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Art Nouveau

Anatomy of an Exhibition: Art Nouveau 1890-1914

This Web feature offers a glimpse behind the scenes during the planning and construction of an exhibition at the National Gallery of Art. Art Nouveau, 1890-1914, the largest and most comprehensive exhibition on the subject ever organized, presents one of the most innovative and exuberant of all modern art styles and the places where it flourished. The exhibition was on view at the Gallery October 8, 2000, through January 28, 2001. The web exhibit includes an Art Nouveau timeline, and an audio tour of some of the items on show.

Mucha Museum, Prague

A comprehensive cross section of works loaned by the Mucha Foundation including lithographs, paintings, drawings, pastels, statues, photographs and personal memorabilia.

Art Nouveau

Collect1900: The Art Nouveau Collectors Site

Collect1900 is a private non-commercial initiative with the aim of gathering all kinds of practical information on collecting Art Nouveau objects and presenting this information to other collectors. Auction dates and news, worldwide dealers list, and more. Recommended.

Macklowe Gallery -- Art Nouveau Decorative Arts

Macklowe Gallery is the world's premier dealer of museum-quality Twentieth Century Decorative Arts. For over 30 years it has specialized in French Art Nouveau furniture and objects, Tiffany lamps and glass, French cameo glass by Daum and Gallé, bronzes, ceramics, lithographs, and antique and estate jewelry. Each piece in the Gallery is authentic, and chosen for its artistic value, rarity and historic importance.

Valerio Antiques - Art Deco

Dealers specializing in fine art glass, furniture, bronze and chryselephantine sculpture, and accessories from the Art Nouveau and Art Deco periods. Art glass vase and luminaire artists represented in their inventory: Emile Gallé, Rene Lalique, Daum-Nancy, Charles Schneider, Sabino, Degue, Muller (France), Loetz (Austria), Louis Comfort Tiffany (America), as well as others.French Art Deco furniture by: Arbus, Brandt, D.I.M., Dominique, Dunand, Follot, Herbst, Jallot, Kiss, Leleu, Montagnac, Portenueve, Subes, and many more. Bronze, chryselephantine (bronze & ivory), marble, terra-cotta, and wood sculpture by such artists as: Demetre Chiparus, Pierre Le Faguays, Claire Colinet, Joe Descomps-Cormier, and Ferdinand Preiss.