We're Here to Help       Need a quick answer? You've come to the right place.
    • Send us an Email
    • Write to us at support@art.com
    • and we'll respond as quickly as possible.
    • Live help
  • Find Answers
  • What can we help you with?
Need help? Chat now
Product no longer available
We apologize for the inconvenience
Magasin Fouquet, Boutique for the Jeweller Georges Fouquet, rue Royale, Paris, c.1901
By Alphonse Mucha
Product no longer available
We apologize for the inconvenience
Need help? Chat now
Photographic Print
0" x 0"

Product Details

This photographic print is digitally printed on archival quality paper with vivid color and exceptional detail, suitable for museum or gallery display.

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# 1724489092A
Live Chat. Click here for assistance.
100% Satisfaction Guaranteed | Order by phone:
0" x 0" Photographic Print
Product no longer available
We apologize for the inconvenience

Product Details

This photographic print is digitally printed on archival quality paper with vivid color and exceptional detail, suitable for museum or gallery display.

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# 1724489092A

Reviews

Comments

Guarantee & Returns

Back
Details
Reviews
Comments

Product Details

This photographic print is digitally printed on archival quality paper with vivid color and exceptional detail, suitable for museum or gallery display.

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# 1724489092A
There are no customer reviews yet

100% Satisfaction Guarantee

We are committed to quality products and your satisfaction is 100% guaranteed.
If for any reason you are not completely satisfied with your purchase, you may return it within 30 days of receipt and receive a free replacement or a full refund for the price of the product. Learn More

Comments

Magasin Fouquet, Boutique for the Jeweller Georges Fouquet, rue Royale, Paris, c.1901
By Alphonse Mucha
0" x 0" Photographic Print
Product no longer available
We apologize for the inconvenience
Need help? Chat now
Product no longer available
We apologize for the inconvenience