Nadezda Pliskova - Finger, Pocket watch - detail of advertisement

Nadezda Pliskova - Finger, Pocket watch
Nadezda Pliskova - Finger, Pocket watch
Nadezda Pliskova - Finger, Pocket watch
Nadezda Pliskova - Finger, Pocket watch
Nadezda Pliskova - Finger, Pocket watch

Antique: Nadezda Pliskova - Finger, Pocket watch

Etching, drypoint, lithography on paper 9 x 4.5 cm, 8.2 x 5.7 cm, 8.5 x 5 cm, 13.3 x 8.5 cm ( lithography ). Signed in pencil lower right, dated 1971, 1973. In pencil lower left - sheet number 100/8, 4/100, 43 / 65. Watch with fountain, Finger with clip, Ex libris Frantisek Jelinek ( Watches ), On the theme of Mr. Cesar Baldaccinni II. ( lithography ). Unframed. Nadezda Pliskova ( November 6, 1934 Rozdelov - September 16, 1999 Prague ) study: Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague 1950 - 1954 prof. Jaroslav Vodrazka, Academy of Fine Arts in Prague 1954 - 1958 prof. Vladimir Silovsky and 1959 - 1961 prof. Karel Soucek, annual scholarship Hochschule für Grafik und Buchkunst Leipzig ( Germany ) 1958 - 1959. Wife of the important sculptor Karel Nepras. member: Association of Czech Graphic Artists Hollar, Czech Fund for Fine Arts, Crusader School of Pure Humor without a Joke, Free Tolerance Association, Cabinet of Czech Graphics.

on since: 7.4.2021 15:13:49

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width: 45 mm

height: 90 mm

date of manufacture: 1971

country of origin: Europe – Czechoslovakia

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

author: Naděžda Plíšková

number of pieces: 4

details: etching, unframed, signed down on the right side, lithography

locality: Prague

seller - antique gallery: Antiques Pod Kinskou, Ltd.

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