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Alphonse Mucha's, Maiden of the Arts Cast Bronze Statue
Cast in the traditional lost wax bronze method
With the elegantly detailed flourishes of the Art Nouveau tradition, artist Alphonse Mucha's long-limbed maiden artfully balances among geometric elements in a work of striking garden art. Our impressive, 360-degree, over-four-foot-tall bronze statue is expertly finished with a hand-applied, classic sepia bronze patina accented by an antiqued emerald verde patina to bring out the amazing detail. Cast and crafted one piece at a time in the traditional lost wax method, which highlights the detail of the sculpt and guarantees lasting beauty. Sure to be a garden focal point, this Design Toscano, heirloom-quality bronze statue conveys that you take the exterior of your home as seriously as the interior.
- Color patina is applied by hand one piece at a time, tone may vary slightly. This statue can be elevated by adding one of Toscano's plinths, such as:
- Grand Palace Asian Statuary Pedestal Base, NE190163
About The Artist
Alphonse Mucha (1860-1939)
Czech painter and decorative artist Alphonse Mucha more than anybody else is responsible for the Art Nouveau style which prominently featured beautiful robust young women in flowing robes often surrounded by lush floral arrangements or halos around their heads as in La Rousse. Mucha's Art Nouveau style was often imitated as he was vastly talented in painting sculpture poster magazine calendar creation and architectural design.
The Art Nouveau movement was often synonymous with Mucha's paintings and other artwork; marked by strong composition sensuous curves inspired by nature and natural colors. While living in Paris actress Sarah Bernhardt contracted Mucha to design posters and sets for her plays which included La Trappistine.
Throughout his life Mucha attempted to distance himself from the Art Nouveau label insisting that his work was not a specific style or form but that his paintings such as Spirit of Spring came from within. Mucha paintings existed in his opinion to communicate a spiritual message as he wished to pursue projects that would ennoble art and his country of birth. message and nothing more. Thus Mucha s commercial success often frustrated him but he remained a patriot of his Czech homeland and considered his triumph as for the Czech people as well as himself.
More works by this artist
- The original appearance of your heirloom bronze sculpture can be maintained with occasional care cleaning and polishing as you would with any other cherished artwork.
Weights & Dimensions
- 24.5"Wx18"Dx50"H. 57 lbs.