Mucha Arts Dance and Music Women Belle Epoque Ceramic Tealight Candleholder 5.75H

  • $22.50 USD

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Ceramic tealight candle holder with Mucha's illustrations of Arts women including Dance and Music on all sides. This small desktop-sized candle holder has a cavity at the top to hold a tea light candle (included). Mucha became the most in-demand illustrator of the Belle Epoque.

  • Measures: 5.75 in x 2 in W x 2 in D.
  • Weighs 10 oz. PN TC08MU
  • Part of the Parastone Museum Gift Collection.
  • Four-color printing of a masterpiece painting on all sides.
  • Comes with a color description card and tea candle.

Alphonse Mucha (1860-1939):

Young Alphonse Mucha left for Vienna where he worked as an apprentice draughtsman for a studio that designed and decorated theater scenery. Upon his return to Moravia, his talent was spotted by the wealthy Count Karl Khuen-Belasi, who enabled him to study at the Akademie der Bildenden Kunste in Munich. Mucha continued his studies in Paris. He made extra money drawing illustrations for magazines and advertisements. Quite unexpectedly this proved to be his big break. Mucha became the most in demand illustrator of the Belle Epoque.

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