Monday, November 7, 2011

Alphonse Mucha Inspired Painting, Lonely Heart by k Madison Moore

Lonely Heart
Inspired by Alphonse Mucha

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11 x 14 Oil Painting on Canvas

Painting with The Masters
Art within Art Series

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Every once in awhile I have to do a more
realistic type painting in more suttle
colors than my usual brilliant colors.
I have always loved Mucha and admire
his talent and the beautiful women he 
painted.
She looks like she is so lonely
sitting there looking out the window.
Is she? What is she thinking about?
Maybe she is waiting for Alphonse?

Enjoy!




Alphonse Mucha

1878
Mucha applies to the Prague Academy of Fine Arts. His application is turned down with the recommendation: "Find yourself another profession where you'll be more useful".

1879
Goes to Vienna to work as a scene painter for the firm of Kautsky-Brioschi-Burghardt.

1881
Leaves Vienna when the Ringtheater, his employer's best customer, burns down in a fire in which 500 people died. Mucha, as the youngest employee, receives his notice. Goes to Mikulov where he earns a living by painting portraits. Meets Count Khuen Belasi who commissions him to decorate his castle at Emmahof.

1883
Moves to Castle Gandegg, Tyrol, where Count Khuen's brother, an amateur artist, becomes Mucha's patron.

1885
Begins studies at the Munich Academy of Art, sponsored by Count Khuen's brother.

1887
Moves to Paris to study at the Academie Julian, still under the Count's sponsorship.

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2 comments:

Mary said...

Beautiful...like lady and the sea or a mermaid! love the soft colors!

k. Madison Moore Contemporary Fine Artist said...

That would have been a Great title Mary!
Thanks for the nice comment
xo

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