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Introduction
Jan Preisler (17 February 1872, Králův Dvůr – 27 April 1918, Prague) was a Czech painter and art professor.
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Introduction
Studied at the School of Applied Arts in Prague (1887-1895), travelled to Belgium, the Netherlands, and Paris in 1906. His style evolved from art nouveau and symbolism towards expressionism. He later turned to monumental decoration and designed the Palacký Room in the Municipal House in Prague (1910-1912).
Nationalities
Czech, Bohemian
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Painter
Name
Jan Preisler
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