In Roses

Ludvík Kuba

Ludvík Kuba - In Roses
An exceptionally long art career makes Ludvík Kuba an artist of two centuries. In 1893, he left for Paris to study painting. Between 1896 and 1904 he attended the private school of Anton Ažbe in Munich where he met the Russian artists Wassily Kandinsky and Alexej von Jawlensky. Kuba’s experience from abroad significantly influenced his painting style in which he combined working with spots of paint and applying layers of paint with expressive brushstrokes, a great example of it being the painting In Roses in which he depicted his wife Olga and son Ludvík Mario in the garden of his father-in-law’s house in Březnice near Příbram.
measurements: height 109,5 cm
width 75 cm
material: canvas
technique: oil
inventory number: O 3054
gallery collection: Collection of 19th Century Art and Classical Modernism
licence: copyrighted work

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