Jaroslav Setelik 1881 -1955

Click on a thumbnail for more details.


Prague Castle - Hradcany

Prague Castle


Jaroslav Setelik was born on August 10, 1881 in Tábor, Bohemia and died in 1955 in Prague. Jaroslav Setelik was initially trained by the landscape painter Ferdinand Engelmüller. He spent a short period in Munich, but then returned to Prague in order to devote himself to painting. There he became a pupil of Emanuel Krescenc Liska and later studied at the Academy of Fine Arts under Rudolf Ottenfeld. Well known for painting motives from the cities of Czechoslovakia, especially Prague, but also in Holland, Belgium and France that he visited when travelling through.