‘Primula Vera’ (Lo Hesse), 1920

Walter Schnackenberg :: Ballet und Pantomime ‘Primula Vera’ (Lo Hesse), plate # 7, 1920. | src 1st dibs “Schnackenberg was a regular contributor to the German magazines Jugend and Simplicissimus before devoting himself to the design of stage scenery and costumes. In the artist’s theatrical work, his mastery of form, ornamentation, and Orientalism became increasingly evident. He excelled at combining fluid Art Nouveau outlines, with spiky Expressionist passages, and the postures and patterns of the mysterious East.” (quoted from source)

Melancholy, Pain, Resignation

Alfredo Baruffi :: La Melanconia, Il Dolore, La Rassegnazione. | Melancholy, Pain ans Resignation, 1905. | src Italia Liberty on Google Arts & Culture
A. Baruffi :: La Melanconia, Il Dolore, La Rassegnazione. | src Italia Liberty on Google Arts & Culture

Les Chansons Eternelles (1898)

Paul Redonnel :: Les Chansons Eternelles. Nouvelle edition illustrée. Paris, Bibliothéque Artistique et Littéraire, 1898. The illustrations include lithographs by Mucha, Berchmans, Lobel, Cause and etchings by Ranft, Heran and Rassenfosse. | src Bassenge Auktionen

Scene im Äades, 1896

Wilhelm Schade :: Scene im Äades. Jugend: Münchner illustrierte Wochenschrift für Kunst und Leben, 1896, Band 2, Heft 50, Seite 815. | src Universtitätsbibliothek Heidelberg
Scene im Äades. Kain: “Gehört die Schlange nicht der Gattung an, die sich gesonnt hat unter’m Baum des Paradieses?” / Lucifer: “Ei, Deine Mutter Eva muzt, Du fragen, was für ‘ne Art von Schlange sie versucht!”
Scene in the Äades. Cain: “Doesn’t the snake belong to the species that sunbathed under the tree of paradise?” / Lucifer: “Well, your mother Eva must, you ask what kind of snake she tries!” (Lord Byron, “Kain”)

Femme à la marguerite

Alphonse Mucha :: Femme à la marguerite, 1899-1900. 3 tissus imprimés: impression au cylindre sur velours de coton, polychrome. | src Bibliothèque Forney

Nymphette on a Rock

Alphonse Mucha :: Nymphette on a Rock, from Documents Decoratifs par A.M.Mucha published by Librairie Centrale des Beaux Arts. Paris, France, 1902-03. | src V&A Museum

Nymph, 1902-03

Alphonse Mucha :: Nymph in front of a Daffodil frieze, from Documents Decoratifs par A.M.Mucha and published by Librairie Centrale des Beaux Arts. Paris, France, 1902-03. | src V&A Museum

Gismonda and La Samaritaine

Alphonse Mucha :: Gismonda & La Samaritaine. (Sarah Bernhardt), 1890s. From: Posters; a critical study of the development of poster design in continental Europe, England and America by Charles Matlack Price (1913) New York: G.W. Bricka. | src Smithsonian Libraries @ internet archive