If you are interested in collecting Vintage Advertizing Posters, this item is for you. "The jovial beer drinker has her long flowing tresses adorned with some appropriate beer ingredients, including barley stalks and green hops, and large field poppy flowers indigenous to north-eastern France. This is another of Mucha's characteristic designs featuring a beauty, semicircular and circular motifs, and artfully meandering hair...This was the poster chosen by A. Willette in an amusing caricature (a supplement to Mâitre de l'Affiche) in which he drew a little girl kneeling before this Mucha masterpiece, assuming it to be a picture of a saint (see SP.PL.11)"(Rennert/Weill p.126) Reproduction of original poster from "Les Maitre de L'Affiches" series printed by Imprimerie Chaix, Paris, 1899. Alphonse Maria Mucha is most remembered for the leading role he played in shaping aesthetics of French Art Nouveau at the turn of the century. His style was based on love of sinuous curves and flowing lines; on the ease with which he abstracted and stylized motifs from natural world into curvilinear decorative elements. Professionally framed in a stylish real wood traditional gold frame with a leaf design around the outer perimeter of the frame -- it's ready to be hung.