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The Heritage Foundation ()
This French Foundation aims to preserve and enhance the non-protected rural heritage. Houses, churches, bridges, wash-houses, mills, industrial heritage, furniture, natural heritage… all types of local heritage are eligible to the action of the Foundation. Together with the State and the main players of the sector, it helps the public and association owners to finance their projects, allows private owners reducing works taxation, and raise corporate sponsorship. The foundation counts Art Nouveau heritage in its projects. In French.
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Rouen Railway Station (Rouen)
Rouen Railway Station, built in Art Nouveau style by the architect Adolphe Dervaux and opened in 1928.
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Musée de la Piscine, Roubaix (Roubaix)
Website of the Musée de la Piscine in Roubaix. Art Nouveau collection including vases and stained-glass windows. In French.
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Musée Dior, Granville (Granville)
Website of the Musée Dior in Granville. Art Nouveau furniture in the house and Art Nouveau tea garden. In French.
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Brasserie Mollard (Paris)
Brasserie built by the architect Edouard-Jean Niermans, well-known for the design of the Negresco in Nice and the Angelina tearooms in Paris. Decorations and mosaics (1895) by the same artist are listed on the supplementary list of historic buildings. In French.
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Hotel Le Negresco (Nice)
The frame of the Art Nouveau style canopy in the royal living-room was designed by Gustave Eiffel. In French, English, Russian and Japanese.
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Lucie Delarue-Mardrus (1874-1945) (Paris)
Friends of Lucie Delarue-Mardrus (1874-1945), a very well know artist and writer (poet, novelist, musician, composer, sculptor, painter, film director) of the Belle Epoque. In French.
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Art Marquetry Spindler  (Strasbourg)
Well-known marquetry workshop, founded by Charles SPINDLER (1865-1938) in 1893 and still active today. In English, French and German.
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Association Le Cercle Guimard  (Paris)
Association with the objective to promote Art Nouveau in general and the works of Hector Guimard in particular. In French.
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Brasserie Excelsior  (Nancy)
A famous restaurant in an Art Nouveau setting, opened in 1911 by Louis Moreau, designed by architects Lucien Weissenburger and Alexandre Mienville. In English and French.
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Brasserie Julien  (Paris)
Classic Parisian brasserie with a typical Art Nouveau interior from 1903. Paintings inspired by Mucha of Louis Trézel. In French.
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Ecole de Nancy - Art Nouveau (Nancy)
A site presenting the works of Ecole de Nancy. Produced by Office de tourisme de Nancy. In French.
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European Architectural History Network (EAHN)  (Paris)
The European Architectural History Network is the first step in the creation of a European Society for Architectural History that will support research and education by providing a public forum for the dissemination of knowledge on the history of architec
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George Auriol et l'écriture typographique ()
A website dedicated to the famous typographer George Auriol (1863-1938) presenting his life and work. In French.
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Le Château Laurens  (Agde)
Villa in Art Nouveau Style of unknown architect, designed for Emmanuel Laurens. Decorations by Alexandre Charpentier, Théophile Laumonnerie, Félix Aubert, Eugène Simas and Gian Dominico Facchina. In French.
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Maxim's Art Nouveau "Collection 1900"  (Paris)
More than 550 Art Nouveau objects from the Art Nouveau collection of Pierre Cardin. In French and English.
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Musée d’Orsay  (Paris)
Hosts an important collection of Art Nouveau artists. In French, Spanish and English.
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Musée Carnavalet  (Paris)
The history of Paris in a museum. Important collection of prints and photographs. In French.
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Musée des Arts Décoratifs  (Paris)
Houses a Art Nouveau/ Art deco section with objects in the following categories: graphical arts/prints, jewellery, toys, wallpaper and glass. In French.
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Musée du Papier Peint  (Rixheim)
Contains a collection of 20th century wallpaper, among others designs by Mucha. In French and English.
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