Amidst the cobblestone streets and gas-lit boulevards of turn-of-the-century Paris, a renaissance of creativity produced the Art Nouveau movement. Characterized by sinuous lines, organic forms, and intricate designs, this movement in design and art found its virtuoso interpreter in Alphonse Mucha, whose work is featured in the exhibition Alphonse Mucha: Master of Art Nouveau. The exhibition is not only a tribute to Mucha’s genius, but also the milieu that nurtured his blossoming as an artist.
On view at the Flagler Museum January 16 through April 14. The Exhibition is free with Museum Admission.