Art Nouveau and Art Deco

Popular at the turn of the century through the First World War, Art Nouveau draws inspiration from the natural world, utilizing organic, sinuous lines and flowing shapes. In contrast, Art Deco emphasizes linear, angular shapes, streamlined forms, and geometric patterns, and came to epitomize the Jazz Age of the 1920s and 1930s.

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Richard Desvallieres
Pair of Wrought Iron & Marble Consoles
1925
Émile Jacques Ruhlmann
Lorcia Table
circa 1930
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Ettore Sottsass
Eighteen wall sconce
1986
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Lötz (Witwe) Johann
Rare Vase with Band Handles
circa 1936
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Malvina Hoffman
Mongolian Archer
1932
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Allan Clark
Study for a Garden Pool (Bodhisattva)
1925
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Marc du Plantier
Paire de fauteuils
1936
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