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MUCHA JOB LA BLONDE PAPIER A CIGARETTE (1896)
ANTIQUE VINTAGE POSTERS from MUCHA Alphonse
MUCHA POSTER AND ICONIC POSTER FOR CIGARETTE PAPER JOB LA BLONDE PLEASE NOTE THAT THE YOUNG WOMAN'S HAIR IS STARTED WITH GOLD LUXURY AND RARE POSTER
18.1 X 26 (inches) / 46.0 x 66.1 (cm)
A+ ( mint perfect )
Linen (backed on acid-free paper and cotton canvas)
The poster was created to be used as an advertising object. They do not merely reproduce a painting or sculpture or other work of art; the original purpose for printing was to legitimately advertise a product or service. Many factors determine the value of a vintage poster, including its rarity, condition, designer and sometimes subject matter. We unconditionally guarantee each item to be as described and absolutely authentic. WE DO NOT SELL ANY REPRODUCTIONS.
Alphonse Maria Mucha, first name from the Czech Alfons (24 July 1860 ? 14 July 1939) was a Czech Art Nouveau painter and decorative artist, best known for his distinct style and his images of women. He produced many paintings, illustrations, advertisements, and designs.
From around 1890 to World War l (when it fell out of fashion) Art Nouveau artists liberated the arts by incorporating modern materials and themes. Designers and artists like Eugène Gaillard, Emile Gallé, Gustav Klimt, William Morris, E. Galle,... favored streamlined designs and it was their new way of creating that paved the way for the abstracting tendencies that would dominate twentieth-century art and design. Those involved in the Art Nouveau movement looked to the art of Japan, the Celts and Islam as well as nature and geometry as their sources of inspiration. The Rococo style too proved to be an important influence on the Art Nouveau movers and shakers. The result? A reformation of the arts in which artists, architects and designers created a new visual vocabulary, more suited to modern life.
All posters on the Tobacco and Cigar and Tobacco factories of 19th at the 21st Centuries.