Roman Havelka (30th April 1877 in Jemnice in Moravia - June 20, 1950 Znojmo) - painter
He studied at the School of Applied Arts in Prague under Prof. Liška and at the Academy at prof. J. Mařák. He traveled to Italy and spent two years in Bosnia. At the studio in Munich, he worked on travel motifs, then settled in Bítov nad Dyjí. He painted landscapes. In his paintings the motifs of forests and waters appeared.
1902 - Jihlava, museum, 1919 - Třebíč, museum, 1920 - Moravské Budějovice, museum, 1921 - Jemnice, 1927, 1937 - Olomouc, 1937 - Hodonín, DU, 1949 - Bítov, 1957 - Hodonín, GU, 1958 - Jihlava, OGV ,
1900, 1905 - Prague, Rudolfinum, 1907 - Hodonin, SVUM, 1908 - Prague, Exhibition of the Chamber of Commerce and Trade, 1927 - Prague, Unity of Fine Artists, 1929 - Prague, House JUV-Nová síň, J. Mařák and his school, 1934 - Hradec Králové, museum, JUV, since 1913 regular exhibitions with SVUM.
1900 - Hlávkové stipendium, 1922 - Award of the Czech Academy of Sciences and Arts.