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Alfons Maria Mucha (or Alphonse Mucha), was a Czech painter and decorative artist. His distinctive Art Nouveau (“new art”) style, which used pale pastel colours which contrasted with the traditional contemporary colouration, came to prominence in the 1900 Universal Exhibition in Paris. Often featuring young women in long, vaguely neoclassical, robes, his designs were also frequently verdant and floral. His designs/work was created for an amazing array of media for the time: paintings, illustrations, adverts, postcards, posters, book illustrations, jewellery, carpets, wallpaper, and theatre sets.

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