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Transcript of Art Nouveau
By: Amalia Mesa, Valentina Giraldo, Mariana Goméz Leal, Antonia Lozano
Art Nouveau in Europe
It is characterize because it haves many natural forms, curves, flowers, lines and human faces. Some examples of art nouveau in Europe are:
Location: Riga, Latvia
Architect: M. Einstein
Art Nouveau was an style of modern art that became important and famous from 1890 to 1914. The idea of Art Nouveau is to make art and design part of everyday life.
Location: Prague, Czech Republic
Architect: Bedrich Bendelmayer
Location: Prague, Czech Republic
Architect: Osvald Polívka and Antonín Balsenek
He was born on August 27, 1845, Pest, Budapest, Hungary and died on June 10, 1914, Budapest, Hungary. He was the architect of Budapest around 1900. Founder of the Hungarian version of Art Nouveau. Because of the innovative of his designs, he was called "The Hungarian Gaudí"
Art Nouveau was influenced by the Industrial Revolution, Japonism, and Celtic designs.
After the Exposition Universelle in Paris, it spread across Europe, United States, and Australia.
Art Nouveau typically includes asymetrical lines.
Floral and other plants inspire Art Nouveau Designs.
The style was used in architecture, interior design, glassware, jewellery, illustration, painting and sculpture.
Location: Wroclaw, Poland
Architect: Wilhelm Heller
Location: Krakow, Poland
Architect: Sczepan humbert
Statue of Odon Lechner
Location: Barcelona, Spain
Architect: Antoni Gaudi
Casa mila - Barcelona,Spain
Catel Beranger - Paris, France
Glasglow School of Art - Scotland
Hill House - Helendburgh, Scotland
Horta House - Brussels, Belgium
Location: Budapest, Ungary
Architect: Ödön Lechner
Location: Viena, Australia
Architect: Otto Wagner
Location: Paris, France
Architect: Jules Lavirotte
- Alfons Mucha:
1: Gismonda (1894)
2: Daydream (1897)
3: Princezna Hyacinta (1911)
- Gustav Klimt:
1: Judit l (1901)
2: Danae (1908)
3: Palas Atenea (1898)
Art Nouveau didn't divide painting and sculpture from decorative art such as furniture, ceramics, and others.
It was dominated by Neoclassical forms.
Art Nouveau was accepted in Paris when Gulmard included it in the Paris Metro Stations.
Spain was the first one to support the decision of making the design ground up.
When he was 16 years old he left his hometown and join the School of Archietcture of Barcelona.
The movement that mostly influenced Gaudi´s architecture style is Art Nouveau.
Art Nouveau showed him that he could experiment new forms, shapes, designs, materials and helped him to find his own style.
He was born on March 10, 1867, Lyon, France and died on May 20, 1942 in New York, USA. He was an architect, decorator and furniture designer, probably he is known as the best French representative of art Nouveau.
1: Spring (1894)
2: Danger (1897)
3: La Belle Jardiniere (1896)
He was born on January 6, 1861 in Ghent, Belgium and died on September 8, 1947, Brussels. An exceptional architect of the Art Nouveau style, he worked with Henry Van de Velde and Paul Hankar as a pioneer of modern Belgian architecture.
La Belle Jardiniere
He was born on July 13, 1841, in Penzing, near Vienna and he died on April 11, 1918 in Vienna. He was an Austrian architect and teacher. Wagner was one of the founders of the modern movement in European architecture.
He was born on November 22, 1867 in Troppau, Silesia and died on August 8, 1908 in Düsseldorf, Germany. Olbrich was a co founder of the Wiener Sezession, the Austrian manifestation of the Art Nouveau movement. Olbrich was a student of Otto Wagne.