Alphonse Mucha

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Frances Lincoln, 2005 - Art - 159 pages
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Generally agreed to be one of the most important contributors to Art Nouveau,he Czech artist Alphonse Mucha was trained, celebrated and lived most of hisife in Paris. His unforgettably iconic images of Sarah Bernhardt and othersmbody the spirit of the fin de siecle. But underneath his successful careers an artist and poster designer lay a passionate Slav nationalist whose mostmportant and long neglected works are still being painstakingly restored andxhibited in the Czech republic. This book is the first comprehensiveverview of his life and work and is published in association with the Muchauseum in Prague.

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User Review  - Alicia Duff - Goodreads

I often take this book out as a source of inspiration. I'm a huge fan of art nouveau, this book has been a fantastic source for me to refer to during many art projects. There's a wealth of detailed information inside, as well as gorgeous illustrations! Read full review

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User Review  - Marjan - Goodreads

Simply the most beautiful book on Alphones Mucha I ever came across. The texts are halfway readable (the useless descriptions of posters say nothing you can't see for yourself), but the way everything ... Read full review

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MAlTRE DE LAFFlCME
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DESlGNS FOR LA BELLE EPOQUE page
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