More Art Nouveau


The Poetry of József Kiss (1897), design by Nándor Gottermayer.

There’s always more Art Nouveau. Searching for term at the Google Art Project turns up a surprising number of paintings, drawings and other objects which are nothing of the sort, as well as many things which are, of course. These are a selection of the latter (mostly), and a reminder that it’s worth returning to the site every so often to look for new additions. Nándor Gottermayer’s book cover is a gorgeous design I’ve never seen before.


Vase (before 1890) by Émile Gallé.


Flower of Death (1895) by Akseli Gallen-Kallela.


The Offering of Mephistopheles (c.1930) by Roland Paris.


Tree Roots, Saint-Cloud (1906) by Eugène Atget.


Salome (c.1910) by Federico Beltrán Masses.


Lamp (c.1902) by Johann Loetz Witwe; probably designed by Franz Pankok.


Sidewall (1895–1910); designer unknown.

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