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jugenstilの例文

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  • The building represents the compositional and formal variations of Jugenstil, Art Nouveau or National Romanticism.
  • In 1924, the Jugenstil building was converted into a theatre Viggo Jacobsen and Albert Oppenheim.
  • He became familiar with the British Arts and Crafts movement, French Art Nouveau, Viennese Secession and German Jugenstil long before Wright did.
  • Jugenstil _ or the Central European brand of art nouveau _ is featured with several works by Hungary's most important artist of the age, Jozsef Rippl-Ronai.
  • The 230m?dining room with its original windows and rehabilitated wall coverings and light fittings is described as one of the most precious Jugenstil ( Art Nouveau ) interiors in Switzerland.
  • Philadelphia mercantilist, John Wanamaker, visited the exposition in November 1904 and purchased an entire collection of German furniture which included the giant " jugenstil " brass sculpture of an eagle that he would display in the rotunda of his Wanamaker's department store in Philadelphia.
  • Together with friend, architect-critic Sigurd Frosterus, Strengell argued against the predominant Art Nouveau style architecture in Finland at that time ( known as " Jugenstil ", and epitomized by the works of Eliel Saarinen ), instead championing a more idiosyncratic modernism, of a kind that could also be seen in the works of Townsend.
  • Some suggestions : Lundgrens Fiskredskaps, 12 Storkyrkobrinken, everything for the angler in a 19th-century shop; Maja Cronsjo, 19 Svartmangatan, hand-made linens; Jobs, 19 Stora Nygatan, silk-screened textiles and lampshades from Dalarna; Jacksons, 20 Tyska Brinken, Jugenstil, Art Nouveau and Art Deco furniture and decorative objects, and Kalika, 18 Osterlang-gatan, handmade toys and patchwork.