Try not talking like a retarded nazi then.
"Mucha's role as a Slav nationalist and Freemason made him a prime target. He was arrested, interrogated for several days, and released. By then his health was broken. He contracted pneumonia and died on 14 July 1939 10 days short of his 79th birthday, a few weeks before the outbreak of the Second World War. Though public gatherings were banned, a huge crowd attended his interment in the Slavín Monument of Vyšehrad cemetery, reserved for notable figures in Czech culture."
I've got a Mucha on my wall btw, not half a meter from a titty calender from '16. I hope you manage to cope.https://m.media-amazon.com/images/I/41H2cuXIIzL._AC_.jpg