This is a poster for the first Phalanx Exhibition by the artist Wassily Kandinsky. The work was created in 1901. The poster features charging soldiers in battle pointing their sheilds and spears as they race towards the enemy.
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•(1872 -1898) was an illustrator and an author. I think Beardsley's work shows a clear link between good and evil, myth fairytale, and class. As well as being influenced by the art nouveau movement he was also a leading figure in the Aesthetic movement – in which the well known play write Oscar Wilde.rite Oscar Wilde was also involved.
•William De Morgan November (1839 -1917) A tile designer and potter – was associated with William Morris another artist involved in the Art Nouveau movement. In 1872 he founded his own pottery and showroom in Chelsea, London.
•Louis Comfort Tiffany (1848-1933) was an American artist who worked in the decorative arts and is best known for his work in glass design.
•(1862 – 1914) is a well known artist, one of his paintings was recently sold for $135 million in 2006. His work is defined by swirls and interesting shapes and the colour gold.
•William Morris (1834 – 1896) was a craftsman, poet and socialist educated at Oxford. In 1861 William Morris opened the company Morris and Company which produced wallpaper, stained glass, tapestries, textiles and furniture.
•Walter Crane (1845 – 1915) was an artist and illustrator. His work featured some of the more colorful and detailed beginnings of the child-in-the-garden motifs that would characterize many nursery rhymes and children's stories for decades to come.
This poster was designed by the French Artist Pierre Bonnard. The poster uses fashionable art nouveau curves to create a light-hearted image of a woman holding a glass of frothy champagne.
•This is a poster designed by Henry van de Velde in 1899.
Tropon “the most concentrated nourishment” is advertised with curving plant forms that represent only the most abstract idea of nourishment and growth. The lettering of the poster is fully incorporated into the linear design.
Below: Art Nouveau "Harvest moon" By Charles Rennie Mackintosh.