At the end of the 19th century (this period has a separate name and meaning in French “fin de siecle”), several trends in the visual arts appeared, such as symbolism, decadence, secession or art nouveau or Jugendstil and modernism. Unlike the general concept of modernism, this trend at the end of the century has a limited territorial character and is more precisely known as “Catalan (Catalan) modernism”. Its greatest representative and one of the greatest artists in this style is Antonio Gaudi (1852-1926), other famous names are Luis Dominek and Montaner (1850-1923) and Josep Puig and Catafalch (1867-1956). The style is characterized by extreme individualism, isolation of intellectuals from bourgeois values and, as a result, elitism dominates. The style is dominated by curved surfaces and lines, rich decoration and details, organic motifs, dynamic shapes are used, asymmetry dominates and refined aesthetics is achieved. The style is influenced by neo-Gothic tendencies, especially in Gaudi’s works.