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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Belvedere (Wien)
The Belvedere owns the largest collection of paintings by Gustav Klimt in the world. More than 20 masterpieces provide an incomparable impression of the oeuvre of Austria's probably most famous artist. In German and English..
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Gustav Klimt Memorial Society, Last Studio  (Wien)
Hidden in Wien-Hietzing, Feldmühlgasse 11 (or 15a), one of the creative centres of the art of the early 20th century. Gustav Klimt (1862 - 1918) had his studio there during the six last years of his life. In German and English.
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Historical Museum of Vienna (Wien)
Containing an important collection of Art Nouveau objects from the artistic and architectural heritage of Vienna. In German and English.
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Leopold Museum  (Wien)
Masterworks of Viennese Secessionism, Viennese Modernism, and Austrian Expressionism. In German.
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MAK – Austrian Museum of Applied Arts  (Wien)
The Museum includes an important collection of secession artists and designers. In German, English and Russian.
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Secession, Association of Visual Artists Vienna Secession (Wien)
The Vienna Secession building designed by Joseph Maria Olbrich, a member of Otto Wagner's atelier at the time. Heavily bombed during WWII, now restored and houses an art gallery. In German and English.
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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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BELGIUM
Art Nouveau in Brussels (Bruxelles-Brussel)
A site dedicated to the Art Nouveau heritage of Brussels. Produced by Région de Bruxelles-Capitale, Monuments et Sies in cooperation with the Horta Museum. In Dutch and French.
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Association Ernest Blerot  (Bruxelles-Brussel)
An association dedicated to promote the works of architect Ernest Blerot (1870-1957).
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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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Centre Belge de la Bande Dessinée  (Bruxelles-Brussel)
Textile warehouse designed for Charles Waucquez by architect Victor Horta in 1906, now houses the Belgian Centre for Comic Strip Art. In French and Dutch.
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De Ultieme Hallucinatie  (Bruxelles-Brussel)
Town house built in neo-classical style in 1850, restructured and redecorated in 1904 by architect Paul Hamesse in a Art Nouveau style. Now housing a restaurant. In Dutch, French and English.
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Gallery J. Visser  (Bruxelles-Brussel)
Gallery situated in an Art Nouveau building designed by Victor Horta (Hôtel Frison, 1894). In French.
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Hotel Hannon-Galerie Contretype (Bruxelles-Brussel)
Private house by architect Jules Brunfaut 1903-1904, commissioned by Edouard Hannon, engineer and photographer. Now houses a gallery of photography. In French and English.
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Les Musées royaux d'Art et d'Histoire (MRAH) (Bruxelles-Brussel)
Includes an Art Nouveau collection and the Pavillon Horta-Lambeaux. In Dutch and French.
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Maison Delune (Bruxelles-Brussel)
Presentation of the Art Nouveau villa by architect Léon Delune 1904. In French.
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Musée Horta (Bruxelles-Brussel)
Victor Horta's personal house and studio (1898), now a museum open to public and an important library open to researchers. In English, French, Dutch and German.
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Musée des instruments de musique  (Bruxelles-Brussel)
Situated in "Old England", an important Art Nouveau department store from 1899, by architect Paul Saintenoy. In French.
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Maison Autrique (Bruxelles-Brussel)
One of Vicor Horta's earliest works, built in 1893. An important Art Nouveau touchstone. In English, French and Dutch.
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Maison Losseau (Mons)
Art Nouveau house commissioned by lawyer Léon Losseau, designed by architect Paul Saintenoy. In French.
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