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Korda hardly ever mentioned what his images could depict or mean - he left it upon the viewer to seek his/her own interpretations.

While always valid for his paintings, this reminder will stand repeated here for the whole Abstract  section.
And this painting - to me it somehow brings this to MY mind:

"When the 'Red Russians' invaded his Prague, Korda felt 'alone'. Just like the rest of the world, could not do much about it. Only the hope remained - and won, eventually."


 Vaclav Korda (1907-1996)

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  Oil on plywood
  (WIDE x HIGH) = (147 x 71) cm
  (58" x 28") in.


Copyright 20082014 Vaclav Korda estate

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