“JOB” art print by Alphonse Mucha. “Job” is one of Mucha’s most recognized pieces in part no doubt because it was used to advertise cigarette paper in a roll-your-own society. This poster is the prototype for the lithe sensuous woman with massive long-flowing tresses that Mucha would create throughout his lifetime. This trademark poster was reprinted numerous times and used to promote other products and is readily identifiable even to this day. Antiquarian Traders is pleased to announce a limited edition of fine art prints from the estate of Alphonse Mucha (1860-1939) published only by Arnold Quinn Studios. These fine multimedia art prints are printed using the gicl?e(pronounced zhee-KLAY) process utilizing the best archival inks available. They have a life of at least 75 years when properly displayed. The watercolor paper is 500 gram Somerset texture 100% rag acid free. Gold and Silver leaf is hand applied. Edition size is limited to 425 prints plus 50 artists’ proofs. Each piece bears the official Mucha Foundation Seal and is estate signed and numbered by John Mucha Alphonse Mucha?’s grandson. It is our goal to present honest interpretations of Mucha?s artwork that capture all of the wonderful detail and coloration that has made Mucha’?s work so popular over the last 100 years. The Mucha Family personally oversees every step of this process to guarantee the high quality that defines this program. Each piece is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from The Mucha Foundation signed by John Mucha. Each fine art print carries the embossed chop mark of the Mucha Foundation and is signed by John Mucha.
Dimensions: 77″H x 32″W x 1″D
Framed Dimensions: 77″H x 32″W