Jaroslav Šetelík (1881-1955) View Of Prague Praha Setelik flag

Jaroslav Šetelík (1881-1955) View Of Prague Praha Setelik
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"Jaroslav Šetelík (1881-1955) View Of Prague Praha Setelik"
Jaroslav Šetelík
(Tibor 1881 - Prague 1955)
View of Praha
Oil on canvas
H. 65 cm; L. 75.5 cm

Signed lower right Jaroslav Setelik studied with Liška at the School of Applied Arts, then at the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague with Professor Ottenfeld at the dawn of the 20th century. Following this training, he traveled across Europe and settled for a few years in France and then in Italy for a longer study stay. Her work focuses on landscape painting, including many monumental formats, as well as studies on the motif of the forests and mountains encountered. His numerous trips become important sources of inspiration. During his stay in the Netherlands from 1921 to 1922, he produced 40 paintings intended for the promotion of Dutch cities, and commissioned by the State. Today, Setelik is mainly known for his paintings representing Prague in all its forms and moods. He mainly paints views of Old Prague in an impressionist or even symbolist atmosphere. At the turn of the 1920s and 1930s, he created, among other things, a series of Prague watercolors, of which he held a major exhibition in 1932 at the Topič fair in Prague. He also occasionally devoted himself to mural painting and illustration, and published his drawings in newspapers in his favorite city. Setelik is present in the collections of the National Gallery.
Price : 5400 €
Artist : Jaroslav Šetelík
Period:20th Century
Style:Modern Art
Condition : Parfait état

Material : Huile sur toile
Length: 65 cm hors cadre
Width : 75,5 cm hors cadre

Reference : 644331
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