Mucha Correspondence Set

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Alphonse Mucha was born in Moravia (present day Czechia) in 1860. He went to Paris in 1887 to work as an artist and illustrator, with modest success. All that changed in 1894 when he met the world famous actress Sarah Bernhardt. His poster designs for her established him as the defining voice of the Art Nouveau period. He went on to become internationally famous with his lush images featuring beautiful, modern women. 

Explore Mucha's oeuvre with this beautifully printed correspondence set. Open the box to find 40 sheets of A5 writing paper with 4 different designs (printed on one side). Also included are 20 matching envelopes with 2 different designs, 8 greeting cards in 4 different designs, and 30 assorted stickers and labels.

Manufactured by Pepin Press. Box measures 9 x 6.75 x 1.5 inches.

*Please note the limited writing space to address the envelopes; they're not ideal for mailing by themselves. Instead they are perfect for including in a gift package or using as a hand delivered note to a friend, colleague, or loved one.


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