Paintings on Ceylon by Tavík Šimon

Three Women at the Temple of Candy, Ceylon Oil on canvas,100 x 73,5 cm,1928 byT F Šimon. Tavík František Šimon better known as TF Šimon (May 13, 1877 – December 19, 1942, Prague), was a Czech painter, etcher, and woodcut artist who travelled to Ceylon in the 1920's, who showcased numerous paintings of Ceylon both in books published by him & various exhibitions.
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Three Women at the Temple of Candy, Ceylon Oil on canvas,100 x 73,5 cm,1928 byT F Šimon. Tavík František Šimon better known as TF Šimon (May 13, 1877 – December 19, 1942, Prague), was a Czech painter, etcher, and woodcut artist who travelled to Ceylon in the 1920's, who showcased numerous paintings of Ceylon both in books published by him & various exhibitions.

Three Women at the Temple of Candy, Ceylon Oil on canvas,100 x 73,5 cm,1928 byT F Šimon. Tavík František Šimon better known as TF Šimon (May 13, 1877 – December 19, 1942, Prague), was a Czech painter, etcher, and woodcut artist who travelled to Ceylon in the 1920's, who showcased numerous paintings of Ceylon both in books published by him & various exhibitions.

'Indian Beggars, Ceylon' by TF Šimon. Tavík František Šimon better known as TF Šimon (May 13, 1877 – December 19, 1942, Prague), was a Czech painter, etcher, and woodcut artist who travelled to Ceylon in the 1920's, who showcased numerous paintings of Ceylon both in books published by him & various exhibitions.

'Indian Beggars, Ceylon' by TF Šimon. Tavík František Šimon better known as TF Šimon (May 13, 1877 – December 19, 1942, Prague), was a Czech painter, etcher, and woodcut artist who travelled to Ceylon in the 1920's, who showcased numerous paintings of Ceylon both in books published by him & various exhibitions.

Stairways of Dalada Maligawa as seen by a Czech painter, etcher & woodcut artist T F Šimon who travelled to Ceylon in the 1920's & showcased numerous paintings of Ceylon both in books & various exhibitions. Tavík František Šimon was born František Šimon, later adopted the additional name 'Tavik', which was his mother's maiden name, generally signing his work T. F. Šimon. Largely ignored during the Communist era in Czechoslovakia, his work has received greater attention in recent years.

Stairways of Dalada Maligawa as seen by a Czech painter, etcher & woodcut artist T F Šimon who travelled to Ceylon in the 1920's & showcased numerous paintings of Ceylon both in books & various exhibitions. Tavík František Šimon was born František Šimon, later adopted the additional name 'Tavik', which was his mother's maiden name, generally signing his work T. F. Šimon. Largely ignored during the Communist era in Czechoslovakia, his work has received greater attention in recent years.

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