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Self portrait with pallet
Self portrait with pallet
Self portrait with pallet
Alfons Mucha, Maria; Czech painter and illustrator; Ivancice, Moravia, 24.7.1860 – Prague 14.7.1939.
“Self portrait with pallet”, around 1907.
Oil on canvas, 44...
The Morning Star
Cherry Blossom
Bières de la Meuse
F.Champenois
Laurel
Self-portrait
Salome
Waverley Cycles
Amethyst
With Your own Strength
Sarah Bernhardt (La Princesse Lointaine)
English Illustrated Magazine
Fruits
Ruby
Zodiac
JOB
Monaco – Monte Carlo
Moonshine
Moët & Chandon / Grand Crémant Impérial
Emerald
The Rose
Eclat du Jour
Sarah Bernhardt as Lorenzaccio
Russia restituenda
The Four Seasons
Music
Painting
Poetry
Der Tanz
Dance
Music
Primrose
Flowers
Feather
Summer
Paar mit Licht
Bénédictine
Lygie – Reproduction des oeuvres déco– ratives de Mucha
Studie zu ‘Zodiaque'
Slovanska Epopej
Eveil du Matin
Entwurf für einen Fächer mit Durchbruch der Sonne, Lilien und Iris
Reverie du Soir
Lygie – Reproduction des oeuvres déco– ratives de Mucha
Heather
Salon des Cent
Carline Thistle
Oesterreich auf der Weltausstellung Paris 1900
Lygie
Nach der Schlacht auf dem Berge Vítkov
Chocolat Masson
Chocolat Masson
The Apostles of the Prussians
Crying Girl
Holy Mount Athos
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July 2019 - 80 Years since the Death of Alfons Mucha
July 2019: 80 Years since the Death of Alphonse Mucha.

July 2020 - 160 years since his birth of Alphonse Mucha.

Alfons Maria Mucha, 24 July 1860 – 14 July 1939, known as Alphonse Mucha, Czech Art Nouveau painter and decorative artist.

Mucha spent many years working on what he considered his life's fine art masterpiece, The Slav Epic (Slovanská epopej), a series of twenty huge paintings depicting the history of the Czech and the Slavic people in general, bestowed to the city of Prague in 1928.

Although Mucha's Art Nouveau style enjoys great popularity today, it was considered outdated at the time of his death. His son, author Jirí Mucha, devoted much of his life to writing about him and bringing attention to his artwork. In his own country, the new authorities were not interested in Mucha. The Slav Epic was rolled and stored for twenty-five years before being shown in Moravský Krumlov. The Mucha Museum opened in Prague in 1998.