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Art Nouveau style gown designed by the French architect, painter and sculptor, Victor Prouvé.  The dress was likely created in the year 1900 or 1901, and was put on display at the Salon de la Sociéte National des Beaux-Arts.  The piece uses beautiful details and embroidery depicting the theme of spring.  It can still be seen on display at The Musée de l’École de Nancy in Lorraine.-could you see an elf in this?????

Art Nouveau style gown designed by the French architect, painter and sculptor, Victor Prouvé. The dress was likely created in the year 1900 or and was put on display at the Salon de la Sociéte National des Beaux-Arts. The piece uses beautiful detail

Vía Mauriquices ¡Ya llegan los Carnavales! A todos los peques les gusta disfrazarse, por lo que se trata de una fecha muy especial. Si además añadimos a estos días unas cuantas manualidades de Carnaval para ir creando ambiente, seguro que se convertirá en una de sus celebraciones favoritas. Además, estas ideas DIY para Carnaval son …

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Vogue Netherlands tapped photographer Erwin Olaf to create a series of images highlighting modern art inspired by the works of Jean-Michel Basquiat, Jackson Pollack and Karel Appel. The beauty feature "Les Beaux Arts" is in the March issue.

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"Bord de Rivière au Printemps," Riverside in Spring,1901 dress designed by French architect, painter and sculptor, Victor Prouvé. It was exhibited at the Salon de la Sociéte National des Beaux-Arts. It features art nouveau embroidery with a Spring theme. It is now on display in the museum of The School of Nancy in France.

"Bord de Rivière au Printemps," Riverside in dress designed by French architect, painter and sculptor, Victor Prouvé. It features art nouveau embroidery with a Spring theme.

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Art schools are now changing. These places of theoretical and technical development are moving towards a new art form where research, testing, manufacturing process and demonstration become the work itself. …

Art schools are now changing. These places of theoretical and technical development are moving towards a new art form where research, testing, manufacturing process and demonstration become the work itself.

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