Art Nouveau was popular throughout europe during the period of 1890-1910 the movement had a global influence. "Art Nouveau" meaning "new art" in french was marketed as a modern style and a prolific impact throughout the all the creative professions architecture, interior design, furniture, jewellery, textiles, and the visual arts.
all adopted the Art Nouveau and local variants also developed.
The philosophy behind Art Nouveau was that art should be a way of life. Artists were inspired by natural forms and structures they combine both the fine arts and applied arts. Architects of the period didn’t simply use curved lines in their designs they went further by harmonizing the building with the surrounding natural environment. Art Nouveau was replaced by 20th-century Modernism. The Art Nouveau style is known as the transition between the Neo Classicism and Modernism.
1860–1939 Czech artist Alphonse Mucha based in Paris produced lithographed posters which had a strong influence on the style.
1867 – 1942 In Hector Guimard famous for his decorative architectural decorative work
1868-1928 Charles Rennie Mackintosh Architecture, interior design and furniture
1860-1912 Raoul Larche was a French Art Nouveau sculptor based in Paris
Perceptive Graphic Designer thinking out of the box for discerning clients.