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Mu·cha

(mū'kah),
Victor, dermatologist in Hapsburg Empire, 1877-1919. See: Mucha-Habermann disease.
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It's odd that so many of the chorus women are costumed like they floated out of airy art nouveau posters by Alphonse Mucha.
CHOICE Curator of European Fine Art at the Walker Art Gallery, Xanthe Brooke, explains: "The works of Alphonse Mucha are undoubtedly some of the most widely-recognised examples of the Art Nouveau style, and still a popular choice for interior decoration and design.
There are many other names revered by collectors: Jules Cheret had financial backing from parfumier Rimmel; Alphonse Mucha, high priest of the Art Nouveau movement was Sarah Bernhardt's posterist for six years from 1894; and Georges de Feure, as well known for his furnishing designs as he was for his posters.
The art is inspired by Alphonse Mucha and Pakistani artist Abdur Rahman Chughtai, though the action is more in line with Western comics and Japanese Manga, according to creative director and co-creator Yahya Ehsan.
In early 1895, Paris artist Alphonse Mucha debuted his work with a lithographed poster for the play Gismonda featuring Sarah Bernhardt.
This catalog covers an exhibition of the works of Czech Art Nouveau painter and decorative artist, Alphonse Mucha.
Among his friends while abroad was Alphonse Mucha (of Art Nouveau posters fame), but he also became acquainted with other artists who would become world famous, such as Gauguin and his circle.
OBLONG WATCH with the "Sarah Bernhard" design from the Homage a Alphonse Mucha collection of the renowned Austrian jeweler, Frey Wille.
Introduction to art nouveau and the work of Alphonse Mucha.
Fouquel * Alphonse Mucha * Aubrey Beardsley * George Jensen * Phillipe
Keep an eye peeled for vintage Bernhardt photographs by Felix Nadar; a crown studded with pearls designed by Alphonse Mucha and executed by Rene Lalique; and a gold-embroidered cape and jewel-encrusted crown for Victorien Sardou's Theodora (1890), as well as jeweled bracelets for 1891's Cleopatre.
His paintings are ornate and vibrant, with textural parallels to the work of Gustav Klimt and Alphonse Mucha.