Art Nouveau Links

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INTERNATIONAL
Die europäische Henry van de Velde-Route ()
An architectural route through France, Belgium, Netherlands and Germany. Organised by the Henry van de Velde-Gesellschaft e.V. In German, Dutch and French.
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INTERNATIONAL
Europa 1900 ()
A worldwide, collaborative archive for sharing texts and photos related to Art Nouveau. In English.
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INTERNATIONAL
Modernism  ()
A pedagogic site describing the Modernist movement from the British Art & Crafts to the American Art Deco, presented by the Minneapolis Institute of Art. In English.
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INTERNATIONAL
Nineteenth-Century Art Worldwide ()
A journal of nineteenth-century visual culture. The chronological scope of the journal is the "long" nineteenth century, stretching from the American and French Revolutions, at one end, to the outbreak of World War I, at the other. In English.
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INTERNATIONAL
The European Belle Epoque ()
A website dedicated to promote a better knowledge of the Art Nouveau period. In English, German, French and Italian.
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INTERNATIONAL
Web Museum of Mr and Mrs André & José Baptist ()
A site dedicated to Art Nouveau Pewter and Metalware, richly illustrated and a large bibliography. In English.
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FRANCE
Musée des Beaux-Arts de Nancy (Nancy)
The official website of the Museum of Fine Arts in Nancy. The museum hosts a nice collection of Art Nouveau glassworks. In French.
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FRANCE
Villa Majorelle (Nancy)
Louis Majorelle's personal house has been built in 1898 by the architect Henri Sauvage. You can see in this page the history of the House and nice interior and exterior photographs. In French.
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GREAT BRITAIN
The Liberty Shop (London)
Page from the "Liberty" London shop explaining Arthur Liberty's life and story through Arts and Crafts and Art Nouveau. In English.
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AUSTRIA
Albertina (Wien)
Official website of the Albertina museum. There are many works from the 20th century, including Schiele, Klimt and Kokoschka, and a collection of posters from the beginning of the 20th century. In German and English.
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HUNGARY
The Gresham Palace in Budapest (Budapest)
This Art Nouveau building used to host the offices of the Gresham insurance company and has been changed into a hotel. The website of the hotel shows beautiful photos of the building. In English, German and Japanese.
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FRANCE
Nogent-sur-Marne - Art Nouveau - Art Déco (Nogent-sur-Marne)
Interesting website presenting Art Nouveau and Art Déco architects in Nogent-sur-Marne. Well documented with information and photos about the Nachbaur family and Art Nouveau architects C. Damotte and Georges Pradeau. In French.
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CROATIA
Zagreb Museum for Arts and Crafts (Zagreb)
Official website of the Museum of Arts and Crafts in Zagreb. In Serbo-Croat.
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AUSTRIA
Textile Museum (Wien)
Official website of the Textile Museum in Vienna where are stored Jugendstil original sketches from Josef Hoffmann among others. In German, English and French.
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FRANCE
Nancy Guide (Nancy)
Website offering tourist information about Nancy including pages on Art Nouveau buildings in Nancy. In French.
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SPAIN
Palau de la Musica Catalana (Barcelona)
Official website of the Palau de la Musica Catalana. In Spanish, Catalan and English.
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FRANCE
Hector Guimard (Paris)
Wikipedia page on Hector Guimard enriched with photos of Guimard works. In French.
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INTERNATIONAL
Art Nouveau ()
Website dedicated to the Art Nouveau movement as a whole. In French, English, Italian, Spanish and Dutch.
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FRANCE
Villa Berlier (Lyon)
Information page about the Villa Berlier in Lyon, commissioned by Louis Berlier to the architect Paul Bruyas in 1910. In French.
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FRANCE
Palais Galliera (Paris)
Information pages of the Palais Galliera, Fashion Museum of the City of Paris, where a great 19th and 20th century collection hosts the complete garments of elegant women such as the countess Greffulhe, the Princess Murat or Anna Gould. In French.
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