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The revolution of Art Nouveau
Born in France in the early 1890s, the Art Nouveau movement develops on the revaluation of craftsmanship. It marks a rupture that intends to break with what it considers backward-looking styles. Art Nouveau is based on the three F: Feminity, Fauna, and Flora. They serve as recurring themes for its decors expressed with curves and arabesques designs. The Provincial Alliance of Arts Industries, Or Nancy School, is created to be the spearhead of Art Nouveau in France, and the Ville Majorelle constitutes its showcase.
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