ART NOUVEAU Presented by Lect.Jaikumar ranganathan Dept of Architecture,HCE,Chennai,India
ART NOUVEAU ART NOUVEAU,1890-1914, EXPLORES A NEW STYLE IN THE VISUAL ARTS AND ARCHITECTURE THAT DEVELOPED IN EUROPE AND NORTH AMERICA AT THE END OF 19 TH CENTURY
ART NOUVEAU Characterized by detailed patterns and curving lines and the use of leaves, flowers, and vines. The ornamental and asymmetrical style was best displayed in the decorative Arts such as furniture, jewelry, and book design and Illustration. Artists of the style emphasized symbolic and erotic themes . Art Nouveau advocated the use of highly-stylized nature as the source of inspiration and expanded the "natural" repertoire to embrace seaweed, grasses, and insects. Correspondingly organic forms, curved lines, especially floral or vegetal, and the like, were used.
ART NOUVEAU Because of typical flat, decorative patterns used in all art forms, art nouveau obtained a Nickname ‘ the noodle style ’ in french “ Le style nouilles”. Art nouveau had its deepest influence on a variety of art and design movements That continued to explore integrated design, including De stijl, a Dutch design movement in 1920s and German Bauhaus school in the 1920s and 1930s Art nouveau was a mainly a response to the industrial revolution. Some artists the use of New materials and mass production while other strived to elevate the status of the decorative Arts through high quality craftsmanship despite this difference, art nouveau artists believed that all that art should work in harmony.
ART NOUVEAU <ul><li>Art nouveau architects </li></ul><ul><li>Charles rennie mackintosh </li></ul><ul><li>Antoni gaudi </li></ul><ul><li>Joseph hoffmann </li></ul><ul><li>Louis sullivan </li></ul>Antoni gaudi- casa mila, casa batllo Charles rennie mackintosh- hill house at helenburgh, scotland -glasgow school of art, at glasgow scotland
ART NOUVEAU Glasgow School of Art arts and Crafts, Art Nouveau Style urban Context temperate Climate bearing masonry Construction System college Building Type 1897 to 1909 timeline Date Glasgow, Scotland Location Charles Rennie Mackintosh Architect
ART NOUVEAU The main entry North façade overview Library interior Glasgow School of Art