Definition of Art nouveau

1. Noun. A French school of art and architecture popular in the 1890s; characterized by stylized natural forms and sinuous outlines of such objects as leaves and vines and flowers.

Definition of Art nouveau

1. Noun. art nouveau ¹

2. Noun. A decorative style of art and architecture that especially used the sinuous and flowing lines of plants. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Art Nouveau

art galleries
art gallery
art game
art historian
art historians
art history
art house
art houses
art imitates life
art journal
art movement
art movements
art movie
art music
art nouveau (current term)
art object
art paper
art rock
art room
art school
art schools
art speak
art student
art students
art teacher
art therapies
art therapy
art union

Literary usage of Art nouveau

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Cumulative Book Index by H.W. Wilson Company (1901)
"Werner, ES art nouveau in furniture and decoration. Lambert. Т.. сотр. ifs. ... art nouveau ..."

2. The Practical Book of Architecture by Charles Matlack Price (1916)
"L'art nouveau," THE " SECESSIONISTS" AND "MODERNISTS." THE CITY HOUSE. ... L'art nouveau, furthermore, assumed, temporarily, an absolute dominance of ..."

3. One Hundred Country Houses: Modern American Examples by Aymar Embury (1909)
"The Walker house is strongly tinged with the Chicago variation of art nouveau in the introduction of strong horizontal lines. The older English architecture ..."

4. The Craftsman by Gustav Stickley (1905)
"It is a statement which may be criticised and yet which is nevertheless true, that in L'art nouveau, a movement which is now being felt throughout the ..."

5. How to Know Period Styles in Furniture: A Brief History of Furniture from by William Lowing Kimerly (1913)
"... satisfactory for furniture and is probably better adapted to metal work or wall and cloth designs. Cabinet Shown at Paris Exposition, 1900. art nouveau ..."

6. Memorial Art, Ancient and Modern: Illustrations and Descriptions of the by Harry Augustus Bliss (1912)
"87 Border-L'art nouveau. 89 Foliate, undulate band, Byzantine. SX Foliate, "running dog " or ... 160 Cresting border L'art nouveau. 101 Band of oak leaves. ..."

7. Riga & Its Beachesby Farrol Kahn by Farrol Kahn (2000)
"TOUR TWO: art nouveau The art nouveau tour covers both the old town and the new city. It is not feasible to see all the buildings and on this walk we will ..."

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