These Disney Princesses Drawn in Art Nouveau Style Are Simply Stunning

We see a lot of pretty amazing fan art these days, but it’s not too often that we come across something that looks right out of a museum! Artist Hannah Alexander took her inspiration from the work of Czech artist Alphonse Mucha, one of the pioneers of art nouveau in the late 1800s. His style involved a lot of flowers and flowing dresses and hair — if that sounds like a style well-suited to Disney princesses, well, just see for yourself!

If you’re as much in love with this series as we are, be sure to check out the rest of Hannah’s work — you can see more on her Facebook and Instagram!

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Rapunzel looks gorgeous, but we’re just as impressed by the artful way she was able to make her hair as long as she did!

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Snow White in her element, surrounded by bluebirds and flowers!

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Belle out in nature with a book, ball gown and all, because she’s just that awesome.

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Hannah surrounded Alice with poppies for sleep and daisies for innocence — and with tea and a white rabbit, of course!

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Poppies for sleepiness are also around Aurora. Like us, Disney princesses understand the importance of sleep!

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We love the mischievous look Merida has here with her bow!

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Jasmine looks beautiful here in her palace with Rajah!

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Hannah low-key hid some frogs in this beautiful drawing of Tiana!

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We love the choice of sunflowers for Pocahontas!

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Elsa looks great in her ice palace. We really like the splash of color added by the cardinals!

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Hannah used lotus flowers for human Ariel to represent rebirth!

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This is a gorgeous version of the underappreciated Megara!

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Hannah debated whether or not to include Mulan’s sword — we’re glad she ended up doing it!

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