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By Judith H. Miller, Jill Bace, David Rago, Suzanne Perrault

Even if a long-lived ardour or a brand new chanced on excitement, discover the sweetness and originality of artwork Nouveau with this luxurious collector's advisor. From furnishings to metalwork, jewelry to sculptures - over 1,100 separately priced goods, with up to date valuations and detailed historic info, are offered by way of topic zone. With in-depth assurance of all of the significant designers and factories, together with Emile Galle and Charles Rennie waterproof coat, you cannot have the funds for to shop for or promote with no it

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ARCHITECT AND DESIGNER THE GLASGOW FOUR Among his most notable architectural achievements was the design and furnishing of a new building for the Glasgow School of Art in 1897, a number Influenced by the widely acclaimed and groundbreaking journal The Studio, which celebrated the work of the most advanced artists and designers, Mackintosh developed Above: Charles Rennie Mackintosh dark stained oak armchair, for the Argyle Street Tearooms, Glasgow, with spreading arm supports and filled inside panels and apron, raised on circular supports.

Outward-curving legs, slender splats, and upholstery held in place by studwork are typical of van de Velde chairs. Henry van de Velde After he turned his attention to architecture and the decorative arts, the Antwerp-born Impressionist painter Henry van de Velde (1863–1957) wore the mantle of Belgium’s chief designer working in the Art Nouveau style. Influenced by the writings of William Morris, the highly original designs of pioneer Henry van de Velde won attention with the house he built for himself – Bloemenwerf – near Brussels in 1894, and for which he created the furniture, silver, cutlery, and decorative fixtures.

Above: “Fauteuil No. 413” manufactured by J. & J. Kohn in dark mahogany-stained beech with brass rivets. The seat and buttoned back are in dark brown leather. 1901 99cm (39in) high £5,000–6,000 DOR Painted softwood cupboard with shelves behind glazed double doors. Below are two drawers and a double-door cupboard. Painted in white, with brass hardware. From Koloman Moser’s flat in Vienna. 1902 Display cabinet by the School of Koloman Moser. The four stained hardwood legs are cylindrical with inlaid geometric motifs.

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