VICTOR HORTA and his contemporaries
VICTOR HORTA Victor Horta (1861-1947) was more than just an exponent of the Art Nouveau style. His buildings exhibit highly original plans, many of which incorporate delightful light wells and internal winter gardens. In addition to the slides shown of his buildings in Brussels details are included of the work in the same city of some of his contemporaries. Balat's Royal Glass Houses were one of the main influences on Horta. Images 1-19
His contemporaries featured in this image set are: A. BALAT; JOSEPH HOFFMANN; P. SAINTENOY; GUSTAVE STRAUWEN; PAUL HANKAR; ARMAND VAN WAESBERGH; PAUL HAMESSE; ALBERT ROOSENBOOM; PAUL CAUCHIE Images 20-53
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