The coronation of the Serbian Tsar Stefan Dušan as East Roman Emperor, 1926.

Alphonse Mucha - The coronation of the Serbian Tsar Stephan Dusan as East Roman Emperor - part of the 20 canvas work - The Slav Epic

The Bulgarian Tsar Simeon: The Morning Star of Slavonic Literature, 1923.

Alphonse Mucha ~ THE SLAV EPIC: Mucha began this series in 1910 and continued working on them into the early

"After the Battle of Grunwald: The Solidarity of the Northern Slavs," 1924. The alliance of the Kingdom of Poland and the Grand Duchy of Lithuania decisively defeated the German–Prussian Teutonic Knights, led by Grand Master Ulrich von Jungingen. Most of the Teutonic Knights' leadership were killed or taken prisoner.

After the Battle of Grunwald - Alfons Mucha - Slovanská epopej – Wikipedie

The Bohemian King Přemysl Otakar II: The Union of Slavic Dynasties, 1924.

The Bohemian King Přemysl Otakar II: The Union of Slavic Dynasties x 405 cm) 1924

Slavs in their Original Homeland: Between the Turanian Whip and the sword of the Goths, 1912.

killallskellys: “smbhax: “Alfons Mucha The Slav Epic - cycles 1 though 10 are here) tempera on canvas 1912 to 1926 ” ” My favorite Muchas’, they have it all

Alphonse Mucha at work on his 20-painting series, which he considered to be his life's masterwork.

Bluehour Studio The Art and Illustration of Debbie Styer: Art Hero: Alphonse Mucha in his studio working on his "Slavic epic"

Jan Milíč of Kroměříž: A Brothel Converted to a Convent, 1916.

The Slav Epic - Jan Milíč of Kroměříž - A Brothel Converted to a Convent

Slavs in their Original Homeland: Between the Turanian Whip and the sword of the Goths, 1912.

The Primeval Slavs: Between the Turanian Whip and the Gothic Sword from the cycle, “The Slavonic Epic“, nr 2 Alfons Maria Mucha 1912


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