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Daum Sunset Vase

A Daum Cameo Glass Vase of Sailboats at Sunset, c1910
By Daum
Located in Tunbridge Wells, GB
A Daum Cameo Glass Vase of Sailboats at Sunset, c1910
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20th Century French Art Nouveau Vases

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Glass

“Bat Vase” Art Nouveau Cameo Glass Vase by Daum Frères, circa 1900
By Daum
Located in London, GB
cut and decorated with bats against a red and yellow sunset sky landscape background. Signed Daum
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Early 20th Century French Art Nouveau Vases

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Ceramic

Art Deco Verreries D'Art Lorrain for Daum Glass Vase Fully Signed France
By Daum
Located in Munich, DE
This wonderful glass vase in the hues of a sunset over the sea is signed Lorrain in script.
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Vintage 1910s French Art Nouveau Vases

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Glass

Daum Nancy France vase, circa 1900
By Daum
Located in Pymble, NSW
Rose hips and leaves feature on this rare cameo art glass vase by the renowned French glass making
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Antique Early 1900s French Art Nouveau Glass

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Glass

Daum Nancy Cameo Glass Bowl France, circa 1900
By Daum
Located in Pymble, NSW
of Daum, Nancy. The graceful vessel features a wavy-edged rim and orange/red leaves and berries
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Antique Early 1900s French Art Nouveau Glass

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Glass

Daum Nancy Cameo Glass Bowl, France, circa 1900
By Daum
Located in Pymble, NSW
firm of Daum, Nancy. The graceful vessel features a wavy-edged rim and delicate, wistful flowers
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Antique Early 1900s French Art Nouveau Glass

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Glass

Muller Freres Luneville Cameo Landscape vase 1900
By Muller Fres Lunneville
Located in Dallas, TX
A sumptuous art nouveau French cameo lake landscape acid etched cameo vase with applied handles
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Antique Early 1900s French Art Nouveau Vases

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Art Glass

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Artistic glass enamel Daum Nancy glass
By Daum
Located in Buenos Aires, Argentina
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By Emile Gallé
Located in Dallas, TX
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“Fuchsia Vase” Art Nouveau Cameo Glass Vase by Emile Gallé
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Daum Nancy and Majorelle Art Deco Suspension
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Located in NANTES, FR
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Daum Nancy Art Nouveau Cameo Vase Glass with Sweat Pea Decor, France, Ca 1910
By Daum
Located in Vienna, AT
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Daum Nancy "Avoine et abeilles" Vase
By Daum
Located in New York, NY
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By Daum
Located in Dallas, TX
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Monumental 26 Inch Daum Nancy Cameo Acid Etched Red Landscape Vase, 1900
By Daum
Located in Dallas, TX
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By Daum
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of Daum, Nancy. The graceful vessel features a wavy-edged rim and delicate, wistful flowers residing
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Leune Daum Freres Glass Vase with Enamel Decoration of a Landscape
By Société Anonyme des Etablissements Leune, Daum
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Art Nouveau Table Lamp signed Quezal
By Quezal
Located in NANTES, FR
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By Daum
Located in London, GB
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A Close Look at art-nouveau Furniture

In its sinuous lines and flamboyant curves inspired by the natural world, antique Art Nouveau furniture reflects a desire for freedom from the stuffy social and artistic strictures of the Victorian era. The Art Nouveau movement developed in the decorative arts in France and Britain in the early 1880s and quickly became a dominant aesthetic style in Western Europe and the United States.

ORIGINS OF ART NOUVEAU FURNITURE DESIGN

CHARACTERISTICS OF ART NOUVEAU FURNITURE DESIGN

  • Sinuous, organic and flowing lines
  • Forms that mimic flowers and plant life
  • Decorative inlays and ornate carvings of natural-world motifs such as insects and animals 
  • Use of hardwoods such as oak, mahogany and rosewood

ART NOUVEAU FURNITURE DESIGNERS TO KNOW

ANTIQUE ART NOUVEAU FURNITURE ON 1STDIBS

Art Nouveau — which spanned furniture, architecture, jewelry and graphic design — can be easily identified by its lush, flowing forms suggested by flowers and plants, as well as the lissome tendrils of sea life. Although Art Deco and Art Nouveau were both in the forefront of turn-of-the-20th-century design, they are very different styles — Art Deco is marked by bold, geometric shapes while Art Nouveau incorporates dreamlike, floral motifs. The latter’s signature motif is the "whiplash" curve — a deep, narrow, dynamic parabola that appears as an element in everything from chair arms to cabinetry and mirror frames.

The visual vocabulary of Art Nouveau was particularly influenced by the soft colors and abstract images of nature seen in Japanese art prints, which arrived in large numbers in the West after open trade was forced upon Japan in the 1860s. Impressionist artists were moved by the artistic tradition of Japanese woodblock printmaking, and Japonisme — a term used to describe the appetite for Japanese art and culture in Europe at the time — greatly informed Art Nouveau. 

The Art Nouveau style quickly reached a wide audience in Europe via advertising posters, book covers, illustrations and other work by such artists as Aubrey Beardsley, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec and Alphonse Mucha. While all Art Nouveau designs share common formal elements, different countries and regions produced their own variants.

In Scotland, the architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh developed a singular, restrained look based on scale rather than ornament; a style best known from his narrow chairs with exceedingly tall backs, designed for Glasgow tea rooms. Meanwhile in France, Hector Guimard — whose iconic 1896 entry arches for the Paris Metro are still in use — and Louis Majorelle produced chairs, desks, bed frames and cabinets with sweeping lines and rich veneers. 

The Art Nouveau movement was known as Jugendstil ("Youth Style") in Germany, and in Austria the designers of the Vienna Secession group — notably Koloman Moser, Josef Hoffmann and Joseph Maria Olbrich — produced a relatively austere iteration of the Art Nouveau style, which mixed curving and geometric elements.

Art Nouveau revitalized all of the applied arts. Ceramists such as Ernest Chaplet and Edmond Lachenal created new forms covered in novel and rediscovered glazes that produced thick, foam-like finishes. Bold vases, bowls and lighting designs in acid-etched and marquetry cameo glass by Émile Gallé and the Daum Freres appeared in France, while in New York the glass workshop-cum-laboratory of Louis Comfort Tiffany — the core of what eventually became a multimedia decorative-arts manufactory called Tiffany Studios — brought out buoyant pieces in opalescent favrile glass. 

Jewelry design was revolutionized, as settings, for the first time, were emphasized as much as, or more than, gemstones. A favorite Art Nouveau jewelry motif was insects (think of Tiffany, in his famed Dragonflies glass lampshade).

Like a mayfly, Art Nouveau was short-lived. The sensuous, languorous style fell out of favor early in the 20th century, deemed perhaps too light and insubstantial for European tastes in the aftermath of World War I. But as the designs on 1stDibs demonstrate, Art Nouveau retains its power to fascinate and seduce.

There are ways to tastefully integrate a touch of Art Nouveau into even the most modern interior — browse an extraordinary collection of original antique Art Nouveau furniture on 1stDibs, which includes decorative objects, seating, tables, garden elements and more.