Byzantine Brunette - Alphonse Mucha Art Print
Alphonse Mucha's remarkable Byzantine Heads (1897) panels reflect his deep admiration for Slavic culture. These panels feature two women, Brunette and Blonde, adorned with Byzantine-inspired jewelry, against a backdrop of ornate vegetal arabesques. The intricate lace-like patterns surrounding the frames pay homage to the skilled lacework of the Moravian region. Notably on this brunette beauty, the pendants in the tiara foreshadow Mucha's later jewelry designs. Inspired by the panels' detailed designs, Parisian jeweler Georges Fouquet collaborated with Mucha for his 1900 Exposition Universelle collection. See this image on a greeting card!
Mucha (1860-1939) was a visionary artist whose artistry and creativity shaped the Art Nouveau movement! Born in 1860 in Moravia, now the Czech Republic, Mucha's artistic journey took him from a struggling artist to an internationally renowned master of his craft. With his distinctive style characterized by intricate patterns, flowing lines, and ethereal female figures, Mucha's art played a significant role in shaping the visual aesthetics of the late-19th and early-20th centuries.
Our prints are suitable for framing or can be used as is for wall display.
This product was custom designed and created at our location in Seattle.
11" x 14", Bagged with Backer Board