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SECESSION/JUGENDSTIL RELATED WEBSITES – To correspond with the citywide Vienna, City of Dreams program organized by Carnegie Hall in the spring of 2014, NYARC  (New York Art Resources Consortium)put together this website featuring catalogs and other related materials for the period that Klimt, as a founding member, was involved. Using material from the libraries of The Frick CollectionBrooklyn Museum, and The Museum of Modern Art—this site is worth visiting. – A German website with devoted to the  periodicals  Simplicissimus and Jugend with an archive of digitized issues. – Dennis French is a recently retired Art Professor and designer/craftsman who put together this website on Secession style design and architecture. During his research, he has collected valuable archive material on the Darmstadt Artist Colony and the Glasgow School. – Art around 1900- The name speaks for itself.  Art Nouveau European Route has information on Art Nouveau heritage in Europe and worldwide complete with city by city maps showing the important art nouveau architecture and sites. The organization also publishes a magazine called Coupe de Fouet which is published several times a year.


MONOGRAPHIC WEBSITES – A virtual museum devoted to the work of Gustav Klimt.– A website devoted to the postcards of Raphael Kirchkner.– A showcase of Emil Orlik’s prints. -A great website featuring Jack Daulton’s collection  Franz Von Stuck works.– The Jan Toorop research centre with a vast image library of his works. – A website on Belgium sculpture Georges Minne- perhaps the most influential sculptor on the Secessionists.


BLOGS   -Sipke van de Peppel runs this great site on  Dutch art nouveau and art deco bookbindings/ephemera. – A Hungarian blog on Secession style in Hungary and the rest of Europe. Most of the articles are only in Hungarian but it’s worth visiting for the images.– A blog on art nouveau with interesting and well-researched posts on art nouveau architecture in Europe.– This ambitious project was conceived by Italian graphic designer and writer Andrea Speziali. It aims to survey  Art Nouveau heritage in Italy and features maps and images of art nouveau building in Italy, along with historical information.



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