These images are of a series from Alphonse Mucha featuring the personifications of the four seasons in his ever recognizable style. His use of the female form in his works has a corellation with the theme of nature, both having soft shapes and curves. The female form is also often used to depict the concept of fertility. Mucha does well in capturing the types of personalities these seasons may exhibit through their wardrobe, poses, and the accompanying plant life in their respective backgrounds: from the concealed, almost shy winter to Summer's luxurious, radiating warmth. The floral style also provides a fitting framework for the pieces, separating them but also linking them all at the same time.