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Will Bradley, The Modern Poster and  The Kiss from Bradley: His Book, 1896

Custom Vintage Art Nouveau Greek Woman Peacock Wedding Personalized Announcements created by YesterdayCafe. This invitation design is available on many paper types and is completely custom printed.

art nouveau by jacklyn

"The Toulouse" is a reproduction Complete Cast Iron Fireplace in the Art Nouveau Style with an extraordinary hood with four tulips bordered by large leaves. The tiles are partly obscured by vine decoration that climb sinuously across the frame.

Tile | Date: Late 16th century | Syria | Culture: Islamic | Medium:Stonepaste; painted and glazed

Tile, stonepaste, painted and glazed. Syria, circa century And they still make this same design today….

Plant Botany Art Nouveau Version

From Art Nouveau artist Riom's Etude de Fleurs - Nasturtiums & Lily of the Valley. You can see the curves of the lily of the valley used in my final forget-me-not gift design.

Villa Majorelle (Jika) - Nancy - 1901/1902 - La 1ère Maison entièrement de Style Art Nouveau autant ses extérieurs que l'aménagement intérieur - Vitraux

Villa Majorelle (Jika) - Nancy - 1901/1902 - La 1ère Maison entièrement de Style Art Nouveau autant ses extérieurs que l'aménagement intérieur - Vitraux

Alphonse Mucha. Lily. From The Flowers Series. 1898. Color lithograph.

From The Flowers Series. by artist Alphonse Maria Mucha. hand-painted museum quality oil painting reproduction on canvas.

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Nora Fry illus - Aesops fables 1927 - via janwillemsen, first published in 1921

Emile gallé - Paravent 'Iris' - Acajou MarquetéEmile Gallé [French Art Nouveau Glassmaker, 1846-1904]More Pins Like This At FOSTERGINGER @ Pinterest

A CARVED MARQUETRY SCREEN BY EMILE GALLE - the screen composed of three sections, and decorated overall with inlaid and overlaid irises, the reverse upholstered in rose coloured velvet, supported on four bracket feet, inlaid signature Galle.

Iris, postcard (1898)

Iris, postcard Adolf Hohenstein (Saint Petersburg was a German painter, advertiser, illustrator, set designer and costume designer.

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