As fresh as they were when Art Nouveau really was new

As fresh as they were when Art Nouveau really was new

French designer Maurice Pillard Verneuil (1869-1942), a student of the great artist Eugene Grasset and one of the style's greatest champions, was particularly fascinated by the decorative potential of flowers. We are presenting Verneuil's dazzling variations on bulbs, garden flowers, wildflowers, and aquatic plants for wallpapers, textiles, ceramics, stained glass, carved wood, and metalwork - all as fresh now as they were when Art Nouveau really was new.

Legal imprint

Terms & Conditions and Right of Withdrawal

For extrajudicial settlements of consumer disputes, the European Union has launched an online platform ("ODR platform"):

https://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr