The exhibition’s objective is to present the little-known art production that links the territories and aesthetic aims of sculpture, graphic art, and painting. The color woodcut as a printmaking technique flourished around 1900. The Prague art scene also reflected this artistic medium from an international perspective. Based on the output of the Czech-German artists Walther Klemm and Carl Thiemann, who created in 1905–1908 in Prague extensive and ambitious graphic work in the form of colour woodcuts, the exhibition will explore the international context of Central European art production, especially the innovative transfer of aesthetic elements that surpass the boundaries of the materiality of artistic expression.
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