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Jaroslav Trnka ( 5 October 1924 Vyskov nad Tisou - 25 June 1986 Prague ) painter

He studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague 1950 - 1955 with professors Vlastimil Rada and Otakar Nejedly. He focused mainly on landscape painting and still lifes. Unforgettable are his oil paintings around Botic, Pruhonice, the Giant Mountains and other beautiful corners of the Czech and not only the Czech landscape. He participated in various art events and shows that were linked to the Hussite movement. He was a member of the Union of Fine Artists in Prague. Represented in the collections of the Hussite Museum in Tabor. He has exhibited independently since 1958, especially in Prague, and has exhibited collectively in Prague, Tabor, Rakovnik, Zatec, Domazlice, Kutna Hora and elsewhere.