(154cm x 62cm)
Peacocks Panel was designed in 1903 by the Art Nouveau illustrator, Alfred Muller (1869-1939). This panel is one of a set of six illustrated by Muller. The artwork beautifully captures the grace of the peacocks as they are set in a background of highly detailed plants and flowers. Muller was known for his meticulous depiction of wildlife and flora.
Alfred Muller was born in Livorno, Italy and trained as an illustrator and painter in Florence before moving to France at the turn of the century. Muller produced over 200 etchings and 100 drawings from 1896-1906. He was a contributor to Cocorico, the French graphic arts magazine founded by Steinlen. Muller also produced a separate body of work as an accomplished painter. He was influenced by Impressionism and was acquainted with many important artists including Renoir, Pissarro, and Cezanne. He was also a distant relative of famed poster illustrator, Leonetto Cappiello.
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