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Art Nouveau/Sezession Architecture in Arad, Transylvania

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cover Wondering where to see more Art Nouveau in Eastern Europe? Start with Prague, Hungary, Romania... Prague's Alfons Mucha lived in Paris from 1888, then in 1905 left for the US, to return to his beloved country in 1910.

One of the epitomes of the spirit of Art Nouveau was, indeed, Mucha.

Here's Alphonse Mucha: The Spirit of Art Nouveau. By Victor Arwas, Jana A. Brabcova, Jean-Marie Bruson, Anna Dvorak. Yale UP, 1998.

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More sites

Romanian Rhapsody:
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By Dominique Fernandez,
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Algora Pub, 2000.

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By Alan Ogden (Photographer).
Center for Romanian Studies, 2000.

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