Fernand Khnopff ~ I Lock My Door…
I lock my door upon myself by Fernand Khnopff, 1891
Franz Von Stuck ~ Water And Fire
Franz van stuck (February 24, 1863 - August 30, 1928) was a German symbolist/Art Nouveau painter, sculptor, engraver, and architect.
This painting is part of a tryptich Air, water and Fire. This part is called Water and Fire, 1913.
Edward Burne-jones ~ The Depths Of The Sea
The Depths of the Sea (1887) by Sir Edward Burne-Jones
Two weighless figures are buoyed up by the water surrounding them in this unusual underwaterview. Pre-Raphaelite painters such as Burne-Jones were fascinated with drowning; this preoccupution, part of a general preference for morbid subjects, was also popular with Art Nouveau.
Gustav Moreau ~ The World
No one could have less faith in the absolute and definitive importance of the work created by man, because I believe that this world is nothing but a dream. Gustav Moreau
The Sphinx, 1886
Wilhelm List ~ Daylight And Twilight
Daylight and twilight by Wilhelm List (1900)
Walter Krane ~ Jugendstil
Walter Krane, A floral fantasy in an old English garden
Mucha ~ Zodiac
Zodiac, color litho by Alphons Maria Mucha, 1896
The Mucha Trust
James Vaszary ~ The Golden Age
The Golden Age
James Vaszary, 1897-98
Magyar Nemzetri Galeria
Budapest, Hungary
Photo@Cadman 2007
Art Nouveau ~ Walter Crane
Swan, Rush and Iris Wallpaper
Wall paper design by Walter Crane, 1875
Victoria and Albert Museum, London, UK