The photographer Lotar Neumann (1918–1992), who spent many years in exile in South America and later in Switzerland, is still little known in his native country. From the 1940s to the 1960s, he produced many documentary photos that capture life in capital cities around the world, but he also engaged in purely experimental photography.
Neumann’s greatest contribution are his colour images dating from the 1960s, in which colour is not simply a complementary element or expansion on his earlier output, but the cornerstone of his photography. Besides photography, he also devoted himself to collecting art.
In 2012, apart from her husband’s photographs, Věra Neumann donated to the Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague a stunning ensemble of prints and drawings by Alphonse Mucha.

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Lotar Neuman, 1969—70
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