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Praha, 1993
Artist: Jiří Votruba
Medium: Print
Size: 70 cm x 78 cm

Jiří Votruba (1946) is a Czech painter, illustrator, and graphic designer - artist with characteristic style. His paintings were presented at almost 50 exhibitions all around the world. His work is divided into various themes, in recent years he is fascinated by consumer society and its attractivity.

Graphical design of Jiří Votruba is easily recognizable. He is well known for his works with theme of historical Prague. His design works dedicated to classical music get a lot of attention especially in Japan.


He is also known for his artwork commonly found on t-shirts, mugs, and posters in shops throughout Prague, Czech Republic including depictions of Franz Kafka, Mozart, and various Prague scenes and themes.

In the middle of the composition, the picture shows the Charles Bridge (the most known monument of Prague), which occupies the whole width of the art work. Behind the Charles Bridge, the facades and towers of the most important buildings in Prague were presented.The lower part of the composition is the Vltava River with ducks/swans. The top part of the composition is the sky with birds.The view of Prague has been presented in a way typical for the artist's technique - the work looks like an illustration for children. The artist used five colors, which he separated the various parts of the composition.

The print it's a landscape. Shows Signed lower right by pencil. Framed and glazed.


This print was donated to FARA Fulham.

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