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All the Women of Mucha’s Slav Epic (Prague, Czech Republic)

By Artborghi @artborghi

If you pass by Prague, do not miss Mucha’s Slav Epic at the Museum of Modern and contemporary Art. Aphonse Mucha was one of the major Art Nouveau representative: his art applied to the Epic history of the Slav people is unbeatable. Additionally, photography is allowed!

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Above the hall dedicated to Mucha’s work: as Epic as his artworks, each measuring in average  6 x 8 meters. Enjoy details of these wonderful paintings I could shoot in the location. Click portrait details for canvas structures and brush strokes.

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The Celebration of the pagan god Svantovít.

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The Celebration of Svantovít and details of figures from The Slavs in Their Original Homeland.

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The Abolition of Serfdom in Russia

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The Abolition of Serfdom in Russia and detail of figures from others.

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The Coronation of Serbian Tsar Štěpán Dušan

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The Coronation of Serbian Tsar Štěpán Dušan, details.

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Do you want to know more about them? Mucha’s Slav Epic waits you at the Museum of Modern and contemporary Art, Prague.

 


Filed under: photography of women, pictures of art Tagged: alphonse mucha museum, art nouveau alphonse mucha, mucha, mucha prague, prague modern and contemporary art gallery, The Slav Epic

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