The Art nouveau artist Georges Fouquet’s enamel and pearl jewel (1908) and Mary Katrantzou dress (Art nouveau inspired print). “The word enamel comes from the Old High German word smelzan, which means to smelt. In jewelry, enamel is a decorate … Continue reading →
Alexandre De Riquer illustration (1899) and Lalique enamel and glass brooch (1910).
Art Nouveau (or Art nouille) is an artistic movement of late 19th century and early 20th century, characterized by sinuous lines and designs inspired by the nature (flowers, trees…). Alphonse Mucha, Elizabeth Sonrel and Gaspar Camps are renowned Art Nouveau illustrators.