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Europe's culture - collected for you.

Europeana Collections brings you material from the famous and the not-so-famous (but always fascinating) libraries, museums, galleries and archives of Europe. Books and manuscripts, photos and paintings, sculpture and sheet music, videos and sound recordings, diaries and maps - they’re all here. No need to travel the continent, either physically or virtually!

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21.3.2017

#AllezLiterature – celebrate the power of poetry

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This World Poetry Day (21 March), we are inviting you to join a month long social media salute to poetry from across Europe. From the Romantics to War poetry...

20.3.2017

Graphic Inspiration: Nature and Folk Art in Hungarian Art Nouveau

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In this week’s Art Nouveau season guest post, Júlia Katona, Head of Collection at Budapest’s  Schola Graphidis Art Collection , highlights the...

13.3.2017

Slovak painting in the era of Art Nouveau

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This week’s guest post for our Art Nouveau season comes from Lukáš Štepanovský of the Slovak National Gallery in Bratislava. Martin Benka After the...

8.3.2017

#5WomenArtists: celebrating female artists from across Europe

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Ask someone to name five artists and responses are likely to include famous European names such as Picasso, van Gogh, Monet, da Vinci — all male artists. Ask...

6.3.2017

Gerda Koepff, pioneering collector of Art Nouveau glass

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Today’s Art Nouveau season guest post from one of the world’s leading collections of glass, Düsseldorf’s Glasmuseum Hentrich . Dr. Dedo von...

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