Monday, April 20, 2015

Alois Kalvoda

[Czechoslovakia] (b 1875/d 1934)

"Kalvoda was born in Šlapanice near Brno, the eighth of ten children ;  He attended the gymnasium in Brno and then studied at the Prague Fine Arts Academy for five years, 1892–97, with Julius Mařák. In 1900 a scholarship allowed him to study in Paris, from where he moved to Munich in 1901. (..)  He first exhibited in Prague in 1901, and in 1902 exhibited at the Mánes Fine Arts Union. (..) In 1907, he was one of the founding members of the Association of Moravian Artists. Kalvoda's paintings focused on Czech landscapes." [ Wikipedia ]


Czechoslovakia 1926/1927 "Various Designs" (9,7,2) [Engr (Karl Seizinger)][Recess] Sc(114,118)

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