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Art Nouveau Tulip School, Győr Architect: Lechner Jenő, cousin of most important Hungarian architect of Secession, Lechner Ödön. It was built in Ceramics by Zsolnay (Pécs) A nice example of Hungarian Secession, using stylized Hungarian folk motifs. Grand Entrance, Entrance Doors, Doorway, Old Doors, Windows And Doors, Knobs And Knockers, Art Nouveau Architecture, Unique Doors, Architectural Elements

Art Nouveau Tulip School, Győr

Architect: Lechner Jenő, cousin of most important Hungarian architect of Secession, Lechner Ödön. It was built in 1911. Ceramics by Zsolnay (Pécs) en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zsolnay A nice example of Hungarian Secession, using stylized Hungarian folk motifs. Szecessziós Tulipános Általános Iskola, Győr Az iskola története Fekete Istvánné tanítónő írása nyomán, kiegészítve: 1905. január 1-jén Révfalu községet törvénnyel egyesítették Győrrel, ekkor lett Győr V. kerülete. A városrész…

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More Art Nouveau in Hungary. City Hall, Kecskemet, Hungary (1893). Ödön Lechner (Pest, August 27, 1845 – Budapest, June 10, 1914) was a Hungarian architect, nicknamed the "Hungarian Gaudí".

Art Nouveau Tulip School detaile, Architect: Lechner Jenő, cousin of most important Hungarian architect of Secession, Lechner Ödön. It was built in 1911. Ceramics by Zsolnay (Pécs). A nice example of Hungarian Secession, using stylized Hungarian folk motifs. Győr, Hungary Contemporary Decorative Art, Art Nouveau Illustration, Victorian Life, Hungarian Embroidery, Spring Bulbs, Garden Items, Naive Art, Embroidery Patterns, Folk Embroidery

Art Nouveau Tulip School, Győr

View details in my comments below. Architect: Lechner Jenő, cousin of most important Hungarian architect of Secession, Lechner Ödön. It was built in 1911. Ceramics by Zsolnay (Pécs) en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zsolnay A nice example of Hungarian Secession, using stylized Hungarian folk motifs. Szecessziós Tulipános Általános Iskola, Győr Az iskola története Fekete Istvánné tanítónő írása nyomán, kiegészítve: 1905. január 1-jén Révfalu községet törvénnyel egyesítették Győrrel, ekkor…

The Finest Examples of Art Nouveau Architecture in Central Europe Places Around The World, Travel Around The World, Examples Of Art, Colourful Buildings, Art Nouveau Architecture, Central Europe, Built Environment, Romantic Getaway, Gaudi

The Finest Examples of Art Nouveau Architecture in Central Europe

Art Nouveau means "New Art" in French, but it's also known as Jugendstil, Secession, Modernisme and Stile Liberty. This popular style of the late 19th and early 20th century gave us some of the world's fanciest and most colorful buildings — especially in Central Europe. Here's an incredible gallery of them.

Ödön Lechner (Pest, August 1845 – Budapest, June was a Hungarian architect, nicknamed the "Hungarian Gaudí". Budapest, Victorian Life, Art Nouveau Architecture, Fauvism, Gaudi, Impressionism, Art Decor, August 27, Belle Epoque

Ödön Lechner (Pest, August 27, 1845 – Budapest, June 10, 1914) was a Hungarian architect, nicknamed the "Hungarian Gaudí".

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