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Art Nouveau

Author : Jeremy Howard
ISBN : 0719041619
Genre : Architecture
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Jeremy Howard shows how the Art Nouveau movement changed the face of European art and design from Paris to Prague. Clearly structured by country, the book traces the emergence of the movement, highlighting the particular interpretations of the style in each country. Countries covered include Belgium, Spain, Britain, Austria, Hungary, Russia, and others. Includes 100 illustrations, 18 in color.
Category: Architecture

Art Nouveau

Author : Klaus-Jürgen Sembach
ISBN : 3822820229
Genre : Art
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Art Nouveau

Author : Victor Arwas
ISBN : 9781901092370
Genre : Antiques & Collectibles
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Rarely has a subject been served by a book of this stature. Five years in the making, it covers all aspects of Art Nouveau in France in 624 authoritative pages and 740 illustrations. Arwas traces the evolution of the movement as it developed, primarily in Nancy and Paris, with the help of carefully chosen illustrations, many never published before. Ranging from the 1900 Paris exhibition to paintings, graphics and posters and such collecting fields as furniture, jewellery, ceramics, book bindings and sculpture, the informative, witty text ranges over architecture, haute couture, and the role of women in Art Nouveau with a particular look at such theatrical icons as Sarah Bernhardt, Loïe Fuller and the Grandes Horizontales. Destined to become the standard book on the subject, both content and design will appeal widely to the connoisseur, the specialist and the collector, as well as to the novice who will be introduced to the magical wonders of the style.
Category: Antiques & Collectibles

Art Nouveau Ornamentation

Author : Christian Stoll
ISBN : 9780486836041
Genre : Art
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At the height of the Art Nouveau movement and into the early days of Art Deco, Christian Stoll Studios was a leading and prolific source of graphic design. The Leipzig-based firm, which produced beautiful stock books for all forms of design applications, was active chiefly from 1900 to the beginning of World War I and renowned for their staff of creative artists. Three of Stoll's designers are responsible for the majority of the works in this volume: Richard Kühnel, Hugo Sachs, and Josef Pilters. Their illustrations appear here in more than 90 breathtaking plates that range from single- to full-color. Collected from rare originals of the studio's stock portfolios, these designs have been unavailable for over a century. The highly stylized images — consisting chiefly of flowers, grapes, wreaths, and other botanical motifs — are rendered in many different shapes and sizes. Their splendid variety and versatility form an abundant source of reference and inspiration for graphic and textile designers, artists, art students, and anyone seeking striking Art Nouveau ornaments.
Category: Art

Art Nouveau

Author : Victoria Charles
ISBN : 1780421788
Genre : Art
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Ever since its triumph at the Paris Universal Exposition, Art Nouveau has continued to inspire artists. The movement offered an artistic response to the industrial revolution and the creative vacuum left in its wake, exerting a huge impact on the decorative arts. Art Nouveau spans all forms of expression – including design, painting and architecture – and covers artists such as Gustav Klimt, Koloman Moser, Antoni Gaudí, Jan Toorop, and William Morris.
Category: Art

Art Nouveau

Author : Gabriel P. Weisberg
ISBN : 9781135023133
Genre : Social Science
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First published in 1998. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
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Art Nouveau The Essential Reference

Author : Carol Belanger Grafton
ISBN : 9780486808635
Genre : Design
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"This is a gorgeous book, ideal for any lover of Art Nouveau." —bookaddiction Dover's extensive library of Art Nouveau graphic art and typography serves as the source for this comprehensive volume, which features hundreds of magnificent full-color and black-and-white illustrations. Images by virtually every key artist of the Art Nouveau movement include the work of Alphonse Mucha, E. A. Seguy, Aubrey Beardsley, Koloman Moser, Max Benirschke, and M. P. Verneuil. Selections from rare books and portfolios of the period include works never reprinted since their initial publication. This book also reprints material from the major Art Nouveau periodicals, including Jugend, The Studio, Dekorative Vorbilder, and The Keramic Studio. Detailed bibliographical information concerning every source ― including biographical details of each artist ― makes this collection a vital reference tool as well as a stunning compendium of significant and beautiful Art Nouveau graphics. Students of graphic art, typography, and illustration, as well as graphic designers and advertising professionals, will prize this remarkable resource.
Category: Design

Art Nouveau Architecture

Author : Anne Anderson
ISBN : 9781785007682
Genre : Architecture
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Distinguished by their lavish sculpture, metalwork or tile facades, Art Nouveau buildings certainly stand out. Art Nouveau buildings are unique, audacious and inspirational. Rejecting historic styles, considered inappropriate for an era driven by progress, architects and designers sought a new vocabulary of architectural forms. Their vision was shaped by modern materials and innovative technologies, including iron, glass and ceramics. A truly democratic style, Art Nouveau transformed life on the eve of the twentieth century and still captivates our imaginations today. Beautifully illustrated, this book explains how the new style came into being, its rationale and why it is known by so many different names: French Art Nouveau, German Jugendstil, Viennese Secession, Catalan Modernisme, Italian Liberty and Portuguese Arte Nova. It covers the key architects and designers associated with the style; Victor Horta in Brussels, Hector Guimard in Paris, Antoni Gaudi on Barcelona, Otto Wagner in Vienna, Odon Lechner in Budapest and Charles Rennie Mackintosh in Glasgow. There are detailed descriptions and stunning photographs of buildings to be found in Brussels, Paris, Nancy, Darmstadt, Vienna, Budapest, Barcelona, Milan, Turin and Aveiro. Finally, it covers the decorative arts, stained glass, tiles and metalwork that make Art Nouveau buildings so distinctive.
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The Art Nouveau Style

Author : Stephan Tschudi Madsen
ISBN : 9780486142371
Genre : Design
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DIVAbsorbing, exceptionally detailed study examines early trends, posters, and book illustrations, stylistic influences in architecture; furniture, jewelry, and other applied arts; plus perceptive discussions of artists associated with the movement. /div
Category: Design

Art Nouveau

Author : Edmund Vincent Gillon
ISBN : 9780486223889
Genre : Design
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A catalogue of representative graphic art designs first published in a London art magazine which served as a major vehicle for the development of Art Nouveau styles
Category: Design

Art Nouveau In Fin De Si Cle France

Author : Debora L. Silverman
ISBN : 0520080882
Genre : Art
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Examines the political, social, economic, intellectual, and artistic factors that influenced the development of art nouveau
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Art Nouveau Objects And Artifacts

Author : Anton Seder
ISBN : 9780486804705
Genre : Art
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A revolutionary reaction to the eclectic historical styles of nineteenth-century art, the turn-of-the-century Art Nouveau movement drew much of its inspiration from nature. Applying its sinuous, curvilinear motifs to the decorative arts, graphics, architecture, sculpture, and painting, artists and crafters attempted to create a style suitable for a "modern" age. This treasury of rare Art Nouveau decorative ornaments offers an unusual selection of the genre's most strikingly imaginative graphics. Originally published in Paris in 1899 and sold by subscription, the collection features fifty full-page plates depicting a rich profusion of everyday items rendered in the distinctive Art Nouveau style. Intricate patterns of flowers, vines, faces, and other designs decorate scores of objects made of metal, ceramic, and glass: pitchers and vases, cutlery, walking sticks, jewelry, and other objects and artifacts. A source of authentic Art Nouveau graphics, this compilation will serve as an inspiration for artists, illustrators, and designers.
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Art Nouveau Jugendstil

Author : Angela Sanna
ISBN : 156649981X
Genre : Art
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At the end of the nineteenth and beginning of the twentieth century the Art Nouveau movement introduced a vital spirit of artistic and cultural renewal to virtually every aspect of artistic production: from paintings and graphics to advertising posters, finding its most remarkable expression in architecture, interior design, and the decorative arts. Many of the interpreters of Art Nouveau – including Van de Velde, Tiffany, Klimt, Horta, Beardsley, Guimard and Mackintosh – were inspired by the sinuous, elegant, and dynamic shapes and lines of flowers, plants, and the female form, introducing these natural forms into their art.
Category: Art

From Realism To Art Nouveau

Author : Laura Lombardi
ISBN : 1402759266
Genre : Art
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A breathtaking and superbly designed volume on the influential form of the Realist to Art Nouveau art movements. It lets you trace the roots of modern art, beginning with Realist paintings such as Courbet's The Stonebreakers and Millet's The Gleaners - works that shocked mid-19th-century Paris with their unblinking depiction of the lives of the poor. From Realism to Art Nouveau beautifully captures this turbulent era with an incisive text and breathtaking reproductions of works by Manet, Rossetti, Sargent, Monet, Seurat, Cezanne, Van Gogh, Gauguin, Rodin, Klimt and others.
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Art Nouveau Architecture

Author : R. Beauclair
ISBN : 9780486816258
Genre : Architecture
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Published in Paris in 1902, these rare color plates of exterior and interior features — windows, decorative ironwork and woodwork, doorways, much more — document the impact of Art Nouveau. Brief captions.
Category: Architecture

Art Nouveau

Author : Nathaniel Harris
ISBN : 0671089056
Genre : Art nouveau
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Art Nouveau

Author : Jean Lahor
ISBN : 9781781609330
Genre : Art
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Ever since its triumph at the Paris Universal Exposition, Art Nouveau has continued to inspire artists. The movement offered an artistic response to the industrial revolution and the creative vacuum left in its wake, exerting a huge impact on the decorative arts. Art Nouveau spans all forms of expression – including design, painting and architecture – and covers artists such as Gustav Klimt, Koloman Moser, Antoni Gaudí, Jan Toorop, and William Morris.
Category: Art

The Art Nouveau

Author : Henry F. Lenning
ISBN : 9789401759700
Genre : Art
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