Jewellery Art Nouveau

Jewellery trends – Art Nouveau is in fashion again

We consider that the three main Jewellery Art Nouveau artisans were Catalan Lluís Masriera, and the two French Georges Fouquet and René Lalique. See some of their works in order to fully appreciate the artisan work that they incorporate: Lluís Masriera: René Lalique: He promoted the movement in France with his exquisite enamel and glass in addition to…

Which movements influenced Art Nouveau? (test your skills)

Many people love Art Nouveau but only a few can distinguish what inspired and influenced this Art Style and what didn’t. Check if you are one of them. Before testing your skills on what influenced Art Nouveau, let us describe Art Nouveau (1880-1914). It means “new art” and embraced Europe’s new industrial aesthetic rather than…

Alphonse Mucha posters exhibit – in Seoul, Korea until March 1st

The exhibition in the newly opened Korean gallery My Art Museum presents a total of 234 Art Nouveau posters, engravings, drawings, oil paintings and other original works from the private collection of the famous Czech tennis player Ivan Lendl. The exhibition is divided into four parts and trying to capture Mucha lifelong formation starting with…

Art Nouveau Christmas in Riga – in the Latvian capital until January 12th

The Rīga Art Nouveau Center on beautiful Alberta street has a special Christmas exhibition running from January 6 until January 12, showcasing various beautiful objects in the Art Nouveau or Jugendstil style, many of them from a golden age of Latvian art and design. There is also another exhibition called “Doll Stories” from artist Irina Vorkale….

Otto Wagner, Master of Viennese Art Nouveau – until in Paris until March 16th

This exhibition, designed and co-produced with the Wien Museum to commemorate the centenary of his death, is the first monograph devoted to him in France. An architect and lead contractor, Otto Wagner was also an outstanding draughtsman. The exhibition features a rich collection of drawings from Otto Wagner’s architectural agency, currently stored at the Wien Museum. These illustrate Otto Wagner’s main projects…