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This advanced fine-art cross stitch design, Music, was developed from an illustration created by Alfons Mucha (Father of the Art Nouveau movement) in 1898. Mucha is known for the charming feminine style and intricate details he used in many of his artworks.
This advanced fine-art cross stitch design, Spring, was developed from an illustration created by Alfons Mucha (Father of the Art Nouveau movement) and is part of the The Seasons Series created by Mucha in 1896. It is typical of Mucha’s popular feminine style, always with the intricate details.
This advanced fine-art cross stitch design, Monaco – Monte Carlo, was developed from a travel advertisement created by Alfons Mucha (Father of the Art Nouveau movement) in 1890. It teems with the sweet seduction of foreign lands and showcases the popular elements of the late 19th and early 20th century French art.
This advanced fine-art cross stitch design, Moet & Chandon, was developed from an advertisement poster created by Alfons Mucha (Father of the Art Nouveau movement) in 1899. He was commissioned by the famous Moet & Chandon champagne house in Paris to create a poster to market their Cremant Imperial champagne. The poster shows elegant flowing lines and intricate details in the soft hues of browns, pinks, whites and blues, exuding sophistication and attracting the attention of the finest champagne connoisseurs.
This advanced fine-art cross stitch design, F. Champenois, was developed from the Alfons Mucha color lithograph F. Champenois Imprimeur-Editeur, 1897. Alfons Mucha is considered the Father of the Art Nouveau movement, and his works are known for their intricate details and charming feminine styles. This beautiful design has all the elements that make it a distinctive “Mucha.”
This advanced fine-art cross stitch design, Flower, was developed from an illustration created by Alphonse Mucha (Father of the Art Nouveau movement) in 1897. It shows his well-known feminine element as he illustrates a beautiful woman in a halo of lilies in soft colors and intricate details. Note the beautiful lace cuff and decorative corners. This is very representative of the Mucha Art Nouveau style.
This advanced fine-art cross stitch design, L’Animal dans la Décoration, is a beautiful Art Nouveau piece created in 1897 by Swiss decorative artist, Maurice Pillard Verneuil. The colors in this design are striking.
This advanced fine-art cross stitch design, Zodiac, is one of Czech Art Nouveau painter and decorative artist Alfons Mucha’s most successful designs. The signs of the Zodiac fill Mucha’s customary circular background, encircling the beautiful central figure – the perfect Mucha maiden. It was originally produced as a calendar for “Champenois” and later selected as the design for “La Plume” magazine by the editor.
This is an advanced fine-art cross stitch design of L’Ermitage, an illustration created by French designer and lithographer, Paul Berthon. It is from the “Les Maitre de L’Affiches” series printed by Imprimerie Chaix, Paris, 1900. Many regard Berthon as a master of the turn-of-the-century Art Nouveau movement. The grace and elegance of his art is mesmerizing and dreamy. Berthon did not do advertisements as part of his artwork as did many of the Art Nouveau artists of his time. His pieces stood alone.
Moonlight is a beautiful intermediate cross-stitch design by Czech/French Painter and Printmaker, Alphonse Mucha. It’s a lovely design with pale moonlight circling a young woman’s head, and stars dotting the midnight sky. Mucha is considered one of the most prolific of the Art Nouveau masters. He was an imaginative genius.