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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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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CZECH REPUBLIC
Jurkovič House (Brno-Žabovřesky)
Official Website of the Jurkovič Villa, built in 1906 by Dušan Samo Jurkovič (1868-1947) inspired by the English Arts and Crafts movement, Camille Sitte, Edgar Wood, C.R. Mackintosh and, in particular, H.M. Baillie-Scott. In Czech and English.
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DENMARK
Danish Museum of Art and Design (Copenhagen)
The collections include decorative and applied arts and industrial design from the Western World from the Late Middle Ages to now, with a special emphasis on Danish design and applied arts around 1900 to the present day. In Danish and English.
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ESTONIA
Museum of Estonian Architecture Museum of Estonian Architecture (Tallinn)
This Museum hosts collections from the 20th century with furniture designs by Finnish architects Armas Lindgren & Wivi Lönn. The greater Tallinn plan (1913) by Eliel Saarinen can also be seen there. In Estonian and English.
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ESTONIA
Estonia Art Nouveau - Pictures gallery Flickr (Tallin & Pärnu)
Nice pictures galery created by Jean-Pierre Dalbéra, which presents some Art Nouveau dwellings in Tallin and Pärnu. In French.
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ESTONIA
Estonian Art Nouveau ()
Presentation of Estonian Art Nouveau, published by the Estonian Institute. In English.
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FINLAND
ADELTA- Eliel Saarinen collection ()
Furniture designed by Eliel Saarinen is the main focus of this site. ADELTA is a commercial company. In English.
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FINLAND
Ainola, the Home of Sibelius (Järvenpää)
A log building in the National Romantic style, Ainola was designed by architect Lars Sonck and finished in 1904. In English.
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FINLAND
Ateneum Art Museum  (Helsinki)
Ateneum Art Museum is home to the largest and most important art collections in Finland. The museum governs over 20,000 works of art, including the Art Nouveau heritage. In English, Finnish and Swedish.
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FINLAND
Designmuseo  (Helsinki)
The Designmuseo’s comprehensive and varied collections shed light on the history and development of Finnish design, including the Art Nouveau era. In English, Finnish and Swedish.
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FINLAND
Gallen-Kallela Museum  (Espoo)
Preserves the memory of Akseli Gallen-Kallela, a master who worked in the Renaissance spirit to produce a surprisingly extensive and varied range of works including paintings, graphics, frescoes, stained glass, sculpture, posters, illustrations, textiles,
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FINLAND
Helsinki City Museum  (Helsinki)
Helsinki City Museum records and upholds the intangible and material heritage and the built cultural environment of the Helsinki area. The Museum's collections include Art Nouveau objects and photos from the Art Nouveau era. In Finnish, Swedish and Englis
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FINLAND
Hvitträsk  (Luoma)
Hvitträsk was built between 1901–1903 by architects Herman Gesellius, Armas Lindgren and Eliel Saarinen. In Finnish, Swedish and English.
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FINLAND
Kalela, Wilderness Home and Studio of Akseli Gallen-Kallela  (Ruovesi)
This visionary building, erected according to the artist’s detailed plans in 1894-1895, became the creative cradle of Gallén’s art. In Finnish and English.
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FINLAND
Museum of Finnish Architecture  (Helsinki)
Presents the architectural heritage of Finland, among others the works of Saarinen and Gallen-Kallela. In English and Finnish.
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FINLAND
The National Museum of Finland  (Helsinki)
The collections show the history of Finnish culture and society from the Middle Ages until the beginning of the 20th century. In Finnish, Swedish and English.
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FINLAND
Visavuori, The House and Studio of Emil Wickström  (Valkeakoski)
Wikström designed the buildings himself, beginning in 1894 with a combined studio and home. In Finnish and English.
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FINLAND
Tampere Cathedral (Tampere)
Official website of the Art nouveau cathedral built by Lars Sonck in 1907. In Finnish.
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FINLAND
Series of lectures about Helsinki Art Nouveau – videos (Helsinki)
The Helsinki City Museum offers videos of a series of lectures about Helsinki Art Nouveau, such as "Growing demand of new utility buildings in Helsinki. Modern buildings for power stations and commerce by architect Selim A. Lindqvist." by Anne Mäkinen; "Suvilahti power plant, former art nouveau gas factory becomes a cultural center" by Mikko Lindqvist; "Natural materials and details from flora and fauna in art nouveau staircases in Helsinki" by Sari Saresto; "Herman Gesellius (1874–1916), the least known architect in the famous architect trio Gesellius-Lindgren-Saarinen" by Suvi Leukumaavaara. In Finnish.
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