Summer Maiden with Red Flowers Headpiece from Four Seasons by Mucha 8HPN# MUC05
The Four Seasons - Summer (1896) by Mucha
In this statue adaptation of the young maiden "Summer", she lounges along a creek with her feet in the water. The flower headpiece she wears is radiant with rich orange-red blossoms. The series of personifications of the seasons was, in part thanks to the rapid technical progress made with lithography, immediately a major commercial success. The clearly delineated figures are both seductive and melancholy, and have a sensuality new to that era.
- Part of the highly collectible Parastone Mouseion 3D Collection designed in Europe to adapt famous paintings into three-dimensional form. PN MUC05.
- Includes color picture of the original artwork by Mucha and a description in multiple languages.
- Measures 8 in H x 6 in W x 4.25 in D. Weighs 2 lbs.
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