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A style of architecture and decorative art similar to art nouveau, popular in German-speaking areas of Europe during the late 1800s and early 1900s.

[German : Jugend, youth + Stil, style.]


(Art Movements) another name for Art Nouveau
[from Jugend literally: youth, name of illustrated periodical that first appeared in 1896, + Stil style]
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This was seen in various artistic manifestations in France and Belgium in the movements known as Art Nouveau, in Holland as Nieuwe Kunst, in Italy as Stile Floreale, as Skonvirke in Denmark, and Jugendstil in Germany and Austria.
Petra Bacher's Sartori die Torte designs draw upon centuries of design elements from the Austrian Hapsburg Dynasty through successive periods of Baroque, Classic, Jugendstil, Art Nouveau, Art Deco, RingStrasse-era, Weiner Werkstatte and Biedermeier eras to modern and post-modern design elements -- all expressed as highly decorated, large scale cakes commissioned as iconic marketing promotions, banquet centerpieces, desserts, and special event pastry showpieces.
That didn't prejudice him against them (he cared about the past but wasn't in thrall to it); it merely limited his handling of these structures to a shallow frame of reference: the roughly one hundred years from decadent Jugendstil to high International Style.
Swiss stage director Marco Arturo Marellia gave a clear reading of the work, situating it in a Jugendstil setting.
These images, realized by Sidlo, include early black and white photography of the period as well as blurred and treated filmic stills and moving imagery to suggest the ghost-like presence and profound absences of early photography and cinema where the Bohemian landscape that serves as both the historical and poetic context of these works is refracted through the sepia-hued lens of memory in order to narrate the unfolding of a dreamscape evoked by the Jugendstil aesthetic of Rainer Maria Rilke's 1899 poem "The Lay of Love and Death of the Cornet Christopher Rilke" on which Ullmann's monodrama is based.
Gustav Klimt, born on July 14, 1862, is one of the best known figures of the Jugendstil art period.
Jugendstil is another name for which artistic movement?
In fact, it is particularly amazing that this philosopher inspired such important cultural movements as Naturalism, Jugendstil (Art Nouveau), Symbolism, Expressionism, Neue Sachlichkeit (New Objectivity), Modernism, Nazism, Postmodernism, and Post-Postmodernism.
Most of the buildings are Jugendstil [Art Nouveau] architecture, with a Gothic nuance.
Heisler views their interest in self-conscious dance episodes and stylized classical ballet as directly influenced by the abstract ornamentation of contemporary Jugendstil and as an antidote to late romanticism.
People from the Communist International, the Comintern, probably did mutter to each other in the Hotel Lux, now operating as "Tsentralnaya" in the Tverskaya (once "Gorky") Street leading down to Red Square--the restaurant still has the gilded Jugendstil caryatids of yore--that the problem with the Russians was that they were a bit crude and drank too much.
Local architects and designers have no problems using the eclectic mix of styles, designs and approaches--from stylized, flowing forms of Jugendstil so popular in the capital city of Riga, to opulent, 'in your face' Art Deco shapes to the monumental Baroque structures.