Jugendstil


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Jugendstil:

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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Instead of continuing to produce this good quality domestic ware, the lines had been shelved by about 1902 and WMF became followers of the Jugendstil and not innovators.
Richter's authoritative engagement with Schmithals's paintings places the artist right at the interface of Jugendstil and abstraction, forcing readers to rethink well-established art-historical narratives regarding the trajectories of (German) abstraction.
La recopilacion y el registro para salvaguardar una parte del patrimonio inmaterial de la ciudad de Valencia, Espana, ha consistido en estudiar, identificar y reconocer toda la vertiente cultural en torno a la arquitectura modernista de la ciudad, comparandola con el movimiento de la Sezession en Viena (Figura 1), cuyo estudio ha quedado recogido en la tesis doctoral de Maria Mestre Marti (2007) titulada La arquitectura del modernismo valenciano en relacion con el Jugendstil vienes.
The action, which should take place outside Ariadne's cave in the Island of Naxos is set in this production in a well-known Jugendstil restaurant in Zurich.
Four influences on Rilke are singled out: Jugendstil art, Jens Peter Jacobsen, Maurice Maeterlinck, and Nietzsche.
Mitteleuropa developed its own version of the Art Nouveau style of the time, which was known as Jugendstil and which was especially imaginative, lush, and ornate.
At Edinburgh, he staged an memorable 1983 celebration of turn-of-century Vienna that focused on connections between the Scottish architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh and leaders of the Jugendstil movement, incorporating music, drama and literature.
Built in 1901, this "people's spa" is known as one of the most beautiful public baths in Europe with its elegant Jugendstil "young style" curves (German art nouveau).
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.
The exhibit continues into the 19th century with German Romantic painting and even a fascinating look at pieces from the Jugendstil, the German expression of a movement better known to most of us as Art Nouveau.
But Riga has more besides--not only the Brick Gothic churches and the glories of Jugendstil, but the seaside.
As far as the compositions by the association members themselves are concerned, a characteristic feature is dependence on the sound world of Morton Feldman and, as one of the Brno audience aptly commented, a rather "Jugendstil Taste".