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Josef Nastoupil - Paris, Avenue Observatoire
Josef Nastoupil - Paris, Avenue Observatoire
Josef Nastoupil - Paris, Avenue Observatoire
Josef Nastoupil - Paris, Avenue Observatoire
Josef Nastoupil - Paris, Avenue Observatoire
Josef Nastoupil - Paris, Avenue Observatoire

Antique: Josef Nastoupil - Paris, Avenue Observatoire

Etching with aquatint on paper 19 x 22.5 cm. Frame with passe-partout and glass 34 x 38 cm. Signed bottom right - Naston Carlo. . The title of the work on the left - Paris, Avenue d Observatoire. Josef Nastoupil (Carlo Naston) - (7.1.1888 Liberec - 3.10.1959 Liberec) painter, graphic artist, scenographer. He studied drawing at the Liberec Art School prof. Schafner, privately with prof. Gerhart at the Academy in Brussels, and at the Julien Academy in Paris. He traveled around Holland and England. He met Frantisek Kupka in Paris and learned the basics of graphic techniques. After returning to Bohemia he managed his own graphic workshop. He has participated in many exhibitions, exhibited in Los Angeles, California for a long time. Represented by his works in domestic and foreign collections.

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width: 380 mm

height: 340 mm

date of manufacture: 1910

country of origin: Europe - Bohemia

period / style: Art Nouveau

author: Josef Nastoupil ( Naston Carlo )

number of pieces: 1

details: in preserved condition, original, signed down on the right side, etching on paper

locality: Prague

seller - antique gallery: Antiques Pod Kinskou, Ltd.

price: 112,- €

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