Karel Svolinský Wall Calendar

598.95  inc. TAX 21%

Our new wall calendar features works by painter and graphic artist Karel Svolinský, who left his mark on the history of Czech fine arts with a rich collection of illustrations, postage stamp designs, puppet designs and, above all, designs of Czechoslovak banknotes. For each month, the calendar presents a part of his diverse works, and only 100 copies of this limited-edition publication have been produced.

Weight 0.6 kg
Size

297×420 mm

Printing technology

gravure printing, Hot stamping, Ofset

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Description

Following the success of our Oldřich Kulhánek calendar, we have just released our 2021 calendar, this time dedicated to another inimitable creator of banknotes, Karel Svolinský. The limited-edition calendar with just 100 production copies is available exclusively from the STC e-shop. Don’t miss the opportunity to purchase a copy of our unique calendar, which presents a selection of the colourful works of this versatile painter and graphic artist for each individual month.

Buy a gift for yourself or your loved ones. The limited edition calendar with just 100 production copies is available exclusively from the STC e-shop. Don’t miss the opportunity to purchase a copy of our unique calendar, which presents a selection of the colourful works of this versatile painter and graphic artist for each individual month.

The trilingual calendar in Czech, English and Russian contains the design of a CSK 25 banknote (1958), a postage stamp design with a folk customs motif (1959), an illustration of winter from the work “The Czech Year” (1960), an illustration for the poem “May” by Karel Hynek Mácha (1925), Blue Tit and Kingfisher postage stamp designs (1959), the design of a CSK 20 treasury note (1949), Girl surrounded by birds (1947), a Poppy postage stamp design (1964), the design of an unissued CSK 50 treasury note (1950), an illustration of autumn (1947), a postage stamp design featuring Josef Dobrovský (1953) and a portrait of Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk (1935).