William Goldman

« Working Girls: An American Brothel Circa 1892 featuring unseen photographs of a 19th-century brothel by William I. Goldman. The exhibit debuts in conjunction with the release of a recently published book by art historian and curator Robert Flynn Johnson, titled Working Girls. The exhibition and book feature imaginative and artful photographs, which capture the artist’s deep appreciation and understanding for women who, circa 1892, lived and worked at an upscale brothel in Reading, PA.

The project began nearly 15 years ago when Johnson came across the bordello scenes at a vintage paper fair in Concord, Calif. Fascinated by the beautiful, Degas-like images, Johnson shared the shots with Serge and Tatiana Sorokko who went on to purchase a large portion of the collection. Over a decade later, Sorokko, a prominent art dealer, publisher and owner of Serge Sorokko Gallery in San Francisco, will showcase 25 photographs by Goldman, for which no negatives are known to exist, including 20 never-before-seen images and five images featured in Working Girls.

“Robert is a talented author, brilliant curator and a dear friend. When he reached out to me almost 15 years ago regarding these striking photographs of unnamed women, I knew immediately he must have come across something extraordinary. At the time, our knowledge about the pieces was minimal – what we saw were captivating, raw and provocative images that captured the authenticity of these women’s everyday lives,” recalled Sorokko. “After more than a decade of exhaustive research executed by Robert, it was then that we confirmed our earlier impression of the uniqueness and artistic and historical significance of the photographs. Providing glimpses of modernism and insights into the culture, sociology and fashion of the times, I am proud to debut them to the world at Serge Sorokko Gallery.”

As famed burlesque dancer and Working Girls contributing writer Dita Von Teese notes, “The local photographer and his anonymous muses appear to straddle an artful titillation, at times striving toward Degas nudes and at another, more in the spirit of a strip and tease. There is beauty in even the most mundane moments.” Von Teese, along with Professor Ruth Rosen and Dennita Sewell, are among three distinguished female authors enlisted by Johnson to provide insightful essays into the significance of these photos, which are of the same subject matter explored by artists like Degas, Lautrec, and Picasso in the 19th and 20th Centuries.

In addition to their evocative, sometimes ravishing nature, the photographs present insight into the era’s fashion often spotlighting stockings as seductresses’ accessories. The various fashion ensembles highlighted in these works help to further tell the stories of the women pictured.

Johnson commented, “These images were compelling individually but as a whole, they captured an unseen world of negotiated passion in American life, written about extensively but rarely, for good reason, documented visually. Multiple feelings of curiosity and excitement came over me after finally realizing the potential importance of these photographs. There was also a recognition that their acquisition carried responsibility to find out the story, which lay hidden behind those faces and figures from another era.”

With each image carrying a persona of its own, Johnson, curious to know more, began an investigation into their origin, authorship, and purpose and unearthed an impressive trove of information about more than two hundred vintage photographs of the Reading women. From inside the brothel, posing artistically for the camera, to their off-duty routines, the images portray the depth and diversity of the subject matters while offering a deeper understanding of the private world of the Reading brothel and the women who inhabited it ». source Juxtapose

 

From Working Girls by Robert Flynn Johnson, copyright © 2018, published by Glitterati Editions , 1892 by William Goldman

From Working Girls by Robert Flynn Johnson, copyright © 2018, published by Glitterati Editions , 1892 by  William Goldman

rom Working Girls by Robert Flynn Johnson, copyright © 2018, published by Glitterati Editions , 1892 by William Goldman

rom Working Girls by Robert Flynn Johnson, copyright © 2018, published by Glitterati Editions , 1892 by William Goldman

From Working Girls by Robert Flynn Johnson, copyright © 2018, published by Glitterati Editions , 1892 by William Goldman

From Working Girls by Robert Flynn Johnson, copyright © 2018, published by Glitterati Editions , 1892 by  William Goldman

 

From Working Girls by Robert Flynn Johnson, copyright © 2018, published by Glitterati Editions , 1892 by William Goldman

From Working Girls by Robert Flynn Johnson, copyright © 2018, published by Glitterati Editions , 1892 by  William Goldman

 

From Working Girls by Robert Flynn Johnson, copyright © 2018, published by Glitterati Editions , 1892 by William Goldman

From Working Girls by Robert Flynn Johnson, copyright © 2018, published by Glitterati Editions , 1892 by  William Goldman

From Working Girls by Robert Flynn Johnson, copyright © 2018, published by Glitterati Editions , 1892 by William Goldman

From Working Girls by Robert Flynn Johnson, copyright © 2018, published by Glitterati Editions , 1892 by  William Goldman

 

 

From Working Girls by Robert Flynn Johnson, copyright © 2018, published by Glitterati Editions , 1892 by  William Goldman

From Working Girls by Robert Flynn Johnson, copyright © 2018, published by Glitterati Editions , 1892 by  William Goldman

From Working Girls by Robert Flynn Johnson, copyright © 2018, published by Glitterati Editions , 1892 by William Goldman

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Portfolio « Das Deutsche Aktwerk » ed° Bruno Schultz, 1938

nude on the beach, by Willy Zielke #1 Portfolio Das Deutsche Aktwerk edited Bruno Schultz , ed° #2 , 1940 ( first edition in 1938)

nude on the beach, by Willy Zielke #1 Portfolio Das Deutsche Aktwerk edited Bruno Schultz , ed° #2 , 1940 ( first edition in 1938)

nude on the by Heinz v. Perckhammer, 1930s plate #2 ,Portfolio Das Deutsche Aktwerk edited Bruno Schultz , ed° #2 , 1940 (first edition in 1938)

nude on the by Heinz v. Perckhammer, 1930s plate #2 ,Portfolio Das Deutsche Aktwerk edited Bruno Schultz , ed° #2 , 1940 (first edition in 1938)

Bruno Schultz- Nude, plate 3,Portfolio Das Deutsche Aktwerk edited Bruno Schultz , 1938

Bruno Schultz- Nude, plate 3,Portfolio Das Deutsche Aktwerk edited Bruno Schultz , 1938

by Usurla Lang- Kurz Nude bathing ,1930’s plate # 4 Portfolio Das Deutsche Aktwerk edited Bruno Schultz, 1938

by Usurla Lang- Kurz Nude bathing ,1930’s plate # 4 Portfolio Das Deutsche Aktwerk edited Bruno Schultz, 1938

Alfred Grabner L'Eau Basse. , 1930 plate 5 ,Portfolio Das Deutsche Aktwerk edited Bruno Schultz , 1938

Alfred Grabner L’Eau Basse. , 1930 plate 5 ,Portfolio Das Deutsche Aktwerk edited Bruno Schultz , 1938

Bruno Schultz- Nude, plate 6 ,Portfolio Das Deutsche Aktwerk edited Bruno Schultz , 1938

Bruno Schultz- Nude, plate 6 ,Portfolio Das Deutsche Aktwerk edited Bruno Schultz , 1938

ude by Josef Pecsi, Plate 7 Portfolio Das Deutsche Aktwerk edited Bruno Schultz 1938

Nude by Josef Pecsi, Plate 7 Portfolio Das Deutsche Aktwerk edited Bruno Schultz 1938

Bruno Schultz- nude Plate # 9, Portfolio Das Deutsche Aktwerk edited Bruno Schultz , 1938

Bruno Schultz- nude Plate # 9, Portfolio Das Deutsche Aktwerk edited Bruno Schultz , 1938

Nus féminins, c. 1930 by Heinz Hajek-Halke plate # 10 Portfolio Das Deutsche Aktwerk edited Bruno Schultz , ed° #2 , 1940 ( first edition in 1938)

Nus féminins, c. 1930 by Heinz Hajek-Halke plate # 10 Portfolio Das Deutsche Aktwerk edited Bruno Schultz , ed° #2 , 1940 ( first edition in 1938)

runo Schultz- nude Plate #11, Portfolio Das Deutsche Aktwerk edited Bruno Schultz , 1938

Bruno Schultz- nude Plate #11, Portfolio Das Deutsche Aktwerk edited Bruno Schultz , 1938

nude on the beach, Plate #12 Kurt Wendler Portfolio Das Deutsche Aktwerk edited Bruno Schultz ,ed° #2, 1940 (first edition in 1938)

nude on the beach, Plate #12 Kurt Wendler Portfolio Das Deutsche Aktwerk edited Bruno Schultz ,ed° #2, 1940 (first edition in 1938)

Bruno Schultz- Nude, plate 13 ,Portfolio Das Deutsche Aktwerk edited Bruno Schultz , 1938

Bruno Schultz- Nude, plate 13 ,Portfolio Das Deutsche Aktwerk edited Bruno Schultz , 1938

ranz Kepler, 1938 , Plate #14 Portfolio Das Deutsche Aktwerk edited Bruno Schultz , 1938

Franz Kepler, 1938 , Plate #14 Portfolio Das Deutsche Aktwerk edited Bruno Schultz , 1938

Nudes by Willy Zielke #15,Portfolio Das Deutsche Aktwerk edited Bruno Schultz , 1938

Nudes by Willy Zielke #15,Portfolio Das Deutsche Aktwerk edited Bruno Schultz , 1938

Bruno Schultz- Nude on the beachPlate#l 16 ,Portfolio Das Deutsche Aktwerk edited Bruno Schultz , 1938

Bruno Schultz- Nude on the beachPlate#l 16 ,Portfolio Das Deutsche Aktwerk edited Bruno Schultz , 1938

Dorothea Wilding , nude ,1930s plate 17 Portfolio Das Deutsche Aktwerk edited Bruno Schultz , 1938

Dorothea Wilding , nude ,1930s plate 17 Portfolio Das Deutsche Aktwerk edited Bruno Schultz , 1938

Max Rothkegel 1938 , Plate #18 Portfolio Das Deutsche Aktwerk edited Bruno Schultz , 1938

Max Rothkegel 1938 , Plate #18 Portfolio Das Deutsche Aktwerk edited Bruno Schultz , 1938

Bruno Schultz- nude Plate #19, Portfolio Das Deutsche Aktwerk edited Bruno Schultz , 1938

Bruno Schultz- nude Plate #19, Portfolio Das Deutsche Aktwerk edited Bruno Schultz , 1938

Nude by Willy Zielke #20,Portfolio Das Deutsche Aktwerk edited Bruno Schultz , 1938

Nude by Willy Zielke #20,Portfolio Das Deutsche Aktwerk edited Bruno Schultz , 1938

Bruno Schultz- Nude, plate 21,Portfolio Das Deutsche Aktwerk edited Bruno Schultz , 1938

Bruno Schultz- Nude, plate 21,Portfolio Das Deutsche Aktwerk edited Bruno Schultz , 1938

Nude by Trude Fleischmann plate 22 ,Portfolio Das Deutsche Aktwerk edited Bruno Schultz , 1938

Nude by Trude Fleischmann plate 22 ,Portfolio Das Deutsche Aktwerk edited Bruno Schultz , 1938

nude by Lala Aufsberg Plate#23, Portfolio Das Deutsche Aktwerk edited Bruno Schultz , ed° #2 , 1940 ( first edition in 1938)

nude by Lala Aufsberg Plate#23, Portfolio Das Deutsche Aktwerk edited Bruno Schultz , ed° #2 , 1940 ( first edition in 1938)

Nude, BY Gerart .... plate 24,Portfolio Das Deutsche Aktwerk edited Bruno Schultz , ed° #2 , 1940 ( first edition in 1938)

Nude, BY Gerart …. plate 24,Portfolio Das Deutsche Aktwerk edited Bruno Schultz , ed° #2 , 1940 ( first edition in 1938)

Portfolio Das Deutsche Aktwerk edited Bruno Schultz , ed° #2 , 1940 ( first edition in 1938)

Portfolio Das Deutsche Aktwerk edited Bruno Schultz , ed° #2 , 1940 ( first edition in 1938)

Robert Demachy

Robert Demachy– Désespoir, 1905

Robert Demachy- Timide 1905

Robert Demachy- Timide 1905

Robert Demachy- Untitled (nude), 1905 Gum bichromate print

Robert Demachy- Untitled (nude), 1905 Gum bichromate print

Robert Demachy, Buste, 1906

Robert Demachy, Buste, 1906

Robert Demachy- Severity, 1904, Gum bichromate print

Robert Demachy- Severity, 1904, Gum bichromate print

Robert Demachy- Tragic Figure , 1899 from La Photographie Est-Elle Un Art?

Robert Demachy– Tragic Figure , 1899 from La Photographie Est-Elle Un Art?

Robert Demachy -Nu , vers 1911-1914, report à l_huile RPS Collection of National Media Museum

Robert-Demachy- Nu, modele dans la position de phryne, vers 1910, ( tirage-effectué-par-Claudine-Sudre-sur-papier-Salé, en 2012

Robert-Demachy- Nu, modele dans la position de phryne, vers 1910,( tirage-effectué-par-Claudine-Sudre-sur-papier-Salé, en 2012

Robert Demachy-Nu allongé , vers 1910

Robert Demachy-Nu allongé , vers 1910

Robert Demachy-Femme voilée , vers 1910

Robert Demachy-Femme voilée , vers 1910

Robert Demachy- Hypnotisée,vers 1910

Robert Demachy- Hypnotisée,vers 1910

Robert Demachy-Rebecca,1910, tirage sur papier au gélatino-bromure d’argent, viré – noir et blanc.© musée Nicéphore Niépce

Robert Demachy- Dans l’atelier jeune modèle au bracelet1907 , tirage sur papier au gélatino-bromure d’argent, viré – noir et blanc.© musée Nicéphore Niépce

Robert Demachy- Dans l’atelier , femme en buste, 1907 , tirage sur papier au gélatino-bromure d’argent, viré – noir et blanc.© musée Nicéphore Niépce

Robert Demachy – Dans l’atelier , portrait de jeune fille tirage sur papier au gélatino-bromure d’argent, viré – noir et blanc. © musée Nicéphore Niépce

Robert Demachy- portrait de femme, plaque de verre négative au gélatino-bromure d’argent, 1905 ( positif by me)

Robert Demachy- portrait de femme, plaque de verre négative au gélatino-bromure d’argent, 1905 ( positif by me)

Robert Demachy- portrait de femme, plaque de verre négative au gélatino-bromure d’argent, 1905 ( negatif)

Robert Demachy- portrait de femme, plaque de verre négative au gélatino-bromure d’argent, 1905 ( negatif)

Robert Demachy – Dans l’atelier , Modèle féminin drapé, positif monochrome sur verre – noir et blanc Avant 1898. © musée Nicéphore Niépce

Robert Demachy-Dans l’atelier; jeune femme consultant un portfolio de gravures,avant 1900, positif monochrome sur verre – noir et blanc.© musée Nicéphore Niépce

Robert Demachy-Dans l’ atelier ; jeune fille nue debout,1er quart du 20e siècle, positif monochrome sur verre – noir et blanc.© musée Nicéphore Niépce

Robert Demachy -Femme nue debout, hanches drapées voile transparent sur la tête et le buste. Négatif gélatino-bromure nd

Robert Demachy -Femme nue debout, hanches drapées voile transparent sur la tête et le buste. Négatif gélatino-bromure nd

Robert Demachy -Femme nue debout, hanches drapées voile transparent sur la tête et le buste. Négatif gélatino-bromure nd

Robert Demachy- Quatre modèles sur l’île de Croissy,1908, positif monochrome sur verre – noir et blanc.© musée Nicéphore Niépce

Robert Demachy -Deux modèles sur l’île de Croissy 1er quart du 20e siècle Positif monochrome sur verre. © musée Nicéphore Niépce.

Robert Demachy – Modèle féminin sur une plage, Négatif au gélatino-bromure d’argent sur verre – noir et blanc Avant 1900. © musée Nicéphore Niépce

Robert Demachy- Modèle féminin sur une plage, 1900, positif monochrome sur verre – noir et blanc.© musée Nicéphore Niépce

Robert Demachy- Modèle féminin sur un rocher au bord de la mer,avant 1900, positif monochrome sur verre – noir et blanc.© musée Nicéphore Niépce

Robert Demachy-Modèle féminin debout sur un rocher au bord de la mer, 1900, positif monochrome sur verre – noir et blanc.© musée Nicéphore Niépce

Robert Demachy – Modèle féminin dans un pré,positif monochrome sur verre – noir et blanc, 1er quart du 20e siècle.. © musée Nicéphore Niépce

Robert Demachy-Modèle féminin dans un pré,1er quart du 20e siècle, positif monochrome sur verre – noir et blanc.© musée Nicéphore Niépce

Robert Demachy-Modèle féminin dans un pré, avant 1900, positif monochrome sur verre – noir et blanc.© musée Nicéphore Niépce

Robert Demachy-Modèle féminin voilé assise sur une dune, 1er quart du 20e siècle, positif monochrome sur verre.© musée Nicéphore Niépce

Robert Demachy – Modèle féminin voilé auprès d’un arbre en fleurs, Négatif au gélatino-bromure d’argent sur verre – noir et blanc,, 1er quart du 20e siècle.. © musée Nicéphore Niépce

Robert Demachy-Modèle féminin voilé auprès d’un arbre en fleurs, 1er quart du 20e siècle, positif monochrome sur verre – noir et blanc.© musée Nicéphore Niépce

Robert Demachy-Modèle féminin voilé auprès d’un arbre en fleurs, 1er quart du 20e siècle, positif monochrome sur verre – noir et blanc.© musée Nicéphore Niépce

Robert Demachy-Modèle féminin voilé auprès d’un arbre en fleurs, 1er quart du 20e siècle, positif monochrome sur verre – noir et blanc.© musée Nicéphore Niépce

Robert Demachy-Modèle féminin drapé debout dans un pré, 1er quart du 20e siècle, Négatif au gélatino-bromure d’argent sur verre – noir et blanc.© musée Nicéphore Niépce

Robert Demachy-Modèle féminin drapé debout dans un pré, 1er quart du 20e siècle, Négatif au gélatino-bromure d’argent sur verre – noir et blanc.© musée Nicéphore Niépce

Robert Demachy-Nu dans un pré, 1er quart du 20e siècle, positif monochrome sur verre – noir et blanc.© musée Nicéphore Niépce

Robert Demachy-Modèle féminin drapé au bord d’un cours d’eau, 1er quart du 20e siècle, positif monochrome sur verre – noir et blanc.© musée Nicéphore Niépce

more Here and Here and Here and Here

and his Autochromes on BNF

Alphonse Maria Mucha – Modèles

« Mucha began to take photographs in the early 1880s, probably in Vienna, with a borrowed camera. It was not until he had gained some recognition in Paris and sufficient funds that he purchased his first camera. Mucha’s photographic output grew dramatically after his move to a large studio in the rue du Val de Grâce in 1896. In the new studio, where he had considerably more light thanks to large windows and a glass ceiling, he photographed on a virtually daily basis.

Between 1896 and the early 1900s Mucha made a remarkable series of photographs of the models posing for him. The use of photography as an inexpensive medium for preliminary studies was common among Mucha’s Parisian contemporaries. However, Mucha’s photographs are more than just an alternative to sketches because they also capture the inimitable atmosphere of Mucha’s studio – a world of art in its own right. It was in his studio that that Mucha entertained countless Parisian artists, writers and musicians. It was also the setting for one of the earliest cinematic projections given by the Lumière brothers, whom Mucha had met in 1895, and for psychic experiments with Camille Flammarion and Albert de Rochas. In the background of the studies of models, examples of Mucha’s work may be seen, surrounded by his collection of objets d’art, books and furniture, many of which survive to this day.

The majority of Mucha’s Parisian photographs were not taken for a specific project – he preferred to improvise a number of poses in front of the camera, creating an archive of variants from which he could select what he considered most suitable for the subject of each new commission. However, some photographs were obviously directed, with his friends and models posing as characters for book illustration. Later this practice grew into a part of his experimentation with his models to express his philosophical ideas through theatrical poses and gestures.

Mucha’s theatrical approach culminated in his preparatory work for the Slav Epic canvases. Before working on each canvas Mucha produced numerous staged photographs documenting costumed models posing under his ‘theatre’ directions. From these photographs he selected appropriate images and synthesised them to create a complicated historical event on a single canvas. Although the images were intended as studies for his final paintings, Mucha’s approach to image-making has much in common with filmmaking.
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Alphonse Maria Mucha – Model in studio, 1900s From the book  “Osobnosti české fotografie  I », by  Fárová Anna 1974, ed° UPM Praha typo by Libor Fara © Alphonse Mucha Trust

Alphonse Maria Mucha -Model , Studio du Val de grâce for Documents Décoratifs, Paris,  1900 © Alphonse Mucha Trust

Alphonse Maria Mucha -Model , Studio du Val de grâce for Documents Décoratifs, Paris, 1900 © Alphonse Mucha Trust

Alphonse Maria Mucha -Model , Studio du Val de grâce for Documents Décoratifs, Paris,  1900 © Alphonse Mucha Trust

Alphonse Maria Mucha -Model , Studio du Val de grâce for Documents Décoratifs, Paris, 1900 © Alphonse Mucha Trust

Alphonse Maria Mucha -Model , Studio du Val de grâce for Documents Décoratifs, Paris,  1900 © Alphonse Mucha Trust

Alphonse Maria Mucha -Model , Studio du Val de grâce for Documents Décoratifs, Paris, 1900 © Alphonse Mucha Trust

Alphonse Maria Mucha -  Model-Study for Figures Decoratives Rue du Val de Grace, 1901© Alphonse Mucha Trust

Alphonse Maria Mucha – Model-Study for Figures Decoratives Rue du Val de Grace, 1901© Alphonse Mucha Trust

Alphonse Maria Mucha - Model for Medee -1898 (1)

Alphonse Maria Mucha – Model for Medee -1898 (1)

Alphonse Maria Mucha - -Model for Medee ,1898 © Alphonse Mucha Trust

Alphonse Maria Mucha – -Model for Medee ,1898 © Alphonse Mucha Trust

Alphonse Maria Mucha -  Model posing , 1898-89

Alphonse Maria Mucha – Model posing , 1898-89 © Alphonse Mucha Trust

Alphonse Mucha - Model study , 1898-89

Alphonse Maria Mucha -Model posing in Mucha’s studio, Rue du Val de Grâce, Paris (1902-1903) © Alphonse Mucha Trust

Alphonse Maria Mucha - Model called “La Bise”, pour Cocorico N 3 du 1er fevrier 1899.© Alphonse Mucha Trust

Alphonse Maria Mucha – Model called “La Bise”, pour Cocorico N 3 du 1er fevrier 1899.© Alphonse Mucha Trust

Alphonse Maria Mucha -H ands pose  Paris,  1908 © Alphonse Mucha Trust

Alphonse Maria Mucha -Hands pose Paris, 1908 © Alphonse Mucha Trust

Alphonse Maria Mucha -Ce modèle servit à illustrer l’article de Maurice Pillard Verneuil De l’emploi de la couleur en impression Trois impressions paru en 1902 dans Art et Décoration. Atelier Mucha, Paris, 1900. © Alphonse Mucha Trust

Alphonse Maria Mucha –  Photographie du modèle , Atelier Mucha, Paris. 1900 m^me chose que la photo précédente  Ce modèle servit à illustrer l’article de Maurice Pillard Verneuil De l’emploi de la couleur en impression Trois impressions paru en 1902 dans Art et Décoration © Alphonse Mucha Trust

Alphonse Maria Mucha -Model , Studio du Val de grâce, Paris, 1900 © Alphonse Mucha Trust (2)

Alphonse Maria Mucha -Model , Studio du Val de grâce, Paris, 1900 © Alphonse Mucha Trust

Alphonse Maria Mucha -Model , Studio du Val de grâce, Paris, 1901

Alphonse Maria Mucha -Model , Studio du Val de grâce, Paris, 1901

Alphonse Maria Mucha -Model , Studio du Val de grâce, Paris, 1900 © Alphonse Mucha Trust

Alphonse Maria Mucha -Model , Studio du Val de grâce, Paris, 1900 © Alphonse Mucha Trust

Alphonse Maria Mucha -Model , Studio du Val de grâce, Paris, 1899 © Alphonse Mucha Trust

Alphonse Maria Mucha -Model , Studio du Val de grâce, Paris, 1899 © Alphonse Mucha Trust

Alphonse Maria Mucha -Model , Studio du Val de grâce, Paris, 1900 © Alphonse Mucha Trust (3)

Alphonse Maria Mucha -Model , Studio du Val de grâce, Paris, 1900 © Alphonse Mucha Trust

Alphonse Maria Mucha -Model , Studio du Val de grâce, Paris, 1900 © Alphonse Mucha Trust

Alphonse Maria Mucha -Model , Studio du Val de grâce, Paris, 1900 © Alphonse Mucha Trust

Alphonse Maria Mucha -Model , Studio du Val de grâce, Paris, 1900 © Alphonse Mucha Trust

Alphonse Maria Mucha -Model , Studio du Val de grâce, Paris, 1900 © Alphonse Mucha Trust

Alphonse Maria Mucha -Model , Studio du Val de grâce, Paris, 1_çè © Alphonse Mucha Trust

Alphonse Maria Mucha -Model , Studio du Val de grâce, Paris, 1897 © Alphonse Mucha Trust

Alphonse Maria Mucha -Model , Studio du Val de grâce, Paris, 1899 © Alphonse Mucha Trust (4)

Alphonse Maria Mucha -Model , Studio du Val de grâce, Paris, 1899 © Alphonse Mucha Trust

Alphonse Maria Mucha - Model posing  1918 © Alphonse Mucha Trust

Alphonse Maria Mucha – Model posing 1918 © Alphonse Mucha Trust

Alphonse Maria Mucha – Reclining Half-Nude Model, posing, nd, (1890s) © Alphonse Mucha Trust

Alphonse Maria Mucha –  Model Draped in a Shawl posed against Mucha posters, after 1896 © Alphonse Mucha Trust

Alphonse Maria Mucha -Model (  to illustrated the E. Gebhart New York , 1908   © Alphonse Mucha Trust

Alphonse Maria Mucha -Miss Reichl (Max Reinhardt’s Company’s leading actress) posing for ‘Tragedy’, a German Theatre mural, in Mucha’s studio, New York 1908 © Alphonse Mucha Trust

Alphonse Maria Mucha -Studio photography  His Daughter 1925s© Alphonse Mucha Trust

Alphonse Maria Mucha -Studio photography His Daughter 1925s© Alphonse Mucha Trust

Alphonse Maria Mucha - 1919© Alphonse Mucha Trust

Alphonse Maria Mucha – 1919© Alphonse Mucha Trust

Alphonse Marie Mucha, 1908© Alphonse Mucha Trust

Alphonse Marie Mucha, 1908© Alphonse Mucha Trust

Alphonse Maria Mucha  and his daughter, Jaroslava 1926 © Alphonse Mucha Trust (2)

Alphonse Maria Mucha and his daughter, Jaroslava 1926 © Alphonse Mucha Trust

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