art nouveau


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a French school of art and architecture popular in the 1890s

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20, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The Louis Daniel Brodsky Collection of Art Nouveau features furniture and decorative arts from Louis Majorelle, Emile Galle, Loetz and Tiffany Studios.
Vitrine after vitrine houses careful assemblages of rare and dazzling glass and crystal--19th-century opalines, paperweights, art nouveau cameo glass and pate de verre.
mischer'traxler dedicated time into researching the Art Nouveau period, flora and fauna, and the human emotions of celebration and curiosity.
It is a big house, the rooms are very big and there are lots of original features including an art nouveau stained glass window on the landing which is really quite beautiful.
PICTURE PERFECT: London's Black Friar is Art Nouveau classic says new Camra book
Masriera is part of the Art Nouveau movement which began in Catalonia, Spain, in 1888.
ANTIQUES including champagne bottle holders and an art nouveau jewellery box worth an estimated pounds 40,000 have been stolen from a shop in Cowbridge.
New York, United States, Mar 26, 2012 - (ABN Newswire) - (Global Fashion Wire) - Perth clothing label Mec & The Maid will be conveying their love of classic style by bringing the art nouveau period into the future this Spring/Summer.
The ROM's research library is home to an exceptional collection of rare books and prints from the Art Nouveau and Art Deco periods, dating from 1900 to 1930.
Every repressed artist throughout Europe and America, whether involved in architecture, sculpture, high fashion or pure painting, was stimulated by art nouveau to appoint where late Victorian moralists felt the police should have been called in to close down the man studios in London, Paris, Vienna, Berlin, or wherever.
This catalog covers an exhibition of the works of Czech Art Nouveau painter and decorative artist, Alphonse Mucha.
I BOUGHT this inkstand recently and have been told it is of the Art Nouveau period.
Typically associated with the time frame separating two world wars, the art nouveau and art deco periods of the 1920s and early 30s is quite distinctive and readily recognizable.
Scottish designer, famous for his furniture designs and art nouveau building in Glasgow.