Beautiful art nouveau in Jackson, Mississippi capitol building in this post.
On the recent road trip I had with family whilst staying in the US, we travelled through Mississippi. On a grey rainy day we visited the state Capitol in Jackson and were dazzled by the decor. Built in the early 1900s, the building has many Art Nouveau features, which I gleefully turned my camera towards, quietly drooling and forgetting to listen to many of the historical facts given by the guide. Here’s a selection of what caught my eye:
The big “M” set in the floor and made of small tiles made a strong statement for the seat of power in Mississippi.
The interior of the golden lift. Trump eat your heart out – you’re not the only one with a golden lift, and this one is really classy.
Ceiling in debating chamber, with many electric light bulbs. The Capitol building was a pioneer in having electricity.
So many Art…
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I’m a big fan of Art Nouveau and often visit museums of AN whenever in a city like Glasgow, Prague, Budapest, take lots of photos then blog about them. But somehow I miss the occasional feature of buildings, windows, a piece of furniture in a cafe …… Stupid really!