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Antonín Hudeček (1872-1941) | Plein Air painter

Antonín Hudeček was a Czech landscape painter.
After completing his primary education in Roudnice, he studied at the Academy of Fine Arts, Prague, with Maximilian Pirner and Václav Brožík; devoting himself mostly to figure painting.
From 1891-1893, he continued his studies in Munich with Otto Seitz. He opened a workshop in Prague in 1895.
Shortly after, he joined a group of painters, led by Julius Mařák, that went for plein aire painting excursions; mostly in the area around Okoř.

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Pavel Bergr, 1957 | Imaginative painter

Pavel Bergr was born in the city of Usti nad Labem, Czech Republic. He spent his childhood in a Gothic castle in Střekov and a Renaissance palace in Libochovice.
He studied glass making and blowing at the Shool of Glasses in Zelezny Brod, illustration and graphic design at the School of Applied Arts in Prague and at the "Accademia di Belle Arti Pietro Vannucci", in Perugia, Italy.
Member of the International Imaginative Artists Association (IIAA).
Since 1986 Bergr realizes more than 40 individual exhibitoins: Czech and Slovak Republic, Germany, Austria.

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Jakub Schikaneder (1855-1924) | Impressionistic nocturnes

Jakub Schikaneder came from the family of a German customs office clerk. Despite the family's poor background, he was able to pursue his studies, thanks in part to his family's love of art; an ancestor was Urban Schikaneder, the elder brother of the librettist Emanuel Schikaneder.
After having completed his studies in Prague and Munich 1871-1879, Schikaneder, alongside Emanuel Krescenc Liška, was involved in the furnishing of the royal box in the National Theatre in Prague; however, this work was lost in a fire in 1881.

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Alphonse Mucha (1860-1939) | Art Nouveau painter

Czech painter🎨, illustrator and graphic artist, Alphonse Maria Mucha is most often remembered for the prominent role he played in shaping the aesthetics of French Art Nouveau🎨 at the turn of the century.
He produced illustrations, advertisements, decorative panels, and designs, which became among the best-known images of the period.

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Vladimir Volegov and Jaroslav Seifert

Prima che asciughino quei due o tre baci
sulla fronte
e qui e lí,
ti chinerai per bere
acqua d’argento dallo specchio,
e se nessuno ti starà a guardare
ti toccherai le labbra con la bocca.

C’è un tempo in cui piú svelto delle dita
che lo scultore passa sulla creta
il sangue impaziente ti modella
il corpo dal di dentro.

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Jaroslav Seifert | Fragment of a Letter / Frammento di una lettera

All night rain lashed the windows.
I couldn’t go to sleep.
So I switched on the light
and wrote a letter.

Per tutta la notte la pioggia sferzava le finestre.
Non potrei andare a dormire
Quindi ho acceso la luce
e ho scritto una lettera.

Victor Nizovtsev

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Czech Artists | Sitemap

Alphonse Mucha (Czech Art Nouveau Printmaker, 1860-1939)

Czech art is the visual and plastic arts that have been created in the present day Czech Republic and the various states that occupied the Czech lands in the preceding centuries.
The Czech lands have produced artists that have gained recognition throughout the world, including Alfons Mucha, widely regarded as one of the key exponents of the Art Nouveau style, and František Kupka, a pioneer of abstract art.
The lands now forming the Czech Republic have produced several important finds of prehistoric art, notably the Venus of Dolní Věstonice, a pottery Venus figurine dated to 29,000-25,000 BC, and a distinct style of Celtic art.

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František Drtikol (1883-1961) | Symbolist /Visionary photographer

František Drtikol was a Czech photographer of international renown. He is especially known for his characteristically epic photographs and portraits.
From 1907-1910 he had his own studio, until 1935 he operated an important portrait photo studio in Prague on the fourth floor of one of Prague's remarkable buildings, a Baroque corner house at 9 Vodičkova, now demolished. Jaroslav Rössler, an important avant-garde photographer, was one of his pupils.