Art Nouveau

Art Nouveau (also known as Jugendstil) refers to a period in art history that extended from the end of the 19th century to the first decades of the 20th century. This style, which was primarily present in architecture, painting, graphic design, furniture making, and other crafts, is characterized by organic shapes, curved lines, floral motifs and a combination of art and craft. In the antiques sector, the term refers to objects, furniture and works of art that were produced in Art Nouveau. Such antiques are often sought after collectibles due to their aesthetic appeal and historical value.

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