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Original Lithograph by Alphonse Mucha for 1900 Issue of Cocorico French Art Nouveau Magazine

Cocorico was a French magazine produced by the artist Paul-Émile Boutigny and featured many artists of the Art Nouveau movement including Alphonse Mucha and Théophile Steinlen. The magazine had 63 issues.
Each cover had an amazing lithograph printed cover on a heavy stock paper, and many of the covers were pieces done soiling for the magazine.
The Art Nouveau movement was one of amazing creativity that the core Austrian artists where supportive and highly productive.

Paul Émile Boutigny created the satirical magazine Cocorico in France in 1898. 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

Medium: Lithograph tinted cover is copper toned in color.

Size: image 11 7/8 x 9 inches
frame 16 1/2 x 19 1/4 inches

Condition: minor abrasions to the surface, due to the technique and paper, most have some surface marks. Please see the images provided for a visual description.

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The piece is framed, I can remove the glass to make the shipping cost cheaper and to also ensure the art will be safe in shipping. If you want me to remove the glass, please email me.

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