Alphonse Maria Mucha pioneered the use of Art Nouveau–style illustrations in commercial packaging, design, and ornament. These 12 color postcards reflect his predilection for women with flowing hair, flowers, jewels, and other images that add an otherworldly beauty to everyday products such as ... read more
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Alphonse Maria Mucha pioneered the use of Art Nouveau–style illustrations in commercial packaging, design, and ornament. These 12 color postcards reflect his predilection for women with flowing hair, flowers, jewels, and other images that add an otherworldly beauty to everyday products such as chocolate, bicycles, and liquor.
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