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HERE ARE THE SAMPLES OF ART NOUVEAU DOLLHOUSE WALLPAPER

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Easy PeasyFans

from cocktail Umbrellas

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Make an Arts and CraftsTable



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Art Nouveau simply means new art. Art Nouveau was popularized and came into its own in 1900 at the Paris Exposition Universelle.Artists looked now turned to nature for there inspiration.

The Art Nouveau Movement went hand in hand with the Arts and Crafts Movement. Peole became less enchanted with mass produced furniture. Hand crafted pieces became very popular.Interior decorating celebrated nature not only with materials, but designs and patterns imitated the flowing lines found in all nature. Rattan and wicker were popluar materials for furniture. Unfinished wood was used and tree branches became table legs. Art Nouveau dollhouse furniture can be made pretty inexpensively using twigs.

Famous Artists from the Art Nouveau Movement

Alphonse Mucha - posters

Aubrey Beardsley - book illustrations

Louis Comfort Tiffany - lighting

René Lalique - glass and jewellery

William Morris - architecture and design

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