Browse through a collection of the most famous paintings from this Art Nouveau master, listed through this section and categorised by their original titles.
All the feminine portraits here made use of Mucha's exceptional illustrative skills, allowing him to add fine details and charming flourishes in and around the attractive models who adorned each artwork.
Some of those featured here were as part of a series, with Mucha covering themes such as seasons and times of the day. Moon and Stars also brings together four separate paintings which the artist planned to display together.
There was a commercial purpose for many of these paintings too, with Job being used as a cigarette advertisement. Another was used for a biscuit tin cover, and many more as commissioned exhibition posters and so on.
The Art Nouveau movement established itself as one of the more significant influences in the 20th century and Mucha is seen as the biggest contributor to it, alongside other masters like Gustav Klimt, Aubrey Beardsley and Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec.
The popularity of these artists has led to a huge demand for access to their work, be it exhibitions of their work or purchases for private collections. The paintings featured in this section are amongst the best of those, and there are now several high profile collectors of Alphonse Mucha original paintings, illustrations and pictures.