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This Art Nouveau Interior design has many organic shaped cures in most of the surfaces I can see, which makes it appear very decadent and lavish.

HOUSE OF PAQUIN WOOL/ SILK AFTERNOON SUIT 1906-08 IMAGE SOURCE: METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART COLLECTIONS

London Underground Brand Logo Designed (1915) by Edward Johnston

Afternoon Dress: ca. 1908-1910, French (probably), cotton, silk. "Irish crochet lace was very popular in the Belle Époque not only for trim but also for full garments such as this one. Its three-dimensionality gives a particularly interesting textural effect. This example employs not only three-dimensional floral motifs but actual pendant flowers that move with the wearer."

Olga Rozanova ~ Color Painting (Non-Objective Composition), 1917

This dress highlights Paquin's technique to create interesting light and textural effects. Four kinds of decorative materials- box-pleated ruching, silk-wound beads, point d'esprit and patterned net lace - each with its own reflective textural quality, are combined on the bodice towards this end

Frederick Hurten Rhead, peacock tile panel, C1910.

1910 evening gown

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