/ PHOTOGALLERY / A memorial plaque with a self-portrait of the important Czech illustrator of adventure books and comics Gustav Krum, who was born in Jihlava, was unveiled by members of his family in Prague at Hanspaulka. It was here, specifically in Rychtářská Street 4, that the academic painter lived and worked. He is best known for his pictorial accompaniment to Karel May’s novels, influencing the continuation of the work of his predecessor Zdeněk Burian.
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Descendants of Gustav Krum at the memorial plaques of an important illustrator.
| Photo: Lensi Clinic
The villa in Prague 6, which now houses a small exhibition of the author’s reproductions, underwent a major renovation several years ago. This year, the Lensi eye clinic started operating here. “I am glad that we received information about such an important inhabitant of this house. We can offer not only eye care, but also benefit from the beautiful creative energies that have remained present between their walls, “said the doctor and founder of the clinic, Tomáš Holohlavský.
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