Max Švabinský (1873–1962)

Czech painter, draughtsman, graphic artist. From 1910 professor at Academy of Graphic Arts in Prague. His work was accepted by the communist regime; prior to the advent of cubism. Max Švabinský related to: Jan Preisler, Antonín Slavíček, and Miloš Jiránek. Max Švabinský early works were portraits. Later his work related to: Plenérian Realism, Symbolism, and Art Nouveau. He worked at the Municipal House- and stained glass windows of the St. Vitus Cathedralin in Prague.
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"Peace," designed by Czech artist Max Švabinský (1873-1962), engraved by Jindra Schmidt, as one of a set of three stamps commemorating the 10th anniversary of the signing of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Stamp issued by Czechoslovakia on September 23, 1959

"Peace," designed by Czech artist Max Švabinský engraved by Jindra Schmidt, as one of a set of three stamps commemorating the anniversary of the signing of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Stamp issued by Czechoslovakia on September 1959

Max Svabinsky (1873 - 1962), Misses Svabinsky, etching, 1906 / 1973 (re-print), opus 26, 30 x 21 cm

Max Svabinsky - Misses Svabinsky, etching, 1906 / 1973 (re-print), opus 30 x 21 cm

max svabinsky-Hymnus na moře v noci (1944)

max svabinsky-Hymnus na moře v noci (1944)

Adam dreaming of Eve

Adam dreaming of Eve

Max Švabinský (1873-1962)  Babička v šálu

Max Švabinský Babička v šálu

Max Švabinský

Max Švabinský

St. John, the Baptist

St. John, the Baptist

85th birthday of Max Svabinsky, artist and engraver

85th birthday of Max Svabinsky, artist and engraver

Max Svabinsky  Portrait of Sidonie Nádherná

Max Svabinsky Portrait of Sidonie Nádherná

Max Svabinsky  Study of the central female figure for the painting Harvest, 1924

Max Svabinsky Study of the central female figure for the painting Harvest, 1924

František Křižík

František Křižík

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