Josef Hercik - Iris, Rose - detail of advertisement

Josef Hercik - Iris, Rose
Josef Hercik - Iris, Rose
Josef Hercik - Iris, Rose
Josef Hercik - Iris, Rose
Josef Hercik - Iris, Rose
Josef Hercik - Iris, Rose

Antique: Josef Hercik - Iris, Rose

Two colored steel engravings on paper. 1. Iris 7.6 x 5.9 cm. Signed in the plate - J. Hercik, in the middle below. Signed in pencil lower center. In the lower left corner - PF 79 and the name. Sheet size 19.6 x 13 cm. 2. Rose (Rosa Sinensis) 7.7 x 5.8 cm. Signed and dated 1976 in plate, lower center. Signed in pencil lower right. Lower left in pencil sheet number 174/200. Unframed. Josef Hercik ( March 22, 1922 Uhersky Brod - July 9, 1999 Prague ) study: Zbrojovka Uhersky Brod ( toolmaker, engraver of weapons ), Academy of Fine Arts in Prague (1940, school closed during World War II) then privately with prof. Vladimir Pukl. member: Hollar Association of Czech Graphic Artists, Czech Fine Arts Fund, Litograficanka.

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width: 59 mm

height: 76 mm

date of manufacture: 1976

country of origin: Europe – Czechoslovakia

period / style: the second half of the 20th century

author: Josef Herčík

number of pieces: 2

details: copperplate engraving (chalcography), signed, unframed

locality: Prague

seller - antique gallery: Antiques Pod Kinskou, Ltd.

price: 13,- €

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