“Cleopatra” (1942–1957), Jan Zrzavý. Tempera, gold leaf and wood.
“Composition II” (second half of the 1920s), František Matoušek. Oil on canvas, frame by artist.
“Last Rites” (1897). Jakub Schikaneder. Oil on canvas.
“Large Astronaut” (1954), Pavel Brázda. Tempera and oil on pasteboard.
“Motorcyclist – Sunbeam” (1924), Otakar Švec. Bronze.
“Great Dialogue” (1966), Karel Nepraš. Wire, textile, laminate, varnish.
“Dance, Annie” (2005), Lukáš Rittstein. Laminated plastic.
“Accident on the Building Site” (1909), Karel Myslbek. Oil on canvas.
“Abstract Painting” (1920), František Kupka. Oil on canvas.
“Smoker (Self-Portrait), Still Life on the reverse” (1910), Bohumil Kubišta. Oil on canvas.
“Science” (decoration design for the Pantheon of the National Museum, 1899), Vojtěch Hynais. Oil on canvas.
“Transverse Surfaces (Diagonal Planes: Vertical and Diagonal Planes)” (1923), František Kupka. Oil on canvas. My apologies for reflections and skewed edges.
A very careful selection of Czech artists, from our visit in the Prague National Gallery the other day. More likely to follow, if not from the National Gallery.
P.S. Please note that some of the pictures were shot under challenging light conditions.