Noted particularly as a painter, draughtsman, caricaturist and art critic, in 1935 Jiří Krejčí (born 1899 in Prague — died 1977 in Chřibská) was nicknamed“A Surrealist with Reservations“. Today, Krejčí’s oeuvre is aligned with the imaginative trends in the Czech art of the interwar period. Little known are his photo reportages for the magazine Světozor dating from the mid—1930s and his later works produced in the cliché verre technique, which combined printing methods with the use of photographic materials.

Galerie Josefa Sudka
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Photo for the Magazine Světozor
Jiří Krejčí, 1930s
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