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No trouble at all Libby!! My explanation was short but wanted to expand a bit more for you. :)))
Wow, great info!!! It surely does help! Thanks, appreciate you going to the trouble! ;-)))
Hi Libby, The simple quick definitions: Art Deco is geometric ....... Art Nouveau (which I love too) is softer and flowery........................''Art Nouveau'' was popular from the late 19th and early 20th centuries, characterized particularly by the depiction of leaves and flowers in flowing, sinuous lines........................''Art Deco'' was popular in the 1920s and reached it's height in the mid-1930s; marked by stylized forms and geometric designs. Hope this helps you!!! :)))
Woo Hoo....more to come! Thanks ;-)Question you may know the answer to...what is the difference (if any) between "Art Deco" and "Art Nouveau" they look the same to me!
I think it was a great era for fashion & just the style of everything during it!!! I'm really glad you are enjoying it so much. I think there are a couple more in that folder yet to come Sue!! :))))
I'm so enjoying all the Art Deco, thanks Joyce...Sue
Glad you enjoyed it Lela!!! :))))))))
Good one....thanks cakes!.....