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by Jean Lahor

  • Author: Jean Lahor
  • ISBN: 1844844137
  • ISBN13: 978-1844844135
  • ePub: 1325 kb | FB2: 1913 kb
  • Language: German
  • Publisher: Parkstone International (2007)
  • Rating: 4.2/5
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Jugendstil ("Youth Style") was an artistic movement and the German counterpart of Art Nouveau that was active from about 1895 until about 1910. The members of the movement were reacting against the historicism and neo-classicism of the official art and architecture academies. It took its name from the art journal Jugend founded by the German artist George Hirth. It was particularly active in the graphic arts and interior decoration.

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Das Mega Square Jugendstil versammelt Werke aller Kunstformen, von Design und Malerei bis zur Architektur, und die bekanntesten Künstler, wie beispielsweise Gustav Klimt, Koloman Moser, Antoni Gaudí, Jan Toorop und William Morris. In seinem handlichen Format ist es das perfekte Geschenk für Kunstliebhaber. Adobe PDF eBook 3.

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All the different names used to describe the movement along its triumphal march – Art Nouveau, Liberty, Jugendstil, Secessionstil, and Arte Joven – emphasised its newness and its break with the past, in particular with the mid-nineteenth century’s outdated historicism

All the different names used to describe the movement along its triumphal march – Art Nouveau, Liberty, Jugendstil, Secessionstil, and Arte Joven – emphasised its newness and its break with the past, in particular with the mid-nineteenth century’s outdated historicism. In reality, Art Nouveau drew from many past and exotic styles: Japanese, Celtic, Islamic, gothic, baroque and rococo, among others.

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