Geometric Art Nouveau

Art Nouveau has gradually settled down by simplifying itself, by adopting more rectilinear forms, a prelude to the Art Deco which emerges around 1910 and which will replace the "Geometric" Art Nouveau once the First World War is over. Check out the remarkable examples below.

Compare them with those of the so-called "Floral Art Nouveau" period which preceded.


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