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Josef Myslbek ( March 22, 1884, Prague - April 15, 1963, there ) painter

Son of sculptor Josef Vaclav Myslbek. He studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague with prof. Vojtech Hynais and R. of Ottenfelds, then in Munich from 1907 to 1908 with Professor Raup. He liked to draw and devote himself to the technique of watercolor. They create watercolors and small-format drawings, especially landscape studies. His drawings were elaborate and focused on detail. He carefully studied Rembrandt's graphic work, as his drawings and etchings showed in the exhibitions. He exhibited in the Rubes Gallery in 1922 and 1924, in April 1932 in Krasoumna jednota in Prague, in 1941 in Beaufort Hall, in 1937 in Zbraslav, where he lived.