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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GERMANY
Bröhan Museum  (Berlin)
State Museum for Art Nouveau, Art Deco and Functionalism (1889-1939). In English and German.
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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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BELGIUM
Brussels Art Nouveau (Bruxelles-Brussel)
Interesting documented blog of M.Pierre Istace dedicated to Art Nouveau in Brussels. In French.
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BELGIUM
Brussels heritage inventory (Bruxelles-Brussel)
Inventory of architectural heritage in Brussels Region, with a special section dedicated to Art Nouveau. In French and Dutch.
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BELGIUM
Bruxelles - Capitale de l'Art Nouveau  (Bruxelles-Brussel)
With photos and descriptions of various Art Nouveau buildings in Brussels. In French.
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HUNGARY
Budapest : Art Nouveau - Flickr album (Budapest)
A nice Flickr album created by Barbara Dalmazzo-Tempel presenting the Art Nouveau heritage in Budapest. In French.
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HUNGARY
Budapest Architect: 1893-1918 buildings - Overview (Budapest)
Julius Palacinka presents in his Website "Budapest Architect" an illustrated overview of buildings built in Budapest between 1893 and 1918, and especially some Art Nouveau buildings (see pictures 13, 34 and 36). In English.
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HUNGARY
Budapest Porta (Budapest)
Informative pages and photo gallery about Budapest Art Nouveau doorways related to the exhibition "Budapest Porta" in the Gödör cultural centre in Budapest in July 2008. In English
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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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SPAIN
Cabanyal (Valencia)
Working-class modernist quarter of the City of Valencia, by the sea. In Spanish, Valencian and English.
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PORTUGAL
Calouste Gulbenkian Museum (Lisboa)
Official website of the Calouste Gulbenkian Museum. A collection of decorative arts, and a special section dedicated to René Lalique. In Portuguese and English.
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ITALY
Campo dei Fiori  (Varese)
A park containing a number of interesting historical and architectural sites, like Albergo Tre Croci by Sommaruga. In Italian.
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SPAIN
Can Prunera Museu Modernista (Mallorca)
Can Prunera Museu Modernista is located in an old art nouveau mansion built in the early 20th century and hosts the exhibition “Del Modernisme al segle XXI” [From art nouveau to the 21st century], a set of paintings belonging mainly to the Serra Art Collection which has been enlarged over the past few years with works donated by private owners and artists to the Tren de l’Art Foundation, the organization that manages Can Prunera Museu Modernista. In Catalan, Spanish and English.
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GREAT BRITAIN
Cannon Hall (Barnsley)
Cannon Hall museum in Barnsley has a small but an excellent collection of furniture metalwork and ceramics. Many of the items were purchased from Liberty and Co by the Curator Brian Murray between 1977 to 1987, who was able to part fund the collection wit
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SPAIN
Capsa Gaudi  (Reus)
A presentation of an ongoing project in the city of Reus, it opens in 2007. In Catalan, Spanish, English, French and German.
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SPAIN
Casa Baltasar Gorina (Terrassa)
Art Nouveau house built in 1902 by Luís Muncunill Parellada. In Catalan.
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SPAIN
Casa Batllo  (Barcelona)
A reform of the building in 1875 by Gaudi resulted in one of his most poetic and inspired artistic compositions. Open for visits. In Spanish, Catalan, English and French.
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SPAIN
Casa Emili Matalonga (Terrassa)
Art Nouveau style house built in 1904. In Catalan.
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SPAIN
Casa Fuster (Barcelona)
Website of the 5 stars Hotel "Casa Fuster". This listed modernist style building was built between 1908 and 1911 by the famous architect Lluis Domenech i Montaner. In Catalan, Castilian, English, French, German
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SPAIN
Casa Jacint Bosch (Terrassa)
Art Nouveau style house built in 1912 by the architect Josep Ros i Ros. In Catalan.
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