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  • Joni Ernst

    Mucha Art Deco

  • Kitarra Holcomb

    Mucha, Philadelphia Exposition, 1902 #Coral #Turquoise #Retro #Soft #Pastel #Mucha #Nouveau #ArtNouveau #Poster #Vintage #Antique #Deco

  • Lynn Davis

    Alphonse Mucha. Art Nouveau Poster.

  • Tamarinda Pretto

    Alphons Mucha

  • Dina

    art nouveau paintings | art nouveau — Daily Art Fixx - Art Blog: Modern Art, Art History ...

  • Delaney Grant

    Alfons MUCHA - in 2015, create my own art nouveau pieces and a special project!

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Mucha The pen 1899 by mpt.1607, via Flickr. The design of the circle in the background would make a beautiful tattoo?

Alphonse Mucha. Art Nouveau. Nice palette.

Art Nouveau Statue | Love In A Rose | Viena, Austria | Photo by onkel_wart (Thomas Lieser) on September 20, 20008 via Flkr

by Theophile Alexandre Steinlen. I've seen this on countless walls - bohemian to the bone. The "Chat Noir", or(black cat) was the Montmartre cabaret, founded by Rodolphe Salis in November of 1881. The cabaret was one of the most popular meeting places of the Paris elite and the symbol of bohemian life at the end of the 19th century. This cabaret got its name from a lost black cat that Rudolphe Salis found on the sidewalk during the construction of the cabaret.

Louis-Théophile Hingre 1864, after the style of Alphonse Mucha, the originator of the Art Nouveau school of design

Official Guide of the Exposition Universelle, Paris 1900, by Alphonse Mucha

The great man himself, photographed in his bohemian studio. Alphonse Mucha, one of my favorite artist.

Maude Adams (1872–1953) as Joan of Arc, 1909 / Alphonse Mucha / Oil on canvas / depicts the American actress Maude Adams in the role of Joan of Arc; portrait made for one-night gala performance and displayed as a poster / at the Met