Plate 1 from Alphonse Mucha's Figures Decoratives, a folio of forty color lithographic plates published by Librairie centrale des beaux-arts in 1905.
Issued during a period of increasingly frequent requests for Mucha's design services, Figures Decoratives applied his distinctive Art Nouveau style to various design elements as well as decorative panels of women and children in various poses. Mucha’s linework shows his effortless connection to form, sensuality, and design.
Paper dimensions: 13 inches x 18 inches
Frame dimensions: 15.5 inches x 20.3 inches
Professionally framed and matted in archival materials.
This piece is presented professionally framed using all archival materials including a silk mat and gold fillet. This work arrives accompanied by a dossier containing extensive academic information about the artist and this artwork.
Notable museum collections featuring works by Alphonse Mucha include: Musée d'Orsay, Paris; Louvre Museum Graphic Art Database, Paris; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City; Museum of Modern Art, New York City; Los Angeles County Museum of Art; Mucha Museum, Prague, Czech Republic; and more.