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Pavel Janák (1882 – 1956)
Pavel Janák (1882 – 1956)
Pavel Janák (1882 – 1956)
Pavel Janák (1882 – 1956)
Pavel Janák (1882 – 1956)

Licensed replica: Pavel Janák: Vase convex middle black line

Bohemia 1911, Manufacturer: Modernist,



Janák's vases from 1911 are a lesson in great design - two shapes, three sizes and five different decors - elegant convex and bulging curves decorated only with simple lines and stripes in black and gold, they look so simultaneous that it is hard to believe they were designed almost 100 years ago. These are reproductions of the originals kept in the UPM and the Moravian Gallery in Brno. The original collections of vases were made of porous wood, now we use porcelain. The vases are processed as a hand-decorated glazed cast. Reproductions of the originals stored at the UPM.


Pavel Janák (1882 - 1956)

A versatile artist: architect, urban planner, designer and teacher, Pavel Janák was a leading theoretician of the Czech Cubist movement, a proponent of interwar Art Deco and radical Modernism embodied by Functionalism, but also the author of excellent reconstructions of important historical buildings.

on since: 12.5.2024 16:38:54

antiques by Category: porcelain vases

height: 250 mm

country of origin: Europe - Bohemia

period / style: Cubism 

author: Pavel Janák (1882 – 1956)

number of pieces: 1

materials: white porcelain

details: hand painted

locality: Prague

seller - Licensed replicas and antiques: MODERNISTA

price: 119,- €

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