Alphonse Maria Mucha: His Life and Art

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Random House Incorporated, 1989 - Biography & Autobiography - 300 pages
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As Mucha's son, the author has enjoyed unrivaled access to the artist's writings and correspondence, and has woven together a detailed tapestry, illustrating the artist's career in France and then his return to Czechoslovakia in 1910 where he devoted the remainder of his life to the Slav epic--a chronicle of the history of his people. Fine color plates of posters and panneaux, gouaches, paintings and drawings. A unique portrait. 10x12". Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

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Chapter I
13
ACADEMIE COLAROSSI
45
THE GISMONDA BREAKTHROUGH 79
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