Georges de Feure (1868-1928) was a Franco-Dutch Art Nouveau painter and designer. He began as a representative of the Symbolist movement, and then drifted into the emerging Art Nouveau. Feure studied under Jules Cheret in Paris and created posters with vivid, fluid colors that captivated viewers. Eventually, Feure moved on to more lucrative creations in glass, porcelain, silver, furniture, and jewelry.
The Door of Dreams (1897-98) reveals Feure's Symbolist mysticism.
Swan Lake shows the fluidity that an imaginative watercolorist can execute.