Radically traditionally modern : the rise of Art Nouveau
January 25 – February 22, 2021

The Industrial Revolution replaced human labor with machines and up-ended society, spurring a reactionary counter-movement known as Art Nouveau. Grounded in the tradition of nature and exalting the individual, the movement created a radically new traditionally modern moment.

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WORKS IN THIS SHOW:

English Arts and Crafts Settee Textile design CFA Voysey,William Morris influence circa 1900English Arts and Crafts Settee Textile design CFA Voysey,William Morris influence circa 1900
Robert Van Sewell [1860-1924] American Art Nouveau Illustrator Sapientia, c.1890 Oil on canvas 43 x 21 inches
[unattributed] American school : Orientalist figures in a doorway, ca.1900.[unattributed] American school : Orientalist figures in a doorway, ca.1900.
Austrian Art Nouveau pottery lamp Women and grapes, ca.1890.Austrian Art Nouveau Pottery lamp "Women and Grapes" ca.1890
John Robert Parsons [1825-1909] Irish photographer and artist : Miss Jane Morris, ca.1865.John R Parsons [1825-1909] Irish photographer and artist " Miss Jane Morris' circa 1865
[unattributed] American painting : Two dancers, 1936.
Alexandre Falguiere [1831-1900] French sculptor : La Femme au paon [Juno and the peacock], ca.1890.Alexandre Falguiere [1831-1900] French sculptor : La Femme au paon [Juno and the peacock], ca.1890.
[unattributed] Art Nouveau sculpture : Female bust, 1880.[unattributed] Art Nouveau sculpture : Female bust, 1880.