Second in the six coin series is Dance. Dance displays a sinuous figure of a female with long auburn hair swaying in the autumn breeze while leaves fall gently around her. Flowers and decorations adorn her hair and her figure is encircled in a beautiful motif. The piece was originally done in pencil and watercolor, and then later released as a color lithograph.
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28.8″ x 35.8″ (58 cm x 91cm)
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Alphonse Mucha was born in 1860 in the Czech Republic. Although his singing abilities earned him several scholarships that allowed him to continue his education through high school in Brno, drawing had been his main hobby since childhood. He began working as a commercial artist in his late teens, painting mostly portraits and theatrical scenery.
After living in Vienna for several years, Mucha moved to Paris in 1887, where he volunteered at a lithography shop. In 1895 the impoverished young Czech became an overnight sensation in Paris by creating a poster for Gismonda, a play starring Sarah Bernhardt, the most famous actress of the period. Bernhardt loved Mucha’s work so much that she commissioned a six year contract with him. Before long, “le style Mucha” – later known as the Art Nouveau movement – was the term used to describe the new spirit transforming the city.
The popularity of Gismonda led to an influx of work for Mucha. “The Seasons” represent one such commission – a set of four decorative panels for Champenois, a wealthy patron, who commissioned two more sets of panels with the same theme.
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