Vladimír Kompánek

* 28. 10. 1927, Rajec (Žilina), Slovensko (Slovakia)
20. 1. 2011, Bratislava (Bratislava), Slovensko (Slovakia)
illustrator, sculptor, painter

 

nationality: Slovak
sex: male

Vladimír Kompánek
Koník so sánkami II.
1976
malba
dřevo, olej
70 x 100 cm
Vladimír Kompánek
Koník so sánkami
1977
malba
olej, plátno
70 x 100 cm
Vladimír Kompánek
Koník detstva
1978–1981
malba
olej, sololit
50 x 70 cm
Vladimír Kompánek
Koník
1990
malba
karton, tempera
42 x 59 cm
Vladimír Kompánek
Koník
1965
kresba
papír, tuš
210 x 287
Vladimír Kompánek
Zimný čas
1979–1981
malba
dřevo, olej
128 x 155 cm

word:
Vladimír Kompánek (28 October 1927 in Rajec – 20 January 2011) was a Slovak sculptor and painter. He won the Herder Prize in 1967. Between 1947 - 1949 he studied at the Slovak Technical University in Bratislava, then from 1949 - 1954 at the College of Fine Arts. His wooden sculptures draw ideas from the rural environment. Kompánek also creates the concept of "protective deities", symbols which appear in his works. symbols. A frequent motif he uses is a woman and field characters and carnival masks. He is also a maker of wooden toys.
en.wikipedia.org, 26.6.2017

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