ART NOUVEAU TAROT REVIEW
The publication by Italian publisher Tarot Art Nouveau is floral extravagant, lavishly decorated and ornate. It’s a very consistent Tarot that has a romantic, elegant fashion – young women and gorgeous, with men mostly having a bulging body.
Art Nouveau (‘New Art’) was an architectural style and ornamentation and also an art movement that was which was developed within Europe in the USA in the latter part of the 19th century. It was distinguished by intricate stylised designs of flowers, leaves and vines. Art Nouveau was not limited to painting, it was intended to remove the boundaries between’major’ and arts, bringing together art and focusing it on individuals, and also influenced graphics furniture, architecture, and even jewelry design.
Tarot Art Nouveau Tarot Art Nouveau was influenced and influenced from Art Nouveau. Art Nouveau movement, and its ink-colored drawings of the cards appear sophisticated as well as ornate and floral. Each scene is embellished and embellished with floral wreaths and natural, symmetrical arrangement. People are the focal point of the deck and are displayed in close-ups on nearly every card. The colors are soft and spring-like, blues, greens, pastel pinks, and yellows. They are set into the white border. The primary title, in Italian is purple. Other titles in Italian are pink.
ART NOUVEAU TAROT DETAILS
It’s an incredibly gorgeous and beautiful deck, even if it is a slightly bland. The majority of the people on the deck are all beautiful and young. Men are sometimes athletic and lively, and the ladies are pale with bare breasts, long-haired, and relaxed. Everyone is stunning and beautifully drawn that there is little difference between the various cards. The art is based on nuance in order to comprehend and communicates meaning through the facial expression and the position of the face and the human figure instead of the conventional Tarot deck.
The meanings of the major arcana arcana are similar to the standard archetypes but are much less typical and are little more than a few divinatory words. (“XVIII The Moon. It is a symbol of dreams, travel in the imagination melancholy, and a desire to the undiscovered. The XXI card represents The World. It symbolizes excellence, full-time results, success in any endeavor and reward.”)