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£7 for adults / £5 for concessions / aged 18 and under free
Czech-born Alphonse Mucha is recognised as one of the most prominent artists of the Art Nouveau movement, producing iconic works including Gismonda; the artist’s first poster design for the actress Sarah Bernhardt.
Alphonse Mucha: In Quest of Beauty is a major touring exhibition from the Mucha Foundation which explores the work of the artist around the theme of beauty – the core principle underlying his artistic philosophy. Showing around 100 works primarily drawn from the Mucha Trust collection, the exhibition will include drawings, paintings, photographs and some of the artist’s celebrated poster designs, synonymous with the Art Nouveau style of the fin-de-siècle. A number of key ‘aesthetic’ and art nouveau works from National Museum Liverpool’s own collections will also feature within the exhibition.
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16 June - 29 October 2017
£7 for adults
£5 for concessions
Aged 18 and under free
Walker Art Gallery
William Brown Street, Liverpool L3 8EN
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"This exceptional and meticulously curated touring show explores Mucha’s idea of beauty". ★★★★★
This exhibition is in partnership with theMucha Foundation.@alphonsemucha #alphonsemucha
All images by Alphonse Mucha © Mucha Trust 2017.
I am in the extremely fortunate position at present of being a tour guide at the Walker Art Gallery’s exhibition of work by Art Nouveau master Alphonse Mucha, ‘In Quest of Beauty’.
A familiar face for many regular Walker visitors, Norman Killon worked as part of our visitor services team for 24 years before he retired in April this year.
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