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Fan Design
Alphonse Mucha
18” x 24” - Giclee Print
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  This art print was created using a sophisticated digital printer. The Giclee printing process delivers a fine stream of archival ink on archival paper, resulting in vivid, pure color and exceptional detail that is suitable for museum or gallery display.
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My department’s auction catalogue just came in today, for our Vintage Posters sale on Feb 5th! Love the cover we picked out ;-)


Alfons Maria Mucha. In : Documents décoratifs, 1902.


Detail of a beautiful necklace made and designed by Alphonse Mucha as a wedding gift for his first wife. 
Picture taken from Alphonse Mucha life story picture book, published 1999


probably my favourite of Muchas pieces


Poster produced for college showing Art Nouveau and influences upon it

“The Seasons: Autumn” by Alphonse Mucha, 1896


“The Seasons: Autumn” (poster) by Alphonse Mucha, colour lithograph, 103 x 54 cm, 1896

Mucha Foundation: “The Seasons: Autumn” (poster), colour lithograph, 103 x 54 cm, 1896. © Mucha Foundation. Large format reproduction retrieved from Rebecca Noble.

This panel is part of a set of four from the Seasons series created in 1896:

“The Seasons” (four poster series) by Alphonse Mucha, colour lithograph, 103 x 54 cm each, 1896

From the Mucha Foundation:

This was Mucha’s first set of decorative panels and it became one of his most popular series. It was so popular that Mucha was asked by Champenois to produce at least two more sets based on the same theme in 1897 and 1900. Designs for a further two sets also exist.

The idea of personifying the seasons was nothing new - examples could be found in the works of the Old Masters’ as well as in Champenois’s other publications. However, Mucha’s nymph-like women set against the seasonal views of the countryside breathed new life into the classic theme. In the four panels shown here, Mucha captures the moods of the seasons - innocent Spring, sultry Summer, fruitful Autumn and frosty Winter, and together they represent the harmonious cycle of Nature. (Mucha Foundation: “The Seasons (series)”)

Previously: “Job” (poster) by Alphonse Mucha, 1898.


Jewelry by Alphonse Mucha for Georges Fouquet, c. 1900