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Tavik-Frantisek-Simon-(1877-1942)    Prague

Tavik-Frantisek-Simon-(1877-1942) Prague

TAVÍK FRANTIŠEK ŠIMON (1877-1942)  Prague

TAVÍK FRANTIŠEK ŠIMON (1877-1942) Prague

Josef Václav Myslbek, Záboj a Slavoj, 1882, NG Prague. Source: Prague 1900 Poetry and Ecstasy.

Josef Václav Myslbek, Záboj and Slavoj, NG Prague. Source: Prague 1900 Poetry and Ecstasy.

Slet1901 - Josef Jindřich Šechtl - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

You know how gymnasts use pommel horses? Here's a member of the Czech gymnastics organisation Sokol ('Falcon') using an ACTUAL HORSE at a 1901 Slet meeting ('a flocking of birds') in Prague.

An Engraving of the old London Bridge with many multi-storied buildings crowded all along it.  It is shown over the River and the town of London is shown in the distance.

An Engraving of the old London Bridge with many multi-storied buildings crowded all along it. It is shown over the River and the town of London is shown in the distance.

Tavik František Šimon [1877-1942] / Square in Kremnica / PART 2  (1912-1925)  According to the Catalogue Raisonné by Arthur Novak / http://www.tfsimon.com/pictures-of-graphics-2.html

Tavik František Šimon / Square in Kremnica / PART 2

Tavik František Šimon: the Graphics from 1912-1920

Tavik František Šimon: the Graphics from

SEANandrewMURRAY'S sketchblog: Gateway Sketch - Smoketown Canal

The online sketchbook of Sean A. Murray, concept artist, freelance illustrator and fine artist.

LIGHT MY FIRE : Photo

Prague - High quality giclee print of hand drawn illustration of czech republic city / Architecture inspired / Wanderlust

Parisius [Paris] (from the Nuremberg Chronicle) 1493

Parisius [Paris] (from the Nuremberg Chronicle) 1493

St. Paul’s Cathedral - architects Christopher Wren and Lorenzo Gafà, London, England, U.K. // A History of Architecture on the Comparative Method by Sir Banister Fletcher

Paul’s Cathedral - architects Christopher Wren and Lorenzo Gafà, London, England, U. A History of Architecture on the Comparative Method by Sir Banister Fletcher ”

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