Decorative panels

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Morning Awakening

Morning Awakening

100.5 × 38 cm

20.00 € inc. VAT

Brightness of Day

Brightness of Day

100.5 × 38 cm

20.00 € inc. VAT

Evening Contemplation

Evening Contemplation

100.5 × 38 cm

20.00 € inc. VAT

Night's Rest

Night's Rest

100.5 × 38 cm

20.00 € inc. VAT

Spring

Spring

98 × 51 cm

12.00 € inc. VAT

Summer

Summer

98 × 51 cm

12.00 € inc. VAT

Autumn

Autumn

98 × 48.5 cm

12.00 € inc. VAT

Winter

Winter

98 × 51 cm

12.00 € inc. VAT

Painting

Painting

98 × 63 cm

16.00 € inc. VAT

Music

Music

98 × 63 cm

16.00 € inc. VAT

Poetry

Poetry

98 × 63 cm

16.00 € inc. VAT

Dance

Dance

98 × 63 cm

16.00 € inc. VAT

Carnation

Carnation

95 × 40 cm

12.00 € inc. VAT

Iris

Iris

95 × 40 cm

12.00 € inc. VAT

Rose

Rose

95 × 40 cm

12.00 € inc. VAT

Lily

Lily

95 × 40 cm

12.00 € inc. VAT

Alphonse Mucha was a leading exponent of the Art-Nouveau style, which demanded the creation of a decorative scheme that would allow for the repetition of stylistic patterns. Mucha based his work on an image that lent itself to an arrangement in cycles based on traditional themes, usually drawn from the physical world.

For this reason, Mucha gave his first set of decorative panels, made in 1896, the title The Four Seasons. He continued this practice with a number of highly successful panels which respect the fourfold or twofold variation on a theme, including The Four Flowers (1898) and The Four Times of the Day (1899), originating during the period when Mucha’s style was already fully developed.

The stylized combination of vegetation and beautiful women was an expression of his joyful vision of life, one greatly appreciated by his audience at the time.

From the artistic perspective, The Four Arts cycle (1898) can be considered the most serious among these cycles, executed in several techniques and distinguished especially by the poetic quality of Mucha’s designs.

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