German term for art nouveau.
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- His early prints reflect the mannered linearism of Jugendstil, the German version of Art Nouveau.
- In Germany it was called Jugendstil, in Italy Stile Liberty, in Austria Sezession and in Spain Modernista or Modernismo.
- The room's design and the products displayed were examples of Jugendstil, the turn-of-the-century movement that created a modern style of applied art.
German, from Jugend 'youth' + Stil 'style'.
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