Collection: Art Nouveau

Art Nouveau was an international art movement that emerged in the late 19th century and flourished until the outbreak of World War I. It was characterized by a decorative and ornamental style that incorporated organic forms, curving lines, and a sense of movement and flow.Art Nouveau drew inspiration from nature and sought to break free from the rigid styles of the past, embracing new forms and materials. Its designs were used in a wide range of media, from architecture and furniture to jewelry and textiles.The movement had a significant impact on the development of modern art and design, influencing artists and designers around the world. Its legacy can be seen in the work of many later movements, including Art Deco and the modernist styles that emerged in the early 20th century.