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L'Art moderne was a Belgian arts journal founded by Edmond Picard, together with Victor Arnould and Eugène Robert in March 1881. The journal was proponent of social realism and coined the term art nouveau in 1884 as a reaction to academic art tendencies in the decorative arts. Picard was joined by Camille Lemonnier, Émile Verhaeren and Georges Rodenbach. The board of editors would meet in Brussels, in the Hôtel de la Toison d'Or where Camille Lemonnier would meet Constantin Meunier, who was to become the illustrator of his works.

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