Alphonse Mucha often painted members of his own family, especially his wife, daughter and son. This Portrait of Jaroslava is inside the exhibit, “Alphonse Mucha: Inspirations of Art Nouveau,” at the National Czech & Slovak Museum & Library through Dec. 31. © Mucha Trust 2012

Alphonse Mucha often painted members of his own family, especially his wife, daughter and son. This Portrait of Jaroslava is inside the exhibit, “Alphonse Mucha: Inspirations of Art Nouveau,” at the National Czech & Slovak Museum & Library through Dec. 31.
© Mucha Trust 2012

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