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Vaclav Nemecek ( July 13, 1877 Rabi near Strakonice - November 14, 1959 in Prague ) painter and pedagogue

He studied at a teacher training institute and was a teacher. Self-taught painter. The focus of his work was landscapes, figural compositions, Prague motifs and floral still lifes. The very first exhibition in the spring of 1933 in Prague, where he exhibited with Krasoumná jednota, aroused a great response, especially from the professional public. His colorfully moody expressionism has a distinctive note in the wild boom of the brush, painter knife and kneading of paint. He had his second exhibition in May and June 1936 in the Mary Snoblova Gallery in Prague, and another in 1938 in Topic's salon in Prague. From 1940 he was a member of the Association of Fine Artists Manes. He exhibited collectively, especially in Prague. His works are represented in the collections of the National Gallery in Prague.