Jaroslav Čermák

1831-1878 Czech Republic-History

 

Brief Biography-Jaroslav Čermák from Prague painted mostly historical scenes, however he also painted genre scenes, portraits and landscapes. He studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague before studying under Gustave Wappers in Antwerp. He moved to Paris in 1852 where he lived for the remainder of his life, when not travelling Europe. Delacroix, Decamps and Rubens bore an influence on his works.

 

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The Return of
Refugees

The Return of Montenegrin Refugees

Abduction of
a Woman

Abduction of a Herzegovenian Woman

After the
Battle

After the Battle of White Mountain

Black-Foot
Indian

Black-Foot Indian

Cermak's Sister
Marie

Cermak's sister Marie as a Blackhead

Hussites before Naumburg

Hussites before Naumburg

Portrait
of a Girl

Portrait of a Girl

Simon Lomnicky
Begging

Simon Lomnicky begging at the Prague Bridge

Spoils
of War

Spoils of War and Herzegovina


Dratenicek

Dratenicek

Girl in
Church

The Girl in Church


Montenegrinerin

Montenegrinerin

slovak shepherd
with dog

slovak shepherd with dog

wounded
montenegrin

wounded montenegrin

hussites defending
a pass

hussites defending a pass