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Libor Wagner - Four Graphics, Dante Alighieri
Libor Wagner - Four Graphics, Dante Alighieri
Libor Wagner - Four Graphics, Dante Alighieri
Libor Wagner - Four Graphics, Dante Alighieri
Libor Wagner - Four Graphics, Dante Alighieri

Antique: Libor Wagner - Four Graphics, Dante Alighieri

Four black and white woodcuts on paper, print area size 8.1 x 7.6 cm, 8.1 x 7.6 cm, 8.1 x 7.6 cm, 8.1 x 7.6 cm. Signed in pencil lower right. Original woodcuts, illustrations for the book: Dante Alighieri - New Life, published by Pragokoncert, year 1965. Unframed. Libor Wagner ( March 6, 1933 Svitavy - February 5, 1994 Prague ) study: School of Arts and Crafts in Brno prof. Jan Bruckner, Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague prof. Petr Dillinger, privately with prof. Kückelhauser in Germany. member: Czech Fund for Fine Arts, Union of Fine Artists, Union of Czech Fine Artists, founding member of Lyra Pragensis and creator of her emblem.

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width: 76 mm

height: 81 mm

date of manufacture: 1965

country of origin: Europe – Czechoslovakia

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

author: Libor Wagner

number of pieces: 4

details: unframed, signed down on the right side, wood engraving

locality: Prague

seller - antique gallery: Antiques Pod Kinskou, Ltd.

price: 18,- €

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