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Art Nouveau is a “decorative art” movement with considerable influence that was produced and developed in Europe and the United States at the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century. It is a formalist movement with extensive content and design, involving more than a dozen countries. From architecture, furniture, products, jewelry, clothing, graphic design, book illustration to sculpture and painting art, it has been affected for more than ten years. It is a very important formalist movement in the history of design.
Art Nouveau emphasizes craftsmanship. Fundamentally, Art Nouveau does not oppose industrialization; it completely abandons traditional decoration styles and creates a new natural decoration style; advocates natural styles, emphasizing that there are no straight lines and planes in nature, and the decoration highlights the expression of curves and Organic form; the decoration is influenced by the oriental style, especially the Japanese Edo period decoration style and Ukiyo-e; exploring the possibility of artistic expression brought by new materials and new technologies.
The Art Nouveau movement was essentially the continuation and spread of the British "Arts and Crafts Movement" in the European continent, and did not surpass the "Arts and Crafts Movement" in ideological theory. The Art Nouveau movement advocates that artists engage in product design to achieve the unity of technology and art.

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