Frantisek Foltyn PortraitFrantisek Foltyn (9. June 1891 - 8. June 1976) was a Czech painter. He studied at the Academy of Arts , but studies had to finish as he fought in the First World War. After the war he went to Slovakia and his work had features of expressionism and cubism , and in 1922  he co-founded the Brno branch of a group of visual artists.  He then worked in France , where he was a member of the Cercle et Carré and Abstraction-Création . In 1934 he returned to Czechoslovakia and settled in Brno . In his time in Czechoslovakia, he returned to a realistic expression of the landscape, and then only temporarily, especially in the 60s, expressed abstractly.
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