True to original prints

The Hembus company is particularly proud of its collection of Art Nouveau wallpapers, which were created in cooperation with important artists of their time. We present you a selection here!

Art Nouveau wallpapers

Joseph Maria Olbrich

was an Austrian architect of the Vienna Secession and designer and from 1900 a dazzling figure in the Darmstadt artists' colony. He designed tableware, furniture, instruments and buildings such as the Darmstadt Five-Finger Tower. (1867-1908)

Karl Eyth

was an Austrian painter and graphic artist. As a professor at the Grand School of Arts and Crafts in Karlsruhe, he published, among other things, the Malerbuch. (1856-1929)

Henry Van de Velde

was a Flemish-Belgian architect and designer. He painted, embroider, designed furniture and created exhibition spaces.
(1863 - 1957)

No. 513

No. 513

Hans Christiansen

was a German artisan and painter and an original member of the Darmstadt artists' colony. He designed ceramics, jewelry, stained glass and furniture. (1866 - 1945)

Otto Eckmann

was a German painter, graphic artist and typographer of the Art Nouveau style. He was one of the main representatives of the floral Art Nouveau style. (1865-1902)

Charles Rennie Mackintosh

was a Scottish architect, interior designer, craftsman, designer, graphic artist and painter. He was one of the leading figures in the Art Nouveau movement at the end of the 19th century and gave important impulses to modern design. (1868-1928)

No. 648