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Early Cubism in Prague
Between 1910 and 1920 a group of young architects reacted to the excess of decoration of the Secese style,
by giving more relevance to solid shapes and simple lines.
The images show (left to right):
Detail of a building by L. Skrivanek and M. Blecha (1910-12) in Nove Mesto - Prague (for editing needs the door is slightly narrowed in the image)
Detail of Stenc factory by Otakar Novotny (1908-11) in Stare Mesto - Prague and Loggia of Belveder Palace by Paolo della Stella (1537-52) in Prazsky Hrad - Prague
Detail of a building by Josef Gocar (1922-25) in Nove Mesto - Prague and (bell) towers of Tynsky chram in Stare Mesto - Prague
Detail of a building by Josef Chochol (1912-13) in Vysehrad - Prague and statue of St John Nemopuk in Prazsky Hrad - Prague
The background of this page is based on the roof of a building by Otakar Novotny (1917-19) in Josefov - Prague.
Find the other domino pieces:
St John Nemopuk
Baroque Windows (with another image of early Cubism style)
Baroque Doors (with another image of early Cubism style)
Secese Art (with another image of early Cubism style)