Murals at the Grand Hotel Villa Igiea in Palermo, Italy. Murals by painter Ettore De Maria Bergler (1850-1938) with the architectural restoration by Italian architect Ernesto Basile (1857-1932). Original furniture by Vittorio Ducrot. Around 1899-1900.
Casa Bellia, Via Argentero 4, by Pietro Fenoglio, Turin, Italy. 1907.
“In this alley, next to the square of Nizza, lies a small masterpiece. A beautiful wrought iron gate illustrates two pomegranate trees, full of leaves and fruit, in a frame like the tail of a peacock. Again, this is the hand of Pietro Fenoglio, who designed the building in 1907.”
Photo by Roberta Rigazzi. From here. Original text from here.
Forgive me if the translation is not 100% fully correct ;)
In Turin, there are some really great Art Nouveau-style buildings, most of them built between 1902-1908. In Italy this flowing and feminine style is called Stile Liberty and you’ll find them all over the city, in particular at the start of Corso Francia and in the Crocetta area.