(M.) Paul Hankar, Architecte, 1897. Adolphe Louis-Charles Crespin. Color lithograph
Nijinsky’s Faun Costume in ‘L’Apres Midi d’un Faune’ by Claude Debussy from the front cover of the programme for the 7th season of the ‘Ballets Russes’.
Art by Leon Bakst
“Our Lady of Grace" is a five-story art nouveau wall mural located in the Notre-Dame-de-Grâce neighborhood of Montreal, Canada. It was designed by the Canadian graffiti art collective A’shop.
This mural project was sponsored by the City of Montreal and local organizations & businesses. This project, which is a tribute to Alphonse Mucha, used over 500 cans of spray paint and over 50 colors. The artists (Fluke, Guillaume Lapointe, Antonin Lambert, DoDo Ose and Bruno Rathbone), whose ages range from 27-33, worked on the mural for 16 days after researching the design for two weeks.
One artist, Fluke, said in an interview, “Our city has way too much gray…So I hope this [mural] kickstarts a mural campaign. The architecture in Montreal is perfect for it.”
Here is their website (which also links to their facebook page)
Cabinet-Vitrine 1899: Art Nouveau style cabinet designed by the Belgian architect and furniture designer Gustave Serrurier-Bovy
Hand painted peacock silk scarf in art nouveau style. From here.
cave salamander vase
porcelain. Wheelthrown, carved, and handpainted by Stephanie Young
Check this artist out!
Henry van de Velde, fashion design, 1902
Maria Sèthe, wearing a dress designed by her husband, architect Henry van de Velde. It was designed to match the interiors in their home.
Josef Hoffmann, Ball Programm | Carnet de ball, Gilt Brass, Letaler and printed paper, 14,2 x 11cm, 1909.
… und ein eingehängtes, vierseitiges, in Gold und Schwarz gedrucktes Faltblatt mit Liste der Tänze ‘Vor der Ruhe’ und ‘Nach der Ruhe’; beiliegend, 12-seitige, passend gefaltete Ballzeitung ‘Wiener Älteste Neuigkeiten’