(1902 - 1976)
Bohumir Dvorsky was active/lived in Czech Republic. Bohumir Dvorsky is known for painting.
The Czech artist Bohumír Dvorsky first completed an apprenticeship as a
bookbinder, before he decided to study at the Academy of Art in Prague
in 1924. He attended the class of the landscape painter Otakar Nejedlý,
but additionally traveled to Italy, Corsica and France, where he was
deeply impressed by Paul Cézanne's works.
Dvorský was established among
the contemporary art scene and even exhibited abroad; in 1940, for
instance, he was included at the Venice Biennale, followed by
exhibitions in Rio de Janeiro, Helsinki and Stockholm. In 1971 he was
awarded the title of ‘National Artist’ in the Czech Republic. (cbo)