Stile Liberty

Stile Liberty

The Italian version of Art Nouveau, so named after the firm of Liberty and Co. in London.
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In Austria, it was called Sezessionstil; in Italy Stile Floreale, or Stile Liberty and in Spain.
Which style of art, which flourished from 1890 to 1910, was known as Jugendstil in Germany and Stile Liberty in Italy?
Opening their exhibition with rarely seen examples of Stile Liberty (the Italian spin on Art Nouveau) placed among rural landscapes, executed in a Divisionist style--such as Angelo Morbelli's In risaia (The Rice Field), 1901, depicting women harvesting rice--the curators pursue the argument that Italy's twentieth-century investment in design was a compensatory move for what designer and theorist Andrea Branzi has called that nation's "imperfect" and "incomplete" modernity.
The fifth chapter concerns the stile Liberty. Encouraged by the International Exhibition of Decorative Art in Turin in 1902, the style infused both the homes and the funerary monuments of the rich middle classes.