""The Mucha Style"" Alphonse Mucha Museum Tip by Bjorgvin

Alphonse Mucha Museum, Prague: 27 reviews and 32 photos


Prague is a city of Gothic a Baroque buildings and other architectural delights, but don’t forget the Czech Art Nouveau artist Alphonse Mucha (1860-1939). Mucha achieved immediate fame in 1894 when he accepted an invitation to create a poster for Sarah Bernhardt, one of the greatest actresses of the time. Mucha was then a relatively unknown artist living in Paris, but then and there “The Mucha Style” was born, which was essential in shaping the Art Nouveau design of the day.

Address: Kaunicky Palace, Panska 7
Directions: The Mucha Museum is housed in the Baroque Kaunicky Palace in the heart of Prague. OPEN DAILY 10 am - 6 pm.
Phone: +420-221 45 1333
Website: http://www.mucha.cz/

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  • Updated Aug 15, 2003
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