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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