Art and Faith, Too

Sunday, 20 November 2011

Alfons Maria Mucha. The Primeval Slavs: Between the Turanian Whip and the Gothic Sword (from the Cycle, “The Slavonic Epic”, nr 1). 1912

The Primeval Slavs: Between the Turanian Whip and the Gothic Sword

from the cycle, “The Slavonic Epic“, nr 2

Alfons Maria Mucha

1912

Alfons Maria Mucha. The Celebration of Svantovit on Rujána: When Gods Fight, Salvation is in the Arts (from the Cycle, “The Slavonic Epic”, nr 2). 1912

The Celebration of Svantovit on Rujána: When Gods Fight, Salvation is in the Arts

from the cycle, “The Slavonic Epic“, nr 2

Alfons Maria Mucha

1912

Alfons Maria Mucha. The Introduction of the Slavonic Liturgy in Great Moravia: To Praise the Lord in One’s Native Tongue (from the Cycle, “The Slavonic Epic”, nr 3). 1912

The Introduction of the Slavonic Liturgy in Great Moravia: To Praise the Lord in One’s Native Tongue

from the cycle, “The Slavonic Epic“, nr 3

Alfons Maria Mucha

1912

Alfons Maria Mucha. Bulgarian Tsar Simeon: The Founder of Slavonic Literature (from the Cycle, “The Slavonic Epic”, nr 4). 1923

Bulgarian Tsar Simeon: The Founder of Slavonic Literature

from the cycle, “The Slavonic Epic“, nr 4

Alfons Maria Mucha

1923

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