Adolf Hoffmeister

Adolf Hoffmeister (15 August 1902 – 24 July 1973) was a Czech writer, publicist, playwright, painter, draughtsman, scenographer, cartoonist, translator, diplomat, lawyer, university professor and traveller. During the war, editor of the radio station Voice of America, after the war ambassador in Paris, since 1951 professor at the Academy of Arts and Crafts in Prague. He was a founding member of Devětsil (1920), chairman of the Union of Czechoslovak Visual Artists (1964–1967, 1968–1969), a member of International Association of Art Critics. Hoffmeister represented Czechoslovakia at UNESCO, the PEN Club and other international organizations. Hoffmeister's career was ended by the Warsaw Pact invasion of Czechoslovakia in August 1968 and the subsequent occupation. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Heckel, Vilém, 1918-1970
Published 1968
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by Bauch, Jan, 1898-1995
Published 1969
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by Lamač, Miroslav, 1928-1992
Published 1966
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