From December 10 to March 20
Alfons Mucha and the Art Nouveau atmospheres
The Royal Palace of Milan will host the “Alfons Mucha and the Art Nouveau atmospheres” exhibition. It will consist of 220 works, decorative panels of the Bohemian painter, but also ceramics, glass, furniture, sculptures and drawings by artists of the French, Belgian and Italian camp, which illustrate the multi-faceted current which developed over the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, of which Mucha was among the most significant interpreters. Among his themes was the unmistakable female figure as an angelic creature or femme fatale, the weather and seasons, gemstones, floral or animal motifs, with others denoting the influence of Oriental art. Promoted by the City of Milan and produced by Palazzo Reale, the Palazzo Ducale Foundation for Culture of Genoa, and by the group 24 Ore, from April the 3rd to September the 18th, the exhibition will move to the Palazzo Ducale in Genoa.