42 West 17th Street, 2nd Floor
New York, NY 10011
(212) 645-0808 phone
(212) 924-7978 fax
Works by:

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec

Alphonse Mucha

Jules Chéret

Leonetto Cappiello

PAL (Jean de Paléologue)

A. M. Cassandre

Paul Colin

Bernard Villemot

Théophile Gustave Steinlen

Entertainment & Theatre

Food & Drink


Auto & Cycle

Other Advertising

Horizontal Posters


French Posters, Jules Cheret, Art Prints, Belle Epoque, Art, Posters, Prints, Paintings, 1900, Turn of the Century, Toulouse , Lautrec, Art, Art Prints, Prints, Henri Toulouse-Lautrec, Lautrec, Art, Cappiello, Cassandre, Old Masters, French Masters, Art, Prints, Lithographs, Art Lithographs, Lithos, Litho, Art, Pictures, Framing, PAL, Chocolat, Wine, Food, Drink, Liquor, Liqueur, Milk, Girls, Boys, Women, Men, Clothes, Steinlen, Opera, Posters, Theater, Theatre, Music, Posters, Travel, Cote d'Azur, Beach, Ocean, Sea, Sun, Skiing, Travel, Europe, European, Vintage Posters, Antiques Posters, Posters, Antiques, Old Posters, Mucha, Art Noveau, Art Deco, Artists, Artistic, France This poster was prepared by Mucha for the first exhibition of the complete Slav Epic cycle, 20 huge paintings, and its official transfer to the City of Prague as a donation by the artist. The exhibition took place between September 23 and October 31, 1928, coinciding with the 10th anniversary of the Czechoslovak Republic which was also being created at this time. For the top half of the poster, Mucha took a portion of one of the pictures that comprised the Slav Epic, 'An Oath Under the Slav Linden Tree'. The mythical figure in the background is Svantovit, the supreme god in Slav mythology, who had three faces representing the past, the present and the future. His emblems were a sword, which he is holding in his right hand, and a horn (used as a drinking cup).

Click here to return to Mucha's posters