Art Nouveau Pubs

Art Nouveau is a style of architecture and decorative arts that was most popular between 1890 and 1910, about the same time as the "Golden Age of Pub Building".  The Art Nouveau in pubs of this period is expressed in ornamental decoration both outside and inside with styles inspired by flowers and plants and featuring curves and curls. It was applied to stonework, metalwork, windows, mirrors and ceramics.

West Yorkshire
Imposing Victorian pub with unspoilt interior

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Greater London
Spectacular Victorian interior

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West Midlands
Extravagant Victorian gin palace

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Lancashire
Ornate corner local

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Lancashire
Town centre beer specialist

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New Town, Edinburgh
Spectacular Edinburgh institution

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West Yorkshire
Stunning Victorian pub

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Merseyside
Showpiece pub next to the station

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South Yorkshire
Unspoilt Edwardian pub

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Greater London
Ornate Victorian pub on Oxford Street

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Greater London
Stunning tiled art nouveau frontage

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West Yorkshire
Spectactular Edwardian gin palace

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