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Art Nouveau  Art Nouveau  began in the 1880s as a reaction against the historical emphasis of mid-19th-century art. Art Nouveau is an intern...

architect victor horta - Interior view of the main stair in an Art Nouveau style row house. From David Dernie and Alastair Carew-Cox's book, "Victor Horta",

Horta designed the Hôtel Tassel for Belgian scientist Emile Tassel between 1893 and 1894.

Tour the Best in Art Nouveau and Art Deco Architecture in Brussels

Art-Nouveau-Leaves-Pattern, designed by Martina Stadler    High-quality Vector Pattern from patterndesigns.com

Art-Nouveau-Leaves-Pattern, designed by Martina Stadler High-quality Vector Pattern from patterndesigns.com

Horta Museum, Brussels, Belgica

Hotel Tassel by Architect Victor Horta. This is actually a curved mirror, not an opening, which creates a beautiful infinity effect and emphasizes & elaborates on the curved glass ceiling. Built between 1893 and 1894 in Brussels, Belgium.

ART NOUVEAU Art Nouveau (French pronunciation: [aʁ nuvo], Anglicised to /ˈɑrt nuːˈvoʊ/) is an international philosophy[2] and style of art, architecture and applied art—especially the decorative ar…


1893 Victor Horta is the most well-known Art Nouveau architect. His building "House Tassel" is considered as the first Art Nouveau building.


Awesome Dragon Railing by Giuseppe Celeprin The perfect staircase for a dragon's house

Victor Horta (1861-1927) - Hotel Tassel Entry Hall View. Brussels, Belgium. Circa 1893-1894.

Hotel Tassel entrance, Brussels, Belgium built by Victor Horta.The first true art nouveau building?

Maison Cauchie, Rue des Francs

Art Nouveau in Brussels: Paul Cauchie, La Maison Cauchie. Detail of sgraffito facade. Owned by Guy and Léona Dessicy.

Arqteturas: Art Nouveau

Architecture - The key element of Art Nouveau is seen in the sinuous lines of the stair case. The shapes are natural flowing and can be seen to represent nature/vines.

i need this.........Art Nouveau - Lampe - Pâte de Verre - Monture Bronze 'Gingko' - Emile Gallé

Art Nouveau 'Gingko' lamp by Emile Gallé. Pate de verre literally means glass paste.

Entryway in Brussels. http://dontbeafraidoftomorrow.tumblr.com/post/35047380974

amazing Art Nouveau tile & painting work entrance entrance hall entry entryway entry way foyer front hall front door hall hallway stair hall hallway stairwell staircase stairs interior design