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ANTIQUES; AN ART NOUVEAU INNOVATOR GETS HIS DUE
RICHMOND, Va.â€” Siegfried Bing, a pioneering art dealer at the turn of the century, did more to advance Art Nouveau in Paris than any other person. The style's name derives from his shop, L'Art Nouveau, an artists' haunt that was ignored by the art.
Antiques: Art Nouveau by Grueby
Grueby is a name becom ing increasingly important to collectors of the American art nouveau. Examples are attracting attention as dealers who had earlier specialized in the glass of the period include. Although the art nouveau style is more specifically.
Antiques: East German vase echos art nouveau design
Antiques: East German vase echos art nouveau design By ALYCE. Your gilt-trimmed vase, featuring an art nouveau style angel hand painted in matte colors, may be a replication of one of the elegant Schierholtz designs popular at the turn of the last.
Antique Furniture Styles 105
A very important area to review in your study of antiques relative to furniture design is the period of the Art Nouveau Style. The Art Nouveau Style is highly significant not only in decorating circles, but also amongst those who purchase antiques.
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When items are listed incorrectly on Ebay it hurts the credibility of the seller.
Here are a few general hints on items I have seen listed incorrectly:
ART NOUVEAU: Literally the "new art". A style based heavily in oriental adapted to a continental taste-the period lasts from the end of the 1800's to the early 1900's - Alphonse Mucha may be the most recognized artist of this period followed by Aubry Beardsley.
Art Nouveau items are fluid, organic and usually linked in some way to nature-leaf and flower shapes etc.
Paris is the center of Art Nouveau and many buildings representing the style still exist there.
L. C. Tiffany certainly worked in the art nouveau style as well as other styles throughout his career.
Charles Dana Gibsons famous "Girls" were frequently used during this period but are not specifically ART NOUVEAU in style.
Some people also lump the romantics and the pre-raphaelites into Art Nouveau wrongly!
Some work of this period does fit the Art Nouveau school and some doesn't.
This Waterhouse painting has all the elements of art nouveau but also is a romatic pre-raphaelite work.
Here is a Mucha which clearly shows the flowing style associated with Art Nouveau works.
Be careful when listing things as Art Nouveau unless you are sure of the style and period-an item might be art nouveau inspired or art nouveau "like" but must be of the movement to be truly Art Nouveau-same goes for:
ART DECO (short for Art Decoratif / Decorative) late 19teens to 1930s
Overlaps Artcyclopedia: Art Nouveau
Provides brief overview of the movement along with a chronological listing of Art Nouveau artists.Art Nouveau at Artchive
Description of Art Nouveau movement with links to information about Gustav Klimt, Aubrey Beardsley, and Alphonse Mucha.