• Alphonse Mucha at The Hyde Collecetion

    23 days ago - By Get Visual

    Job, 1896, color lithograph on paper mounted on linen
    All images courtesy of the Dhawan Collection If you were ever in a dorm room in the 1970s, you know the artwork of Alphonse Mucha. The master of French Art Nouveau was a staple of the softer side of the counterculture, partly due to his irresistible, sensual style and partly due to his having been the creator of turn-of-the-century ads for Job cigarette papers, which remained the brand of choice for those rolling joints while listening to psychedelic music some 75 years later.
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