Win exclusive access to the 'Alphonse Mucha: In Quest of Beauty' exhibition & a luxury overnight stay in Liverpool
Around 100 works by Mucha will go on display in the exhibition from 16 June to 29 October, showcasing some of his most famous works of the Art Nouveau movement.
Czech-born Alphonse Mucha is recognised as one of the most prominent Art Nouveau artists and this major touring exhibition from the Mucha Foundation explores the work of the artist around the theme of beauty; the core principle underlying his artistic philosophy.
With display pieces primarily drawn from the Mucha Trust collection, the exhibition will include drawings, paintings, photographs, a rare Mucha sculpture, and some of the artist’s most celebrated poster designs synonymous with the Art Nouveau style of the end of the 19th century, including Gismonda; the artist’s first poster design promoting the actress Sarah Bernhardt.
A number of key ‘aesthetic’ and Art Nouveau works from National Museum Liverpool’s own collections will also feature within the exhibition as well as a selection of sculptures by Auguste Rodin, a companion of Mucha’s.
'Alphonse Mucha: In Quest of Beauty'
16 June to 29 October 2017
Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool
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Win exclusive access to the exhibition and a Liverpool break
We are giving you the chance to be some of the first people to see the exhibition on Thursday 15th June, where you will also receive a copy of the exhibition catalogue and an exclusive Walker Art Gallery gift bag.
Our prize will also include a luxury overnight stay in Liverpool with breakfast and dinner, along with £250 to spend.
For the chance to win answer the question below before 23:59 on Monday 29th May.
As one of the eight National Museums Liverpool, the Walker Art Gallery is one of Europe's finest galleries.
The collection of venues - containing everything from Impressionist paintings and rare beetles to a lifejacket from the Titanic - includes the International Slavery Museum, Lady Lever Art Gallery, Merseyside Maritime Museum, Museum of Liverpool, Sudley House, Border Force National Museum, Walker Art Gallery and World Museum.