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Tag / Art | Design
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Michal Trpák is a sculpture/painter born in České Budějovice in 1982. His eye catching art can be found all over public areas in Prague, and whether it be in a office space, a restaurant, or on the street, its contemporary style remains. Though all of his art is unique and beautiful in its own way, his...
Today we are looking at an extraordinary vintage Mid-Century Sklo Union Czech pressed clear glass vase by Rosice Glassworks. The piece was designed by Vladislav Urban in 1968, and this is pattern number 617. I located this auction today and I wanted to share. This extraordinary vase features Vladislav Urban’s hallmark formed abstract geometric patterns...
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Petr Johannes Brandl (1668-1735) was one of the greatest Baroque painters in Bohemia during his time. Though he painted many beautiful biblical scenes, today we will be taking a look at some of his portraits, because whether they were  of noblemen, peasants, or saints – the lifelike expressions he captured were beautiful. You don’t have...
Josef Kočí (Koci) was born on July 16, 1880 in Brno and died in 1961. He was a painter, printmaker, graphic artist and illustrator. His ancestral roots can be traced to Milivice na Volyňsku, today known as Milejovice. The little village is located in the district of Strakonice, in the Southern Bohemian Region. As of 2006,...
Today we’re taking a trip down memory lane for those who used to smoke. Czech’s have always been wonderful artists, illustrators and designers and these Czech cigarette box covers show the various different styles that the tobacco companies produced. Some look like popular American brands, others have a more Soviet feel while some carry absolute...
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Antoš Frolka (1877 – 1935), was widely known as a painter of the Czech and Slovak National Revival, a cultural movement which took part in the Czech lands during the 18th and 19th century. The sole purpose of this movement was to revive Czech language, culture and national identity and in his paintings, we see that...
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With all of the unique gothic, baroque, and art nouveau style architecture that occupies Prague’s streets it is no wonder that built into these buildings are actual works of art, seriously haunting ornaments and decorations of sculptures, statues, and grotesque faces and figures. These architectural sculptures are everywhere, on the roofs and outsides of all of...