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Decorative Arts and Art Nouveau

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This lesson will examine the role of decorative arts within Art Nouveau.

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Key Terms

Tiffany Glass

A style of glass designed by the Tiffany Studios characterized by uneven glass thickness, and rich colors

Favrile

An iridescent art glass originally designed by Louis Comfort Tiffany uneven glass thickness, and rich colors or use in lamps and stained glass windows.

Iridescent

Displaying multiple colors that change when viewed at different angles

Decorative Arts

The design of objects that are both beautiful and useful. Could include furniture, jewelry, and pottery, among other things.

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TERMS TO KNOW
  • Tiffany Glass

    A style of glass designed by the Tiffany Studios characterized by uneven glass thickness, and rich colors.

  • Favrile

    An iridescent art glass originally designed by Louis Comfort Tiffany for use in lamps and stained glass windows.

  • Iridescent

    Displaying multiple colors that change when viewed at different angles.

  • Decorative Arts

    The design of objects that are both beautiful and useful. Could include furniture, jewelry, and pottery, among other things.