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These four beautiful women form one of Mucha's highly successful panel sets. The original aquarelles of two of The Flowers, the Carnation and the Iris were exhibited in Mucha's Salon des Cent exhibition which opened in June of 1897, under catalog numbers 94 and 95, but the entire set did not become available until sometime in mid-1898. Champenois printed 1000 of each of them on vellum and they sold at 40 francs for the set of four. For this variation, in 1900, Mucha put all four panels on a single sheet. The four panels are arranged on a handsomely decorated background pattern and provided with two pedestal-like oblong supports

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