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 Vaclav Brozik

 

 

Vaclav Brozik         Pages: 1


(5 March 1851 – 15 April 1901) was a Czech academic painter.

Since 1868 he studied at the Academy of Arts in Prague, Dresden, and Munich. In 1879 he went on study journey to the Netherlands.

He married a daughter of a wealthy art dealer in Paris, who helped him achieve success in French high society. He divided his time between Prague, where he taught at the Academy since 1893, and Paris. In 1896 he was elected as a foreign member and the successor of John Millais in the French Académie des beaux-arts. He died suddenly of cardiac failure and is buried at the Cimetière de Montmartre.

 


On a Walk

 

 


Portret divky

 

 


Portrat einer Dame

 

 


A Seated Lady

 

 


Portret Karoliny, hrabenky Nosticzove, rozene Chotkove

 

 


Portrait of Josef Hlavka

 

 


A Visit in Studio

 

 


Portret madame Christiane Fuller

 

 


A Portrait of the Artist’s Son, Maurice

 

 


Columbus and Isabella

 

 


Polyxena of Lobkowitz safeguarding royal officials Slavata and Martinic,
thrown out of windows of the royal castle in Prague in 1618

 

 


Pasacka Hus

 

 


Children’s Toilette

 

 


Family Scene

 

 


Kinder in einem Birkenwald

 

 


Prvny Kruky

 

 


The Gossips

 
 

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