Traducción de art nouveau en Español:

art nouveau

Art Nouveau, n.

(Art Nouveau)

Pronunciación /ˌɑrt nuˈvoʊ//ˌɑː(t) nuːˈvəʊ//ˌɑr nuˈvoʊ/


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    Art Nouveau masculino
    • The birth of art nouveau (called jugendstil in German-speaking countries) was a self-conscious effort to address the new century and determine its modernist pulse.
    • The wasp waist, achieved with the help of a corset and a tightly cinched belt, became popular at the end of the nineteenth century, coinciding with the emergence of the art nouveau style in the decorative arts.
    • As the epicenter of the art nouveau style, France is particularly well represented.
    • As soon as Elton made some money, he started collecting art - art deco and art nouveau.
    • In glass design, too, the irregular shapes, floral allusions, and aleatory iridescence of art nouveau succumbed to solid geometry and flat, linear patterning.
    • Style is turn-of-the century art nouveau; there are cute banquettes to sit in; a curved wooden bar to order at, and pavement tables outside for summer sun.
    • Catherine's own interest in art deco style dates back to the 1980s, although her fascination with period architecture began with art nouveau.
    • The curator of the exhibition, Paul Greenhalgh, has taken the point of view that art nouveau was a collection of movements that became a style, and many of those movements are illustrated in the show.
    • Like all great styles before it, art nouveau had different emphases and inspirations in each of the major centers.
    • In this piece, Lalique captured the essence of the art nouveau style of which he was a master.
    • The style combines the original art nouveau of the building itself (mirrors, furnishings) with ultra-modern brushed chrome fixtures.
    • Unlike art nouveau, it emphasized a functional design based on logic and geometry.
    • In 1908 the architect Adolf Loos published his essay Ornament and Crime, which outlines the creation of art nouveau and advocates a new functional and modern style of architecture.
    • The renovated building is almost 100 years old, but the original art nouveau architecture of its facade has remained.
    • I bought art deco furniture and art nouveau and great clothes.
    • Samuel Bing invited Conder to decorate a small boudoir in his La Maison de l' art nouveau in 1896.
    • Most of the hotel's original features, including the stunningly plush and spacious Column Bar in the lobby, and its art nouveau design have been meticulously preserved.
    • This enormous and lavishly illustrated volume treats the evolution of the art nouveau style in fin-de-siecle France, principally in Nancy and Paris.
    • Tiffany's oxidized silver and enameled sprinkler is a masterpiece of American art nouveau design.
    • In common with most 19 th-century tycoons, Faustino Feltrinelli liked to impress, and his villa - built in neo-gothic style with a dash of art nouveau - must have left the locals speechless.