Art Nouveau Architecture
Gallery Three

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Oblique front view of a Secessionist influenced home. The Secessionists were the Austrian version of Art Nouveau. View of an entrance to the J. B. E. Corbin house, now a musuem dedicated to Art Nouveau artists and their works. An Art Nouveau style garden folly outside the J. B. E. Corbin house, now part of the School of Nancy Museum. Front elevation of a Secessionist influenced home. Mackintosh's Art Nouveau influence is also evident here.
John Hudson Thomas
W. L. Locke House
1911. Oakland, CA
John Hudson Thomas
Pratt - Thomas House
1911. Berkeley, CA
Front elevation of a Secessionist influenced home. Oblique side view of a Secessionist influenced home.
? Architect, School
of Nancy Museum
1870. Nancy, Fr.
L. Weissenburger,
Aquarium, ca.
1904. Nancy, Fr.
An Art Nouveau style garden folly, probably designed as a funerary building, outside the J. B. E. Corbin house. The house and garden now make up the School of Nancy Museum. Detail of chimney and splayed walls.
John Hudson Thomas
W. L. Locke House
1911. Oakland, CA
John Hudson Thomas
Pratt - Thomas House
1911. Berkeley, CA
Courtyard view of Eliel Saarinen's house and studio, built 1901-04 near Luoma, Finland. Offsite architectural resources
Arts and Crafts
Galleries (with some
Art Nouveau overlap)
? Architect,
Pavilion, ca. 1901
Nancy, France
John H. Thomas
Pratt-Thomas Hse.
1911. Berkeley, CA
Way Cool
Architectural
Links Too!

"We all agreed, all us young architects, that our so-called modern architecture was too old and icy and flat. Frank Lloyd Wright used to call it flat-chested, no breasts, because it was all sheer and smooth with glass up to the top, and the top just cut off, and it didn't seem human."

- Philip Johnson, as quoted in a McNeal/Lehrer Newshour transcript from July 9, 1996.


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