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Sideboard, Emile Galle, ca. 1903, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, VA | JV

Richmond, Virginia (VA): Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: Sideboard, autumn Emile Galle, Paul Holderbach created gilded-iron mounts, August Herbst designed the marquetry panels) (hva)

EMILE GALLE (1846-1904) 'AUX LIBELLULES', A RARE VITRINE, 1900-03 carved walnut, rosewood, burr elm, ash, pearwood, atapa and other marquetry inlay, bronze, carved with dragonflies and with butterfly mounts 82 7/8 in. (210.5 cm.) high; 49 ¼ in. (125 cm.) wide; 22 in. (56 cm.) deep inlaid signature Gallé

Art Nouveau & Art Deco: Anarchitecturalodyssey

An Art Nouveau walnut and amboyna glazed cabinet, school of Nancy, circa 1905, in the Majorelle style

An Art Nouveau walnut and amboyna glazed cabinet, school of… - Cabinets - Display - Furniture - Carter's Price Guide to Antiques and Collectables

Art Nouveau Cabinet-Vitrine  Gustave Serrurier-Bovy  (Belgian, 1858–1910)

Art Nouveau cabinet-vitrine ~ Red narra wood, ash, copper, enamel and glass ~ Gustave Serrurier-Bovy ~ 1899

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Art Nouveau Staircase at Hôtel Hannon, Brussels, Belgium - design by Jules Brunfaut (Belgian, - Photo by J. Remy Combines some of my favourite things: Art Nouveau, Stairs and Belgium.