Founded in 1999, in 2016 Century Guild has evolved from an art gallery into two branches: CENTURY GUILD CREATIVE and THE CENTURY GUILD MUSEUM OF ART. The museum is dedicated to exploring the origins of popular culture by exhibiting and publishing books on historically important Art Nouveau and Symbolist artworks. The creative arm is dedicated to supporting contemporary artists.
For more thorough information about historical artworks or additional works by our artists please contact email@example.com or 1-800-610-CENTURY. We are currently renovating our new location and are not open for public appointments.
THE CENTURY GUILD MUSEUM OF ART: THE FINEST ART OF THREE CENTURIES.
The museum is focused primarily on the presentation of Art Nouveau and Symbolist works from Germany, Austria, France and Italy 1880-1920, including the lithography of historically significant artists such as Gustav Klimt, Egon Schiele, Walter Schnackenberg, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec and Ludwig Hohlwein alongside the finest examples of Art Nouveau objects including Amphora and Massier pottery, important Symbolist Art lithographs by artists including Alphonse Mucha and Carlos Schwabe, and artifacts from the golden eras of Silent Film and Munich and Berlin Cabaret.
Examples of works previously in the Century Guild collection are on permanent display in The Art Institute of Chicago, The Detroit Institute of Art, and The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Century Guild also publishes art books of the highest quality.