Collection: Mucha | Belle Epoque Women

Alphonse Mucha is often regarded as one of the key figures who popularized the Art Nouveau movement through his studies of beautiful women. His innovative style is characterized by sinuous lines, ornate decorative elements, and a focus on nature.  Mucha is particularly renowned for his poster designs, which helped establish the Art Nouveau style in advertising. His posters, including the famous "Job" cigarette paper advertisements and theatrical posters for actress Sarah Bernhardt.