Art Nouveau II Book
Between 1890 and the beginning of the First World War, a new international style developed in architecture and design.
Following the example of the English Arts and Crafts movement, the representatives of Art Nouveau turned against the eclectic excesses of historicism and opposed them with organic forms, plant ornamentation, and functional constructions.
This volume shows the highlights of Art Nouveau in Germany, Austria, Bohemia, Hungary, Italy, and Switzerland. 456 pages
8.2" l x 7.5" w
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