Art Nouveau Links

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GREAT BRITAIN
The Brangwyn Bazaar ()
A website dedicated to the designer Frank Brangwyn (1867-1956). In English.
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GREAT BRITAIN
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 a
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GREAT BRITAIN
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 v
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GREAT BRITAIN
The Museum of Domestic Design and Architecture  (Hertfordshire)
MoDA has a collection of archive material which includes The Silver Studio Collection of wallpaper and fabric designs, many by Arts and Crafts designers. In English.
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GREAT BRITAIN
The Victoria and Albert Museum  (London)
Hosts important Art Nouveau collections. In English.
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GREAT BRITAIN
The William Morris Gallery  (Walthamstow)
The William Morris Gallery, opened by Prime Minister Clement Attlee in 1950, is the only public museum devoted to England's best known and most versatile designer.
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GREAT BRITAIN
The William Morris Society  (London)
A society dedicated to promote the works of William Morris (1834-1896). In English.
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GREAT BRITAIN
The Willow Tea Rooms  (Glasgow)
Designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh in 1904, remains open to public. In English.
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GREAT BRITAIN
The Whitworth Art Gallery (Manchester)
The Whitworth houses the finest collection of Arts and Crafts designs for both Wallpapers and Fabrics. Also on display are rare Voysey furniture, Edgar Wood Furnishings and a wonderful Morris & Co tapestry. In English.
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GREAT BRITAIN
The Light House (Glasgow)
Hosts the Mackintosh Interpretation Centre, among others. In English.
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HUNGARY
Museum of Applied Arts  (Budapest)
A magnificent Secession building by architect Ödön Lechner (1845-1914).
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ITALY
Birreria Poretti  (Induno Olona)
A presentation of the Art Nouveau architecture of Birreria Poretti, a beer manufacturer. A part of the official site of Commune di Induno Olona. In Italian.
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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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ITALY
Il Liberty in Italia  ()
A presentation of Art Nouveau in Italy. In Italian.
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ITALY
Liberty architecture in Milan  (Milano)
A guide to Art Nouveau in Milano, only a few pictures. In Italian.
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ITALY
Liberty architecture in Torino  (Torino)
A guide to Art Nouveau in Torino, the site is part of a larger presentation of Art Nouveau in general. In Italian, French and English.
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ITALY
Palace Grand Hotel  (Varese)
An Art Nouveau hotel designed in 1911 by architect Giuseppe Sommaruga. In Italian.
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JAPAN
Suntory Museum  (Osaka)
The Gallery owns a well-balanced collection of over 15,000 poster masterpieces by artists, such as Toulouse-Lautrec, Mucha, and Cassandre.
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JAPAN
The Lalique Museum  (Hakone)
Dedicated to the collection of works by René Lalique, a unique artist who bridged the art nouveau and art deco movements of the 19th and 20th century. The exhibition covers a wide range of the glass work such as perfume bottles and vases which demonstrate
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LATVIA
Riga: Art Nouveau Heritage Photo-collection ()
Photographic presentation of the Art Nouveau heritage of Riga. In Latvian and English.
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