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  Jugendstil - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jugendstil is defined as "a style of architecture or decorative art similar to Art Nouveau, popular in German-speaking areas of Europe during the late 19th and early 20th centuries." (Webster's II New College Dictionary Third Edition) Jugendstil was also popular in Scandinavia, where it became integrated with the National Romantic style.
Munich, Germany was the capital of Jugendstil (which means "youth style").
Jugendstil got its name originally back in 1896, when it was published in the trendsetting cultural weekly Jugend, founded by Georg Hirth.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Jugendstil   (326 words)

 Collecting Jugendstil Pottery - 1Earth Ceramics Antiques & Appraisals Magazine   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
What was art nouveau in French-speaking countries and 'stile Liberty' in Italy was known as Jugendstil in the German-speaking heart of Europe, the Austro-Hungarian empire and the newly-united Germany itself.
In Germany in particular, Jugendstil shapes and decoration were used in a wide range of domestic china which was exported to the rest of Europe and the USA, as well as being sold on the home market.
Jugendstil potters worked in a variety of styles, from the pleasingly curved, organic shapes and naturalistic painting that was typical of art nouveau to more straightforward, functional designs decorated with stylized, even abstract motifs that were a harbinger of the art deco style.
www.1earth.com.au /collectible/ceramics/jugendstil_pottery.html   (927 words)

 Jugendstil   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Whereas Prague, Budapest, and Ljubljana absorbed new influences (such as those from Paris, Brussels, or Berlin) fairly directly, and gave Jugendstil a strong national character, in Vienna the brisk influx of artists from all parts of the empire led to the development of an "international" artistic style.
The leading figures in Jugendstil painting and graphic arts in Austria were such artists as G. Klimt, C. Moll, W. Bernatzik, F. v.
Jugendstil: K. Moser, Poster for the opening of the Jung-Wiener Theater zum lieben Augustin, 1924.
www.aeiou.at /aeiou.encyclop.j/j817307.htm;internal&action=_setlanguage.action?LANGUAGE=en   (1235 words)

In France it was called "Style Guimard", in Germany and the Netherlands "Jugendstil", in Italy: "Stile Liberty" (after the shop founded by William Morris for the sale of the products of the Arts and Crafts firm).
In The Netherlands, Jugendstil architecture shows itself in the departure from academical schools like the so-called neo-styles, often by reversal of colours (dark decorations on a white fond instead of white on dark), ostentatious asymmetry, showy turrets and oriels in all kinds of shapes.
As for the construction materials, prominent aspects are the use of ornamental ceramic tiles, often in tableaux, cast and wrought iron ornaments, glazed bricks and leaded stained glass.
home.wanadoo.nl /pc-training/jugendstil.htm   (291 words)

 JUGENDSTIL history by Senses-ArtNouveau.com
This new style was contemporary of the Art Nouveau style and the other related styles that were expanding everywhere in Europe.
Many important companies as WMF have contributed to export and make known all over the world this style, combining decorative motives as the feminine figure (usually represented entwined in long hair and soft dresses) and austere geometric patterns.
JUGENDSTIL greatly influenced neibouring countries like The Netherlands, where a "typical Jugendstil company" was founded under the name: URANIA.
www.senses-artnouveau.com /biography.php?artist=JUG   (278 words)

 Vienna Details @Digital Outback Photo   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Most popular in Belgium and England, it was known in Germany and Austria as "Jugendstil" and in Italy as "Stile Liberty" or "Stile florale".
Because the Jugendstil was so prominent in Vienna, it is easy to find many architectural features in the Jugendstil style.
He reduced the romantic character of the Jugendstil to objective forms, but without giving up decorative and graphic elements, which were organically integrated into his utilitarian buildings, emphasizing certain construction elements.
www.outbackphoto.com /places/2001/jugendstil/20010910_jugendstil.html   (490 words)

 Jugendstil - Rijksmuseum
Art Nouveau or JugendstilThe new style was known in France and Britain as Art Nouveau (new art), after the similarly-named gallery of decorative art run by S. Bing in Paris.
In German the style became known as Jugendstil: the style promoted in the German magazine 'Die Jugend', which first appeared in Munich in 1896.
In fact the two different names represent the same style and are used interchangeably in the Netherlands.
www.rijksmuseum.nl /aria/aria_encyclopedia/00068990?lang=en   (262 words)

 Jugendstil German Art Nouveau Art & Type   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
In the late 19th century there was an artistic Renaissance in southern Germany, led by the artists and designers of the Jugendstil movement in the area around Munich.
While Jugendstil artists like Arnold Bocklin are often thrown in with the French Art Nouveau artists of the same period, their art was stylistically original and focused on germanic themes and mythology.
The driving force of the Jugendstil movement was the magazine Munchner Jugend which made extensive use of the illustrations and designs of German Art Nouveau artists, including fl and white and tinted illustrations, hand lettering and even architectural and furniture design.
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 Art Nouveau
Art Nouveau was an International modern art movement and had different names in different languages.
In Germany it was called Jugendstil, in Italy Stile Liberty, in Austria Sezession and in Spain Modernista or Modernismo.
Towards the end of the nineteenth century several groups of avant-garde artists formed Jugendstil associations in Munich, Vienna and Berlin.
www.artelino.com /articles/art_nouveau.asp   (647 words)

 Webster University Vienna   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Jugendstil is the Newspaper of Webster University Vienna, Berchtoldgasse 1, 1220 Vienna, published periodically and distributed to the university community.
It is conceived, written and illustrated by the students, under the guidance and direction of Dardis McNamee, Professor of Journalism.
Interested advisors should contact us either by post, by telephone at (01) 2699293, or by email at jugendstilwebster {at} yahoo {dot} com.
www.webster.ac.at /jugendstil   (114 words)

 Dream Worlds
The Jugendstil style of porcelain was characterized by an underglaze of subdued colors (while the Art Deco period of the 1920's featured an overglaze of bright enamel hues).
With the publication of Darwin’s works, Jugendstil intellectuals related evolutionary theory to cultural progress, suggesting that evolution in nature was analogous to progress in culture.
A large group of figures was added to the collection during the first World War, yet the majority of the Museum’s holdings stems from the period after 1960, when the Jugendstil period was again seen to be worthy of scholarly attentions.
www.artsbma.org /porali.htm   (857 words)

 Jugendstil, Art Nouveau, or the Age of Doodling
Jugendstil, Art Nouveau, or the Age of Doodling
Jugendstil or Art Nouveau has grown out of an innate desire for doodling.
This folkart started in many countries independently but concurrently, and every country found a name for the artform in her own language.
www.suite101.com /article.cfm/natural_health/26290   (490 words)

 UNESCO Courier: From fantasy to functionalism - Art Nouveau   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
These works were praised in the German press, and some of them were shown in Dresden in 1897 at an international art exhibition at which van de Velde's interior designs caused a sensation.
Van de Velde, who was soon inundated with commissions, became the driving force behind Jugendstil, the German version of Art Nouveau.
However, it was Munich, not Dresden, which became the main centre from which the influence of Jugendstil would spread in Germany.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_m1310/is_1990_August/ai_8922124   (349 words)

 Second Baroque, Jugendstil and Gothic style Vienna Regulators by SNClocks
The Baroque, or more correctly Second Baroque style clocks from 1875 to 1895 reflect the highly ornate styles of the original Baroque period (1550 to 1700).
The Jugendstil style (1890 to 1920) returned to the very simple style and became the last period of Vienna Regulators.
Jugendstil clocks correspond to the German Art Nouveau furniture period.
www.snclocks.com /gallery5.htm   (94 words)

 JustSayGo.com Travel E-Zine — Your Ultimate Travel Guide, Stories, Tips, Recommendations
Jugendstil -- a name that comes from the German-language magazine Die Jugend ("youth") that was among Jugendstil's earliest promoters -- was perhaps the first popular intent to integrate art into everyday life.
To a Jugendstil artist, art was not just the picture or sculpture, but also the surroundings in which that picture or sculpture was contained or displayed.
The entirety had to blend --the house that the picture or sculpture was in (or on), the furniture surrounding it, even the china and silverware used nearby had to match to form -- in order for a true work of art to exist.
www.justsaygo.com /destinations/germanyartnouveau.html   (796 words)

 Art Nouveau Furniture — Jugendstil design by van de Velde
Art Nouveau or Jugendstil was an international movement spreading from european countries like Great Britain, France, Belgium, Germany and Austria all over the world.
Henry van de Velde’s furniture design is considerably Art Nouveau, and for sure he was, together with Victor Horta, one of the originators of Art Nouveau or german Jugendstil.
Taking into account Henry van de Veldes primacy of reason it is not surprising that he founded the Arts and Crafts seminar at Weimar (1902) which in fact turned out to be the predecessor of the later Weimar Bauhaus.
www.henry-van-de-velde.com /4/Art_Nouveau_Furniture.htm   (461 words)

 Euro Collections International :: View Product
A fl lacquered collection case in a Jugendstil design can be purchased separately for the whole four-coin series.
The now internationally famous Jugendstil artist Gustav Klimt, who was also the first president of the Secession movement, created the Beethoven Frieze for an exhibition held there in 1902.
- and the Jugendstil house by Otto Wagner on the Wienzeile (the street bordering the River Wien).
eurocollections.com /catalog/?category=319&product=1325   (602 words)

 Dolenko, Elena (2003)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
This Schoenberg study explores the origins of the career of the great man, who was well in advance of his time.
Proposing an innovative analytical approach to Schoenberg's creative output by revealing some crucial dramatic parallels between his music and his painting, it re-examines the stylistic features of Schoenberg's oeuvre up to early 1909 with the focus on establishing typical Jugendstil characteristics in his music.
Since there are still some methodological gaps in studies of the Jugendstil in music, the dissertation first provides background information on the conceptual data base of the Jugendstil recognized in contiguous fields of research (e.g.
www.sun.rhbnc.ac.uk /Music/Archive/Disserts/dolenko.html   (332 words)

 Guided City Walk in Utrecht along Jugendstil houses and shop facades   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
During this walk you will see many special buildings in Jugendstil architecture or influenced by it.
You will be surprised to discover how many shops in the centre of Utrecht have a Jugendstil facade.
The Art Nouveau began in London and is also known as "Jugendstil" in Austria and Germany, as Modernismo in Spain, and as Stile Liberty in Italy.
www.phys.uu.nl /~ing/jugendstil.html   (273 words)

 1924 speckhardt Jugendstil gold broche
This is a wonderful Jugendstil gold broche with one pearl and one ruby made by the Zerrenner company located in the Pforzheim area of Germany.
The gold fineness is 33.3 percent per thousands parts of gold alloy.
Jugendstil designs from Germany are quite underestimated nowadays, this will not last for much longer.
www.decoesque.com /1924.html   (82 words)

 Manks Reference - Art Nouveau   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Between the 1880s and the 1910s, the Jugendstil or Art Nouveau movement was influential throughout Europe and, to a lesser degree, in the United States.
The Jugendstil or Art Nouveau style originates from the academic classicism of the École des Beaux-Arts and the study of plant and animal forms.
Exponents of the Art Nouveau style attached great importance and value to ornamental curved lines derived from natural flora and fauna.
www.manks.com /main/reference/artnouveau.html   (163 words)

 Jugendstil Candleholder at Wrapables - Candlelight
Create a timeless modernity to your home décor with our Jugendstil candleholders.
Jugendstil (literally "Youth Style" in German) was the name of the German art noveau movement that began in the late 19th century outside of Munich and became known for its freeflowing dynamic design and nature-inspired lines and presentation.
Jugendstil ultimately became the precursor for the Modern Art movement and our Jugendstil-designed amber candle holder will lend a truly modern style to your home.
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 Jugendstil glass vase produced by Jean Beck Weiner Werkstatte antique
Jugendstil glass vase produced by Jean Beck Weiner Werkstatte antique
This style of art glass vase was referred to as Jugendstil and follows similar movements such as the Weiner Werkstatte in Austria.
This Jugendstil vase is in in excellent shape with no chips or cracks.
www.glasshound.com /jeanbeck_jugendstilvase_141.html   (112 words)

 REGIONS & CULTURE: Helsinki - Empire and Jugendstil   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Many of the buildings along the northern fringe of Esplanade Park likewise date from the same period.
The two first decades of the 20th century added Jugendstil in its National Romantic form to the Helsinki cityscape.
Among the main monumental buildings completed in the 1910s are Eliel Saarinen's Railway Station and the National Museum by Herman Gesellius, Armas Lindgren and Eliel Saarinen.
www.publiscan.fi /re15e-9.htm   (553 words)

 Jugendstil - encyclopedia article about Jugendstil. Free access, no registration needed. What does Jugendstil mean? ...
For over 30 years, we have offered museum-quality Tiffany lamps and glass, Daum and Gall glass, Jugendstil and deco furniture, objects, bronzes, ceramics, Mucha, estate and antique jewelry.
Art Nouveau (French for "New art") is an art Although today the word art usually refers to the visual arts, the concept of what art is has continuously changed over centuries.
In Spain, the movement was centred in Barcelona and was known as modernisme Modernisme (not to be confused with modernism) is the Catalan variant of Jugendstil or Art Nouveau.
www.uncg.edu /gar/courses/lixl/380BLS/380Unit5/Lesson5Europe1900_files/Jugendstil.htm   (2970 words)

 Jugendstil on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
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Norway's 'Jugendstil' town.(Alesund celebrates the 150th anniversary of Art Noveau architecture)
GRAND TOURS: THE GENERATION GAME; Sibelius and Jugendstil took Adrian Mourby to Finland.
www.encyclopedia.com /html/x/x-j1ugendst.asp   (177 words)

 Amazon.com: Glas: Historismus, Jugendstil, Art Déco (Materialien zur Kunst des 19. Jahrhunderts): Books: Helga ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
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 Where can I find Art Nouveau-Jugendstil buildings?
For instance many references to Jugendstil in Germany (edition 1991) but paradoxaly not in the big "centers" like Darmstadt or Munchen.
It is not rare to find typical Art Nouveau buildings built in 1920 in these regions also these types of buildings were no more built in the original centers.
Its aim is clearly a spread of new ways of building in every country.
perso.wanadoo.fr /artnouveau/en/out-of-the-beaten-tracks.htm   (3459 words)

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