An analysis of the influence of classical literature and art in Art Nouveau arguing that, far from turning their back on the classical world, Art Nouveau artists continued to look back to it as a vital source of inspiration.
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Richard Warren is a research associate at Royal Holloway, University of London, UK. His Arts and Humanities Research Council-funded doctorate at Durham University focused on the relationship between classical history and European nationalism in nineteenth-century art. He has co-edited Graeco-Roman Antiquity and the Idea of Nationalism in the 19th Century (2016).