The Women of Art Nouveau: Five Female Painters You Should Know

Farm in the Snow by Julie de Graag
Source: Female Artists in History

The Art Nouveau style emerged in the late nineteenth century; it was primarily a decorative art movement, expressed in household items like dishes and lamps as well as in graphic art. Art Nouveau is typically characterized by a sense of movement, rounded, asymmetrical lines, and nature motifs, such as flowers and leaves.