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Mucha Museum, Prague

7 Panská
Czech Republic 11000
Tel: 420 224 216 415's insider take:

The Czech artist Alfons Mucha almost single-handedly invented Art Nouveau graphic design while living in Paris in the late 1800s (in France it is even at times referred to as "le style Mucha"). Generations of artists and designers have been inspired by his characteristic flowers and ornate overlays of patterns. Established by the Mucha family, this intimate museum contains copies of his celebrated posters of Sarah Bernhardt and Maude Adams, as well as banknotes and postage stamps of his design, and stained glass windows, photographs, charcoal drawings, pastels, lithographs, and oil paintings by his hand.

Open daily 10 am to 6 pm.

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