Vladimir Jindrich Bufka.
Photographs by Vladimir Jindrich Bufka.
148 pp., 78 color illustrations, 6½x7".
Despite a career that was curtailed at the age of 29, Vladimir Jindrich Bufka (1887–1916) was one of the most distinctive early-twentieth-century art photographers in Prague and indeed in all of Austria-Hungary. Bufka drew on contemporary artistic movements such Impressionism, Symbolism and Cubism for his pioneering prints using the demanding process of gum printing.
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