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Art : 1900-1940s
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ALPHONSE MUCHA COVER NOVEMBER 1900 COCORICO ORIGINAL IN ELEGANT ART NOUVEAU CONTEMPORARY FRAME

Paul Émile Boutigny created the satirical magazine Cocorico in France in 1899. An artist himself, he used his magazine to promote the infant art movement of Art Nouveau and the artist involved. Alphonse Mucha, one of the most recognizable artist of the movement did this cover in December of 1900. As well as a few covers, he also added reproductions of his works to the magazine.
This woodblock cover of November 1st-15 1900 No. 42 and is an image that has not been reproduced to my knowledge. Here is a chance to have an original piece by Mucha.
The image is in archival mat and is framed with a contemporary Art Nouveau frame. The frame is approx 17" x 20" and the exposed image is approx 8" x 11". The print is in good shape with a grade of B+. You can see some scuffs on the image but there are no major areas of loss or damage.
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