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Milos Simurda

Milos Simurda



Milos Simurda /born 1924/ – biography

1935–1939 Studies at the grammar school in Místek. The German-controlled
Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia closed the grammar school. Milos
Simurda continued his studies at the secondary commercial school in


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Shingle-maker Zápalka from Podťaté - 1952
Charcoal on paper
40 x 29 cm
Grandma from almshouse - 1949
Charcoal on paper
43 x 32 cm
Sailor Schmidt - 1951
Charcoal on paper
40 x 28 cm
Joža Novinský - 1952
Charcoal on paper
44 x 30 cm
Křenek z Lušové - Noviny - 1952
litography
50 x 35 cm
Uncle Trlica - 1947
Charcoal on paper
40,5 x 30 cm
Aunt Trlica - 1946
Charcoal on paper
42 x 29 cm
Uncle Fúsek from Kopeček - 1955
Charcoal on paper
47 x 34 cm
Aunt Anna from Pálenice - 1955
Charcoal on paper
41 x 30 cm
Aunt from Bučina - 1953
Charcoal on paper
44 x 30 cm
Big Zezulka - 1957
Charcoal on paper
55 x 39 cm
Grandma from almshouse - 1949
Charcoal on paper
43 x 32 cm
Grandpa - 1949
Charcoal on paper
43 x 32 cm
Man from Podhradí - 1951
Charcoal on paper
55 x 42 cm
Annie - 1956
Watercolour
43 x 32 cm
Magda - 1956
Watercolour
43 x 32 cm
Uncle Fúsek from Kopeček - 1955
Watercolour
36 x 27 cm
Karel Křenek Lušovský - 1957
Watercolour
32 x 25 cm
Cymbalon player Zezulka - 1952
Watercolour
32 x 44 cm
Lad from Kopeček - 1952
Watercolour
44 x 37 cm
Lad from Bystřice - 1952
Watercolour
29 x 21 cm
Girl from Prešov - 1956
Watercolour
43 x 32 cm
Self-portrait - 1949
Oil on canvas
32 x 24 cm
Self-portrait - 1952
Oil on canvas
56 x 44 cm
Uncle Robert - 1956
Oil on canvas
48 x 38 cm
Anna Š. - 1954
Gouache on canvas
46 x 38 cm
Countess Horváth - 1955
Oil, tempera on canvas
92 x 72 cm
Anna Šimurda - 1955
Oil, tempera on canvas
92 x 72 cm
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