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KRAL, Janko: STYRY BALADY.
Zakliata panna vo Vahu a divny Janko. Zabity. Pan v trni. Zverbovany.
Four full-paged original lithographs Frantisek Kalab, page lyout Ruda Kubicek, revision of the text Joza Pospisil.
4°, 59 pp. Loose sheets, original cardboard cover.
Private printing for participants VII. Meeting of the Skupina moravskych knihomilu in Breclav on 9 June 1935.
Unnumbered, imprinted name and surname of owner of copy [168 copies in total]. Handmade paper Pannekoek-Holand. - The lithographs was printed by the Jarkovsky and Svoboda graphic institute in Brno. - Cover with small signs of wear and in very good condition. Loose sheets nearly intact.
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Frantisek Kalab ( November 11. 1908, Brno - December 4. 1950, Brno )
Czech painter, illustrator, graphic artist,
sculptor, scenic designer, ...
Study: 1925 - 1927, Umeleckoprumyslova skola, Praha, prof. Jaroslav Benda; 1927 - 1929, Akademie vytvarnych umeni, Praha, prof. Otakar Nejedly; 1929, Academie Moderne, Paris, prof. Alain Marchand.
Membership:
Skupina vytvarnych umelcu v Brne, Spolek vytvarnych umelcu Manes, Spolek vytvarnych umelcu Ales, Blok vytvarnych umelcu zeme Moravskoslezske.
Selected Collections:
Moravska galerie, Brno; Narodni galerie, Praha.
Selected Solo Exhibitions: 1956, Frantisek Kalab: Podobizny, Dum umeni mesta Brna; 1967-68, Frantisek Kalab: Souborna vystava malirskeho dila, Moravska galerie, Brno; 1971, Frantisek Kalab, Moravske muzeum; 1988-89, Frantisek Kalab: Obrazy, Dum panu z Kunstatu, Brno.
Selected Group Exhibitions: Many joint exhibitions from 1935 to the present.
Selected Literature: 1955, Dodatky ke slovniku ceskoslovenskych vytvarnych umelcu;
1975, Encyklopedie ceskeho vytvarneho umeni; 1977, Zili a pracovali v Brne; 1993, Novy slovnik ceskoslovenskych vytvarnych umelcu (I. dil; A - K); 1995, Nova encyklopedie ceskeho vytvarneho umeni (A-M); 2000, Slovnik ceskych a slovenskych vytvarnych umelcu 1950 - 2001 (V. Ka - Kom).

Janko Kral ( April 24. 1822, Liptovsky Sv. Mikulas, Hungary - May 23. 1876, Zlate Moravce, Hungary)
Slovak poet and writer.


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