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Cubist Cityscape Drawing by Václav Tikal, 1950s

S/N:RAB1501

1950s

  • £465.00
  • €543 Euro
  • $646 US Dollar

United Kingdom

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Mid Century Surrealist Landscape ‘Mesto’ 1951 by Vaclav Tikal (1906-1965). Mesto translates as ‘The City’ which makes sense. A kind of abstract, angular but soft surreal-cubist melange that definitely works. Tikal was a well known surrealist artist and ceramicist, mainly working in Prague. It could be a preparatory sketch for a larger painting but he did do a lot of small scale drawings that were works in their own right. Signed and dated lower right.

Provenance: Galerie Moderna, Prague.

In excellent vintage condition.

Overall measurements: 19.5cm x 9.5cm.

Dimensions: 

  • H: 9.5cm (3.74in)
  • W: 19.5cm (7.68in)

Period: 

1950s

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