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Wiener Werkstätte

Original Set Fledermaus/ Coffee Table and 2 Chairs

Original Set Fledermaus/ Coffee Table and 2 Chairs

€ 4,550
Candlestick Klimt Adele Bloch-Bauer

Candlestick Klimt Adele Bloch-Bauer

€ 19.95
Tapestry Klimt Silhouettes

Tapestry Klimt Silhouettes

€ 449
Table Lamp Wiener Werkstätte

Table Lamp Wiener Werkstätte

€ 365
Cushion Flower Clusters

Cushion Flower Clusters

€ 79
Hanging Lamp Hoffmann WW

Hanging Lamp Hoffmann WW

€ 1,750
Paper Craft Book Art Deco Fashion & Style

Paper Craft Book Art Deco Fashion & Style

€ 31
Etui Hoffman

Etui Hoffman

€ 17.50
Black Tea Set

Black Tea Set

€ 249
Handbag Nathalie | Heartleaf

Handbag Nathalie | Heartleaf

€ 139
Wall Lamp Quadrate
6 variations

Wall Lamp Quadrate

€ 415
Sculpture Modest

Sculpture Modest

€ 45
Wallpaper Geo Links
4 variations

Wallpaper Geo Links

€ 105
Picture Frame The Kiss

Picture Frame The Kiss

€ 29.95
Round Rug Geometric

Round Rug Geometric

€ 2,800
Standing Coat Rack Daphne
2 variations

Standing Coat Rack Daphne

€ 485
Clip-on Earrings Complex | J. Hoffmann

Clip-on Earrings Complex | J. Hoffmann

€ 99
Vase Veins

Vase Veins

€ 35
Tiffany Floor Lamp Mondriaan

Tiffany Floor Lamp Mondriaan

€ 304

Wiener Werkstätte

 

The Wiener Werkstätte or Wiener Secession was a group of artists who operated in Vienna between 1897 and 1914. The artists were inspired by the Arts and Crafts movement and strove to create a new language of shapes; a geometrical form of Art Nouveau. Some famous members include Gustav Klimt, Joseph Hoffmann, Otto Wagner, Egon Schiele and Koloman Moser.

The Wiener Secession was founded in 1897 and it is also the name of the local variety of Jugendstil. Wiener Werkstätte, an ideological community focused on the applied arts, came forth from the Wiener Secession. Just like the Arts and Crafts movement, the Wiener Werkstätte used traditional crafts to produce its art. They created their items by hand for a selective market because the unique objects were not affordable for everyone due to the exclusive materials and manual labour. Jewellery, fabric, ceramic, clothing and furniture were made by hand by the members according to the artistic guidelines of Jugendstil: elegant yet functional, often with geometrical lines. It culminated in the Gesamtkunstwerk, where artists with different background worked together to create one big piece of art, for example a Jugendstil house with an entire interior in the same style.

The designs of the Wiener Werkstätte were leading until well into the 1930s. Today the legacy of the group of artists is of great value within the art world. At Art Deco Web Store, the influence of the Austrian Jugendstil movement can also clearly be seen in various exclusive products. Multiple original designs of the Wiener Werkstätte are available at Art Deco Web Store. These products have been made of exclusive materials to follow in the footsteps of the Wiener Werkstätte.

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