Lubomir Blecha (1933 - 2009), Czechoslovakia, Veraicons (1958-61)

Glass Veraicons - the research of glass face portraits
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Lubomir Blecha - decorative glass disc from serie "Face of glass", 1957, D: 35,0 cm, glassworks Skrdlovice. Finally, the glass disc itself became a vivid observer of visitors to the exhibition EXPO`58, by this way was accomplished the seemingly magical transformation of inanimate object and a human

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Lubomir Blecha, decorative glass disc from serie "Face of glass", 1962, D: 39,0 cm, glassworks Skrdlovice

Lubomir Blecha, decorative glass disc from serie "Face of glass", D: cm, glassworks Skrdlovice

Lubomir Blecha, glass disc from serie "Face of glass", 1957, D: 40,0 cm, glassworks Skrdlovice. In the next stage, the space of faces was consistently divided into four segments, by this transformation took on human form of the cross

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Lubomir Blecha, proposition for glass design of decorative disc, qouache on paper, D: 39,5 x 36,7 cm, 1957, UMPRUM Prague (glass object produced by Emanuel & Jan Beranek in glassworks Skrdlovice, for world exhibition EXPO'58 Brussels)

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Lubomir Blecha, decorative glass disc, 1957, D: 34,0 cm, glassworks Skrdlovice

Lubomir Blecha, decorative glass disc, D: cm, glassworks Skrdlovice

Lubomir Blecha, proposition for glass design of decorative disc, 1957, UMPRUM Prague. Step by step, gradually, by simplifying abstraction, the face of the glass transforms into reduced tachistic symbol

Lubomir Blecha, proposition for glass design of decorative disc, 1957, UMPRUM Prague. Step by step, gradually, by simplifying abstraction, the face of the glass transforms into reduced tachistic symbol

Lubomir Blecha, proposal for design of decorative disc, gouache on paper, 1957, D: 31,3 cm, UMPRUM Prague (Academy of Applied Arts). Initially, proposals for glass design were too realistic, too much descriptive

Lubomir Blecha, proposal for design of decorative disc, gouache on paper, 1957, D: 31,3 cm, UMPRUM Prague (Academy of Applied Arts). Initially, proposals for glass design were too realistic, too much descriptive

Lubomir Blecha, study of design of decorative disc, tempera colors on paper, 1956, D: 34,0 cm, UMPRUM Prague (Academy of Applied Arts), starting point for the research of glass faces was inheritance of Tachismus - partly libertarian painting using stain and yarn

Lubomir Blecha, study of design of decorative disc, tempera colors on paper, 1956, D: 34,0 cm, UMPRUM Prague (Academy of Applied Arts), starting point for the research of glass faces was inheritance of Tachismus - partly libertarian painting using stain and yarn

Lubomir Blecha was awarded for his collection of glass objects by Golden Medal of EXPO'58 Bruxelles

Lubomir Blecha was awarded for his collection of glass objects by Golden Medal of Bruxelles

Lubomir Blecha, view on the exhibition of students of prof. Kaplicky's studio of UMPRUM (Academy of applied Art in Prague) on EXPO`58 Bruxelles. Exhibited objects from Jirina Zertova, Vladimir Jelinek, Frantisek Tejml, Lubomir Blecha, Karl Wunsch, ...

Lubomir Blecha, view on the exhibition of students of prof. Kaplicky's studio of UMPRUM (Academy of applied Art in Prague) on EXPO`58 Bruxelles. Exhibited objects from Jirina Zertova, Vladimir Jelinek, Frantisek Tejml, Lubomir Blecha, Karl Wunsch, ...


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