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ალფონს მუხა (Alphonse Mucha)

Alphonse Mucha

     Alfons Maria Mucha (Czech: [ˈalfons ˈmuxa] ( listen); 24 July 1860 – 14 July 1939), known as Alphonse Mucha, was a Czech Art Nouveau painter and decorative artist, known best for his distinct style. He produced many paintings, illustrations, advertisements, postcards, and designs.
The rising tide of fascism during the late 1930s resulted in Mucha’s works and his Slavic nationalism being denounced in the press as ‘reactionary’.[citation needed] Mucha’s Slav nationalism and Jewish roots made him a primary target of the Gestapo during Nazi occupation. When German troops moved into Czechoslovakia during the spring of 1939, Mucha was among the first persons to be arrested by the Gestapo. During his interrogation, the aging artist became ill with pneumonia. Though released eventually, he may have been weakened by this event. He died in Prague on 14 July 1939, due to lung infection, and was interred there in the Vyšehrad cemetery.

source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alphonse_Mucha


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10. ალფონს მუხა (Alphonse Mucha)

Zodiac

09. ალფონს მუხა (Alphonse Mucha)

Mucha’s The Slav Epic No.19: The Abolition of Serfdom in Russia (1914)

08. ალფონს მუხა (Alphonse Mucha)

Mucha’s The Slav Epic cycle No.13: The Hussite King Jiří z Podĕbrad (1923)

07. ალფონს მუხა (Alphonse Mucha)

Mucha’s The Slav Epic cycle No.10: After the Battle of Grunewald (1924)

06. ალფონს მუხა (Alphonse Mucha)

Mucha’s The Slav Epic cycle No.9: The Meeting at Křížky (1916)

05. ალფონს მუხა (Alphonse Mucha)

Mucha’s The Slav Epic cycle No.12: Petr of Chelčice (1918)

04. ალფონს მუხა (Alphonse Mucha)

Mucha’s The Slav Epic cycle No.3: Introduction of the Slavonic Liturgy in Great Moravia (1912)

03. ალფონს მუხა (Alphonse Mucha)

Mucha’s The Slav Epic cycle No.1: The Slavs in Their Original Homeland (1912)

02. ალფონს მუხა (Alphonse Mucha)

Mucha’s The Slav Epic cycle No.8: Master Jan Hus Preaching at the Bethlehem Chapel: Truth Prevails (1916)

01. ალფონს მუხა (Alphonse Mucha)

Mucha’s The Slav Epic cycle No.20: The Apotheosis of the Slavs, Slavs for Humanity (1926)

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