Art-Nouveau


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Art-Nouveau

adj attrJugendstil-; Art-Nouveau buildingJugendstilbau m
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VISITING Huddersfield recently I was greatly struck by the ingenuity and beauty of Lindley Clock Tower to such an extent that I sketched it (right) and investigated the work of its radical art-nouveau, modernist-inclined architect Edgar Wood (1860-1935).
If you take a walk around this neighborhood you will be able to admire architectural masterpieces such as the Sagrada Familia and La Pedrera, among other wonders inherited from Antoni Gaudi - don't miss his Parc Guell - and the other architects of the city's homegrown art-nouveau movement, modernisme.
The modern movement's curious authoritarianism is exemplified in a 1930 poster from the Palais des Beaux-Arts in Brussels telling us what is good taste (a modern kitchen with its hard-edged surfaces) and bad (an old-fashioned, rather art-nouveau drawing room).
John Bury's sets and costumes, based on Aubrey Beardsley's famous illustrations for Oscar Wilde's play, are the last word in art-nouveau chic.
In On Burning Mirrors, 1992, a fluid design that seems half art-nouveau and half Mayan is superimposed on a gray and turquoise ground like shot silk.
The dining room features an art-nouveau bar and Louis XIV chairs.
It focuses on the architect of the Palais des Beaux Arts, Victor Horta, who created buildings that are the embodiment of art-nouveau architecture in Belgium.