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The most typical Czech Christmas and winter themes painted by the Czech painter Josef Lada Vintage Christmas, Christmas Cards, Christmas Ideas, Paper Artwork, Land Art, Winter Theme, A Comics, New Artists, Christmas Pictures

The most typical Czech Christmas and winter themes painted by the Czech painter Josef Lada 1887-1957, which follows his work portrayed in the memories of his childhood in the village Hrušice.Mal its own distinctive style, which he admired and Pablo Picasso.Josef Lada painted many paintings and illustrated numerous children's books , newspapers, magazines, manger, but also posters, postage stamps etc. It is one of the most beloved Czech painters. (lbk)

Josef Lada Kresba pro knížku F. Nechvátala Štěpnice - Léto (nerealizováno) 1947 kolorovaná kresba tuší Blue Bird, Textile Design, Illustrators, Folk Art, Preschool, The Past, Clip Art, Memories, Cool Stuff

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Josef Lada Kresba pro knížku F. Nechvátala Štěpnice - Léto (nerealizováno) 1947 kolorovaná kresba tuší

Josef Lada illustration of Winter - a form of info graphic describing weather, rituals, food Saint Nicholas, Vintage Christmas Cards, Winter Time, Winter Christmas, Illustrators, Fairy Tales, Street Art, Illustration Art, Artsy

Josef Lada illustration of Winter - a form of info graphic describing weather, rituals, food

The Seasons Come, The Seasons Go - 50 Watts. Illustration by Josef Lada. Christmas Illustration, Illustration Art, Childrens Books, Illustrators, Folk Art, Fairy Tales, How To Draw Hands, Seasons, Retro

The Seasons Come, The Seasons Go

Illustration and book art with a literary bent. Focus on international illustrated books and Surrealism.

The most typical Czech Christmas and winter themes painted by the Czech painter Josef Lada Vintage Christmas, Christmas Cards, Christmas Ideas, Paper Artwork, Land Art, Winter Theme, A Comics, New Artists, Christmas Pictures

The most typical Czech Christmas and winter themes painted by the Czech painter Josef Lada 1887-1957