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This is an advertising poster by Czech painter and sculptor Alfons Mucha, created for the production plants of the Beers of the Meuse. The canvas represents a young woman adorned with poppies and ears, looking dreamy, holding a mug of beer.
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This is an advertising poster by Czech painter and sculptor Alfons Mucha, created for the production plants of the Beers of the Meuse. The canvas represents a young woman adorned with poppies and ears, looking dreamy, holding a mug of beer. Below her they are represented: the source of pure water (symbolism to depict the brewery) and the factories of Bar-le-Duc and the Caves du Roy in Sèvres, France. Mucha creates many advertising posters during his artistic production. All his works follows a common approach: the name of the advertised product is announced discreetly, using a single inscription, accompanied by an adjective; the remaining space is filled with floral motifs. But the central point of the manifesto is always a woman, painted with a seductive aspect and a bewitching gaze, with the aim that the observer is immediately captured by her beauty. To further enhance the female figure, Mucha often uses sumptuous jewels to adorn her body; moreover, as to further enrich the scene, the background is painted with an elegant gold colour. The innumerable posters created by Mucha introduce art into the streets: the use of bright shades and bold characters give a new light to the greyness of the cities, transforming them into suburbs full of vitality and colour.