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J. H. Lušovský a jeho tvorba.

Krudem artist, who served Václav Havel, celebrates his 70th birthday with an exhibition

On the occasion of the Great Jubilee, we would like to present to visitors, surely known to many, the work of Chrudim painter, humorist and painter Jan H. Lušovský. The charismatic artist was born and raised in Svetkov, not far from the racing stables of Velka Pardubica, which also greatly influenced his life and work. Thus, although he lives in Shrudim in one of the historic villas, his heart is said to have been beating because of the taxi ditch. As Suleiman himself says, Pardubice is happy to live in Shrudim. In 2010, he was even awarded the Shrudim City Personality Award.

At that time, he also published in fifty newspaper and magazine editorial offices, attracting humor to many European countries. For many years, it has also brought joy to children in hospitals through delightful on-demand drawings with dedication and gentle talk. Jan Honza Lušovský’s achievements also include the 1997 Czech Register Certificate and entry into the 1996 Guinness Book of Records. In addition to his artistic activities, Mr. Lušovský is also a teacher and expert in the field of table setting. He worked, among others, at the Commerce High School in Shrodem and the High School of Commerce and Services, where as a teacher he contributed to enlightening dining and social behavior at the table. He is also the author and illustrator of the book Dining for Everyone and numerous publications, calendars, coloring books, and other works focusing on social issues and gastronomy. He also led the historic table setting club Kat Mydlář and with his students at that time served many important guests, including President Václav Havel. Performs at a number of social, sporting and cultural events. He also published in fifty editorial offices of newspapers and magazines, and drew attention to the humor races in many European countries. For many years, it has also brought joy to children in hospitals through delightful on-demand drawings with dedication and gentle talk.

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Jan Hunza Losovsky spent his whole life with a brush in his hand. On the occasion of his 70th birthday, he decided to organize an exhibition in collaboration with the Regional Museum in Schrodim, originally subtitled “Maybe the last exhibition”. But everyone who knows him doubts that his diligence, hard work and indomitable sense of humor will certainly not let him finish.

Marketa SudomkovaAnd the
Regional Museum in Schrodim

The exhibition opening takes place at the Regional Museum in Schrodem on Thursday, will open to the public on June 25 and will run until the end of the summer holidays.