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Salon des Cent, 1896

By Alphonse Mucha

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This exceptional art print was made using a sophisticated giclée printing process, which deliver pure, rich color and remarkable detail.

46 x 61 cm Giclee Print
40 x 56 cm without border
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This exceptional art print was made using a sophisticated giclée printing process, which deliver pure, rich color and remarkable detail.

About the Art

Alphonse Mucha (1860 – 1939) was a Czechoslovakian Art Nouveau artist who pioneered a sensuous, ornate style replete in stained glass colors, elaborately curving lines and ethereal women. Realizing that living people created the art he admired in churches, Mucha became inspired to paint. Moving to Paris, he was initially the archetypical starving artist, until Sarah Bernhardt asked him to create a poster for the play, “Gismonda.” The life-size poster, which was the antithesis of artistic trends of the day, was a sensation. Bernhardt signed him to a six-year contract, and he became a household name. Mucha’s style experienced an enthusiastic revival in the 1960s, particularly in psychedelic posters.

Item# 12046225A

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This exceptional art print was made using a sophisticated giclée printing process, which deliver pure, rich color and remarkable detail.

About the Art

Alphonse Mucha (1860 – 1939) was a Czechoslovakian Art Nouveau artist who pioneered a sensuous, ornate style replete in stained glass colors, elaborately curving lines and ethereal women. Realizing that living people created the art he admired in churches, Mucha became inspired to paint. Moving to Paris, he was initially the archetypical starving artist, until Sarah Bernhardt asked him to create a poster for the play, “Gismonda.” The life-size poster, which was the antithesis of artistic trends of the day, was a sensation. Bernhardt signed him to a six-year contract, and he became a household name. Mucha’s style experienced an enthusiastic revival in the 1960s, particularly in psychedelic posters.

Item# 12046225A

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  • Great Quality Paper
  • Perfect Size
  • Vibrant Colors
  • Visually Appealing
  • Vivid Detail

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    Purchase Reason

    • Accent Piece
    • Decoration

    Comments:

    Arrived earlier than predicted, well wrapped and protected. We are very happy with what we ordered.

    • Age:
    • 60 – 64
    • Gender:
    • Female
    • Display Location:
    • Bedroom

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    Salon des Cent, 1896

    By Alphonse Mucha

    46 x 61 cm Giclee Print
    40 x 56 cm without border
    Product no longer available
    We apologize for the inconvenience