Academic painter Věra Krumphanzlová / b. 1946 Praha /
The leading painter Věra Krumphanzlová graduated from the Glass School of Applied Arts in Železný Brod (SUPŠS) and the Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design (VŠUP) in Prague. She studied calligraphy (writing science) and summit (Japanese ink painting) at the Japanese Embassy and at the Japan Society of Prague.
She has participated in the Czech-French feature film "Wild Planet", has worked on radio, television, as art editor and tribal illustrator of several newspapers and magazines.
In 1996 - 2000 she worked as a curator and head of the Chodovská tvrz Gallery in Prague. In 1999 she received an international award for graphic design and completed an internship in France. In 2009 she completed a one-month internship in the studio of the French painter Jean Miotte in Provence (Pignans).
Galleries, museums and private collections are owned by her graphic and painting work - Prague National Gallery, many museums in the Czech Republic, Germany Berlin, Munich, Cham, Furth im Wald, Regensburg, Holland Amsterdam, Haarlem, USA - New York, United Kingdom Oxford, Japan Nagasaki, Tokyo, France Nancy, Paris, Italy Arezzo, Switzerland Geneva.
Awards: Cs. Writer Prague - Special Prize), Ex libris - Nancy France - Special Prize, 2nd Prize Arezzo - Italy - Small Graphics, Nagasaki - Japan - World Graphics, Dorothea Gallery - SNR - Graphics, Regular Participation in Selective International from 1999 - 2009 Best Graphic of the Year exhibition.