The Tarot Mucha pays homage to the Czech Art Nouveau artist, Alphonse Mucha. The 78 cards re-interpret the tarot scenes in his flowery, elegant and iconic style. Published in a deluxe edition, with a solid box and bound companion book.
Giulia F. Massaglia
Tarot Deck - 78 Cards - Lo Scarabeo 2014
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Tarot Mucha review by medusawink
The Belle Epoque (1871 – 1914) was a period of European history typified by social, scientific, and artistic exploration and advances. The artistic movement most commonly associated with this period of history is Art Nouveau, and the works of Alphonse Mucha (1860-1939) are some of the most instantly recognisable exemplars is of this fluid, organic art style. Many of Mucha's works were commercial, aimed at selling everything from cigarettes to bicycles, and he was the exclusive creator of theatrical superstar Sarah Bernhardt's production posters.
Mucha produced hundreds of his highly stylised, idiosyncratic works during the course of his career so there is a treasure trove of images for artists Giulia Massaglia and Barbara Nosenzo to use in creating the Tarot Mucha. Rather than si... read more reviews.
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More About These CardsName: Tarot Mucha
Creators: Lunaea Weatherstone, Massimiliano Filadoro, Giulia F. Massaglia
Publisher: Lo Scarabeo 2014
Deck Type: Tarot Deck
Major Arcana: 22
Minor Arcana: 56
Court Cards: Knave, Knight, Queen, King
Card Size: 2.80 x 4.72 in. = 7.10cm x 12.00cm
Card Language: None
Card Back: Non-reversible
Back Design: Art nouveau style illustration of a women holding flowers and fruit.
Companion Material: 128-page bound, full-colour companion book in English, Italian, Spanish, French, German and Russian. The English section is written by Lunaea Weatherstone.