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Art Nouveau was a full-on rebellion against the mass-produced revivalist styles of the Industrial Age. At the end of the 19th century, it swept across Europe with many names—jugendstil, modernista—all marked by a new pinnacle in craftsmanship and swirling, graceful lines drawn from nature. By World War I, it was over. But it lives on in these Toulouse-Lautrec posters, chairs by Majorelle, stunning ceramic vases and much, much more.