Fuck Yeah Alphonse Mucha
Fuck Yeah Alphonse Mucha
A McFandrew Joynt
Two Standing Women
Lance Parfum Rodo
Alphonse Mucha 1896
Spring - Mucha
Alphonse Mucha (1860-1939), La Prophétesse - 1896
Alphonse Mucha (1860-1939), La Belle Endormie.
Alphonse Mucha (1860-1939), Couverture pour la Revue “Hearst’s International” - Janvier 1922.
Who doesn’t love a beautiful Alphonse Mucha Art Nouveau poster? Learn about this Flirt poster from 1899, featured in our upcoming auction of Vintage Posters on August 6th, from our catalogue:
"Mucha reinforces this biscuit advertisement by flawlessly incorporating the brand name and logo into the image. The Lefèvre-Utile name is visible in the wrought iron gate behind the couple, and initialed in the fabric of the woman’s dress a quarter of an actual biscuit is depicted in the lower left corner. This is the first edition of the poster. In 1900, it was reissued after the company won a grand prize at the World’s Fair in Paris, with the words Grand Prix - Paris 1900 printed to the left of Mucha’s signature. In addition to posters, Mucha also designed packaging for this famous biscuit company.”
Le Pater, Alphonse Mucha’s occult interpretation of the Lord’s Prayer
Tattoo based off of Alphonse Mucha’s - Night Sky.
One of my favorite Artists, this tattoo is absolutely amazing!
1896 lithography image advert for Job cigarette papers by Alphonse Mucha.
Salon of the Hundred
Salon of the Hundred by Alphonse Mucha in 1896 Twitter / Youtube / Bloglovin / Google+ / Instagram / LinkedIn / Pinterest / Tumblr
Alphonse Mucha (1860-1939), Nature - 1899
I finished the box I showed the other day. It is a clamshell box and the image is from Mucha. I love that image, don’t you?
It will be in my shop soon: www.etsy.com/shop/gatzbcnc
La Dame aux Camélias - Alphonse Mucha, 1896
Biscuits Lefevre Utile
More Art Nouveau elyssediamond
by alphonse mucha
Les Quatre Arts - La musique - Alphonse Mucha
Champagne advert by Alphonse Mucha, 1901
Found this beautiful Alphonse Mucha room divider at an antiques store, they’re charging 300 dollars, which I don’t have.
Haïku de printemps
Toile de Alphonse Mucha Veille du printemps : Les commerçants du marché Ont la joie au coeur.
Toile de Alphonse Mucha Fin juin sous la pluie, Mais demain l’été viendra Et l’espoir fait vivre.
Alphonse Mucha “Thy Kingdom Come” 1899 (from La Pater)
Alphonse Mucha (“the fonz”) why not?
An Alphonse Mucha postcard from Prague came in the mail last Saturday. The message reads:
"Here’s an insignificant, teeny, tiny drop of inspiration for a friend who has inspired everyone who’s lucky enough to know her. Keep on living and breathing beauty and art, Palloninie!"
No, it’s not insignificant, or a teeny, tiny drop of inspiration even more so. Mucha’s works has always been a huge influence to mine, so this is A LOT! I can’t stop looking at it. There are just too many lavish details to take in in just a single postcard. Can’t get over how beautiful this is. Thank you so much, @matmatmatmatmat!
6th Sokol Festival, Alphonse Mucha. 1912.
Maria, Young Girl in a Moravian Costume, Alphonse Mucha.
Toile de Alphonse Mucha plafond de nuages ôte la lumière aux arbres alors, ils s’endorment.
Toile de Alphonse Mucha Appels des corbeaux Sans doute ils ont vu un ange Dans la forêt nue.
Dance from The Muses by Alphonse Mucha
Crystal Art Nouveau Woodland Necklace ~www.thyme2dream.com
Art Nouveau Woodland Fairy Bracelet/Arm Cuff www.thyme2dream.com
Elven Forest Woodland Headdress www.thyme2dream.com
Art Nouveau Tiara Autumn Flame Amethyst and Copper www.thyme2dream.com
The Autumn by Alphonse Mucha, 1896
This is my new tattoo done by Dave Wallin from Eight of Swords Tattoo in Williamsburg. It is Alphonse Mucha’s Zodiac. This is the result after the first session, I love it!
Mucha was a Slav like me
I had a sort of Mucha appreciation weekend. Apparently, it wasn’t just a postcard Mat got me from Prague, he sent me this epic zodiac calendar as well. I finally saw up close all the luscious details in these Alphonse Mucha lithographs I only used to view in low-res Google images.
I must mention that getting this calendar was serendipitous: (1) It came just in time when I felt like I was running out of inspiration (and man, do I have a lot of paintings to finish), thanks to Mar and (2) coincidentally, the front cover features the lithograph assigned for Sagittarius — and I’m a proud Sagittarian, although I’m always mistaken for a Scorpio (the lithograph assigned for which is featured on the back cover). I can’t express enough how utterly beautiful this is.