Art Nouveau

Art Nouveau, prevalent from the late 19th to early 20th century, embraced organic forms and intricate designs. Characterized by flowing lines, floral motifs, and a desire for total artistic unity, artists like Alphonse Mucha and Hector Guimard left a distinctive mark on architecture, decorative arts, and graphic design. Art Nouveau sought to break away from historical styles, emphasizing innovation and a harmonious integration of art into daily life.

Gustav Klimt

Alphonse Mucha

Hector Guimard

Aubrey Beardsley

René Lalique

Antoni Gaudí

Émile Gallé

Louis Comfort Tiffany

Charles Rennie Mackintosh

Georges de Feure

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