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Alphonse Mucha - 1917 A Winter Tale

Alfons Maria Mucha (Czechoslovakian Art Nouveau painter) 1860 - 1939 A Winter Tale, 1917

lonequixote:  Solitude ~ Alphonse Mucha

Solitude by Alphonse Maria Mucha. Painting analysis, large resolution images, user comments, slideshow and much more.

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Banshee-In Irish folklore, the Bean Sidhe (woman of the hills) is a spirit or fairy who presage a death by wailing. She is popularly known as the Banshee. She visits a household and by wailing she warns them that a member of their family is about to die.

Alfons Mucha - Mistletoe

Mistletoe: Portrait of Mme. Mucha 1903 Artist: Mucha, Alphonse Maria (Alfons Mucha)(Czechoslovakia Art Nouveau printmaker and painter

Reverie du Soir Giclee Print by Alfons Maria Mucha, known in English and French as Alphonse

Reverie du Soir Giclee Print by Alfons Maria Mucha, known in English and French as Alphonse Mucha, was a Czech Art Nouveau painter and decorative artist, known best for his distinct style.

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red-lipstick: “Alphonse Mucha aka Alphonse Maria Mucha (Czech, - North Star, 1902 Drawings: Pencils, Watercolors on Paper ”

Alfons Mucha Affiche pour Moët et Chandon

Rare Alfons Alphonse Mucha Art Nouveau Prints Vintage Reproduction Paintings Pic

Alphonse Mucha Moet and Chandon White Star, , . Read more about the symbolism and interpretation of Moet and Chandon White Star by Alphonse Mucha.

Alphonse Mucha - image from Le Pater

resourcesnstuff: “ Le Pater - Alphonse Mucha ” Printed by F. Champenois and published by Henri Piazza in Paris, Le Pater, consisted of a series of seven drawings. The seven verses of the Lord’s.

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