Jugendstil


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see art nouveauart nouveau
, decorative-art movement centered in Western Europe. It began in the 1880s as a reaction against the historical emphasis of mid-19th-century art, but did not survive World War I.
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Jugendstil

A term meaning “youth style.” The German version of Art Nouveau; after the journal Die Jugend that publicized the style; it was associated with the Sezession movement in Vienna, Munich, and Dresden; chief proponents were Endell, Hoffman, Olbrich, and Wagner.

Jugendstil

 

a term used in art studies in reference to the German branch of art nouveau. It was derived from the name of the Munich-based journal Jugend (1896), which popularized the style.

Jugendstil

“Youth style”; the German version of Art Nouveau.
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Influences from the Art Nouveau and Jugendstil movements can be seen in bespoke design accents throughout the hotel: from the intricate installation of over 600 handmade brass leaves - inspired by the organic forms of a Secessionist brooch, in the reception and an elaborate handcrafted rug that was developed from a remnant fabric with Art Nouveau design, to nickel-glass wall fittings, embellished wool drapes and embossed white leather panels influenced by Wagner's contemporaries.
In England, the somewhat more conservative design revolution was called Arts and Crafts and in Germany it was called Jugendstil, Lady Mary George in Abbey which moves into named after the magazine Jugend.
But Marshall confronted this trajectory of modernist abstraction, which was largely characterized as a search for transcendental experience--from the white walls of Jugendstil to the unmitigated flatness of Color Field painting--with another historical narrative, one grounded in a set of specific social realities and cultural references.
John Dexter's fine, straightforward production of Berg's Lulu, with Jocelyn Herberts handsome Jugendstil designs, has made several welcome returns to the Met since its first appearance there in 1977.
Which style of art, which flourished from 1890 to 1910, was known as Jugendstil in Germany and Stile Liberty in Italy?
The plated cream jug and sugar set pictured here dates to the early years of the 20th century, when under the directorship of Albert Mayer, WMF was influenced by Art Nouveau - known in Germany as Jugendstil.
Cottbus, a banal industrial city near the Polish border, is worth a fast hour's drive on the autobahn from Berlin for its quirky Jugendstil theatre, and as an incentive to continue on to Wroclaw (the former Breslau), a repository of classic modern buildings.
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In a prefiguration of Jugendstil," says Walter Benjamin of this project, "Baudelaire sketches 'a room that is like a dream, a truly spiritual room.
Now worlds away from Vogeler's Jugendstil, Rilke composed his own, unillustrated cycle, and Vogeler was consoled (we trust) with Rilke's dedication, "thankfully, for old and new incentive to the verses.
Vienna Jugendstil, had kept everything spare without any of the ornate decorations typical of the cafes of his time.