Art Nouveau is a style of design that was at its most popular from 1895 to 1905. Famous designers, including Rene Lalique and Emile Galle, produced furniture, glass, silver, metalwork, and buildings in the new style. Ladies with long flowing hair and elongated bodies were among the more easily recognized design elements. Art Nouveau designs also include flowers and insects. Copies of this style are being made today. Additional Art Nouveau pieces may be found in Furniture or in various glass and porcelain categories. For more information, explore the categories in our identification guides for Art Nouveau furniture and jewelry, American art pottery, advertising, metal, and glass.