Art Nouveau Stained Glass

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    Art nouveau stained glass window from the Smith Museum of Stained Glass at Navy Pier in Chicago, Illinois. One of a set representing the four seasons; this is Summer. The designer is not known with certainty, but it is believed that Alphonse Mucha designed the four panels.

    Tenuous Link: Art Nouveau.

    1. Farl 95 months ago | reply

      what a brilliant scene-the painting quality is topnotch

    2. Lazy B 95 months ago | reply

      We used to have posters like this hanging on the walls in the 70s.

      Your photos of stained glass panels are excellent Terrence.

    3. Greggsfinder General [deleted] 95 months ago | reply

      Another corker from your collection, thanks for the mind expansion.

    4. shimmertje 95 months ago | reply

      This is lovely. I like Mucha.

    5. Atelier Teee - 3 million views and counting 95 months ago | reply

      Thanks to all for the comments and the faves.

      Steve--I remember those posters done in the style of Alphonse Mucha; I think some were used by Rock groups such as Pink Floyd at that time. I also have a book of posters by David Lance Goines who used the style in advertising for Chez Panisse and other clients in the 1970's.

    6. Art Chart 95 months ago | reply

      Oh yeah, really cool. Love these. Dig up photos of those windows you did in the '70s, if you have them, Zanador; I'd love to see them.

    7. Pug! 87 months ago | reply

      sexy stained glass! (never thought i'd see those words together)
      Free Association

    8. ingagirl 75 months ago | reply

      Simply stunning!

    9. guck_amol_do [deleted] 71 months ago | reply

      Hallo, ich bin der Administrator der Gruppe Staind Glass, und wir würden uns freuen, wenn Du dies zu unserer Gruppe hinzufügen würdest.


    10. rogiro 57 months ago | reply

      Yes, this is typically Mucha. I love his work, and especially the Summer paintings.

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