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Mu·cha

(mū'kah),
Victor, dermatologist in Hapsburg Empire, 1877-1919. See: Mucha-Habermann disease.
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Looking at painter and decorative artist Alfons Mucha, artist Karel Sovoboda and composers Bedrich Smetana and Antonon Dvorak, this talk shows how the Czechs created a capital that was fit for a new independent nation.
Mucha, son of famous painter Alfons Mucha, was a writer, but also an amateur recorder player - the instrument at the time having made its return to the musical world and finding enthusiastic admirers.
The range of objects is vast, and encompasses a refined schist head of a bodhisattva from ancient Gandhara (3rd-5th century) at Christophe Hioco, and some exceptional art nouveau jewellery by the leaders of the movement, Georges Fouquet and Alfons Mucha, from Epoque Fine Jewels in Belgium.
The creative tradition, for its part, dates back to the days of Art Nouveau championed by Bohemian artist Alfons Mucha, and Czech crafts folk can easily transform a Barrandov Studios soundstage into a post-apocalyptic fantasy.
And there was true interest: Bulgaria was an issue in Czech newspapers and a theme in Alfons Mucha's paintings.
Nicolas, the Old Town Hall, Wenceslas Square, the Alfons Mucha Museum, the Municipal House, where we have coffee and a snack, and the Powder Gate.
Art is eternal, Alfons Mucha maintained, so it could never be merely "nouveau" (1).