Lubomír Typlt (1975)

Lubomír Typlt ranks among classics of the contemporary Czech painting. Typlt studied first in Prague by Jiří Šalamoun and afterwards in Brno by Jiří Načeradský. Important for him were also his studies at Kunstakadamie in Düsseldorf where he created by significant painters as M. Lüpertz, G. Merz or A. R. Penck. Typlt´s creation concerned itself in the first years after studies above all with two main courses. He created geometrical abstract compositions which were placed into indefinite empty worlds and he painted figures in their pure form. Figures of boys fascinated with levitating glowing seeds are the beginning of the Typlt´s noteworthy journey which illustrates children in situations of weird but honest joy. It is not important if the scene is dynamic or if the figures are interested in their activity so much that they are creating stabile and unchanging compositions. In case of Typlt´s figures it is mainly about fascination. Pure and honest passion for the thing, whatever it is. Everything is mainly about physicality and gestures. On the imaginary basic equation of some courage and sincerity. The essence of Lubomír Typlt´s paintings is based on specific colors which change over time. It isn´t based only on thought-out contrasts and variations, it can also remarkably intensify the atmosphere of the artwork itself.

Selected exhibitions:
Summer Art Salon, KODL Gallery, Prague, CZE, 2017
Somnambul, C&K Galerie, Berlin, DEU, 2020
Ticking Man, Prague house, Brussels, BEL, 2017
Butterfly Effect, Rudolfinum Gallery, Prague (together with D. Pitín, A. Štech, V. Véla, M. Gerboc, J. Petrbok), 2013
Hens in Hell, Prague City Gallery (together with Jakub Špaňhel),  Prague, CZE, 2012


Heads
2016
tempera on cardboard
50 × 70 cm

sold

Finding the Golden Ratio
2017
tempera on cardboard
50 × 70 cm

sold

Corn Eaters
2017
tempera on cardboard
50 × 70 cm

sold

Council
2016
tempera on cardboard
50 × 70 cm

sold

Purple Hydroelectric Power Station
2000
oil on canvas
162 × 140 cm

sold

Lice
2010
oil on canvas
200 × 145 cm

sold

Čůralka I
2002
oil on canvas
100 × 130 cm

sold

Čůralka II
2002
oil on canvas
100 × 130 cm

sold

Corn Eaters
2017
oil on canvas
200 × 145 cm

sold

Young Gods
2017
oil on canvas
160 × 130 cm

sold

Girl on a Swing
2017
tempera on cardboard
70 × 50 cm

sold

Council
2017
tempera on cardboard
50 × 70 cm

sold

Escape
2015
tempera on cardboard
50 × 70 cm

sold

Kiss
-
oil on canvas
180 × 240 cm

sold

Weak Headwind
-
oil on canvas
145 × 200 cm

sold

Purple Tuesday
2020
oil on canvas
100 × 130 cm

sold

Purple Border
2019
oil on canvas
140 × 105 cm

sold

Enlightenment Session
2018
oil on canvas
145 × 200 cm

sold

Vlasatice
2017
oil on canvas
130 × 160 cm

ARTIST'S RECORD SALE

sold at 80th Auction of KODL Gallery


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