Lubomir Typlt 🇨🇿

Lubomir Typlt

Oil on canvas

160 x 130 cm

Lubomir Typlt

Oil on canvas

240 x 180 cm

Lubomir Typlt

Oil on canvas

180 x 240 cm

Lubomir Typlt

Oil on canvas

200 x 145 cm

Lubomir Typlt

Oil on canvas

145 x 200 cm

Lubomir Typlt

Oil on canvas

260 x 200 cm

Lubomir Typlt

ABOUT THE ARTIST

Lubomir Typlt, 1975

I am a figurative painter from the Czech Republic.
In my paintings, I am dealing with the psychology of characters, which are often shown during mysterious activities. The situations they are placed in seem slightly surreal, dadaistic, or even absurd. I leave it to the viewer to decode the meaning and find an individual interpretation.

I use an expressive scale of primary colors. Thus my paintings are also known for their typical luminosity.

Next to studying painting in my home country, the Czech Republic, I am a graduate of the painting classes of Markus LĂĽpertz and A.R. Penck at Kunstakademie DĂĽsseldorf in Germany.

Since 2011 I paint in my studio, an old pub in a small village near Prague.

 

1975

Lubomír Typlt is born in the north Bohemian town of Nová Paka in today’s Czech Republic

1989–1993

Attends the Václav Hollar Secondary School of Art in Prague

1993–1997

Studies illustration under Prof. Jiří Šalamoun at the Academy of Art, Architecture and Design in Prague (UMPRUM)

1997–2001

Studies painting under Prof. Jiří Načeradský at Brno University of Technology’s Faculty of Fine Arts

1998–2000

Studies painting under Prof. Markus LĂĽpertz at the

Kunstakademie DĂĽsseldorf

2000–2002

Continues his study of painting at the Kunstakademie DĂĽsseldorf under Prof. Gerhard Merz

2002–2005

Switches to the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf’s painting course led by Prof. A. R. Penck

2004

Completes his studies at the Kunstakademie DĂĽsseldorf

as a MeisterschĂĽler (master student) of Prof. A. R. Penck

2005

Receives his Akademiebrief (academic letter) from the

Kunstakademie DĂĽsseldorf

2005–2011

LubomĂ­r Typlt lives and works in Berlin and Prague

Since 2011,

LubomĂ­r Typlt has been creating his paintings in his studio in PiÄŤĂ­n, located roughly forty kilometres south-west of Prague