster a better understanding of Tiffany by making its objects available through traveling exhibitions to museums and galleries around the country. In English.
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FRANCE
Chronological Line of the Museum of Decorative Arts (Paris) (Paris)
Fashion and textile. In French and English.
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FRANCE
Strasbourg's municipal baths (Strasbourg)
These municipal baths, designed by architect Fritz Beblo, are included in the inventory of historical monuments. This temple of hydrotherapy has two pools, one for women and one for men decorated with vaulted ceilings, fountains, stained-glass windows and Prussian blue tiles.
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FRANCE
High School of Decorative Arts of Strasbourg (Strasbourg)
The building, built in 1892 under the leadership of the chief architect of the city Johann Carl Edward Ott and Roederer in the intellectual movement of the Werkbund, is at the heart of a former botanical garden. The façade listed as historical monument since 1981, is decorated with ceramic tiles of Leon Elchinger, allegorical figures representing the major science, geometry, archeology, architecture, painting, sculpture, and with plant motifs.
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FRANCE
Villa Schutzenberger (Strasbourg)
Art nouveau villa built in 1898 and 1899 by architects Berninger and Krafft on behalf of Oscar Schützenberger. In French and German.
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FRANCE
Egyptian House (Strasbourg)
The Egyptian house was designed in 1905 by the young and slef-taught Franz Scheyder for a tailor. Painted in vivid colors with a giant mural, the facade is decorated with the representation of a duck hunting in the marshes of the Nile carried out by Adolf Zilly.
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JAPAN
Bunkamura Museum of Arts (Shibuya)
Official website of the multi-media cross-cultural complex Bunkamura (music, drama, cinema and art). In Japanese and English.
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JAPAN
Kitakyushu Municipal Museum of Arts (Kitakyushu)
Official website of the Kitakyushu Municipal Musem of Arts. In Japanese.
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CZECH REPUBLIC
Brtnice Josef Hoffmann Museum (Brtnice)
Illustrated page about the Josef Hoffmann Native House in Brtnice. In Czech and English.
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CZECH REPUBLIC
Moravska Galerie (Brno)
Official website of the Moravska Galerie in Brno. In Czech and English.
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GREAT BRITAIN
Queen's Cross Parish Church (Aberdeen)
Website of Art Nouveau church Queen's Cross Parish Church. In English.
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BELGIUM
Museum of glass, Charleroi (Charleroi)
Website of the Charloi Museum, where a page is dedicated to the museum of glass which collection is partly Art Nouveau. In French.
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CANADA
William Morris Society of Canada (Toronto)
The William Morris Society of Canada aims to foster knowledge about the life and work of William Morris (1834-1896), the 19th century English artist, writer, and craftsman. In English.
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GREAT BRITAIN
Scotland Street School Museum (Glasgow)
The Scotland Stree School Museum is an essential destination for Mackintosh enthusiasts and all those interested in the history of design. The museum was designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh between 1903 and 1906. In English.
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USA
Delaware Art Museum (Wilmington)
Museum with a Pre-Raphaelite collection, which is on view online. In English.
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