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|The baths of Libuša. Vyšehrad|
(2018, canvas, oil, 60 x 50 см)
|Legend of the foundation of Prague says that after the death of Cech, who led his people to the Czech Republic, his son, voivode Krok, founded a city on a cliff above Vltava and called it Vyshegrad. When Krok died, the Czechs elected his youngest daughter Princess Libuše. Deciding to move the capital, she sent servants to look for a place on the left bank of the river. The servants greeted the lumberjacks that were hanging the tree. "What are you doing?" - asked the servants of Libushe. "Cut the threshold," answered the lumberjacks. Returning, the servants reported to the princess everything. "On the threshold of this will be a new city of Prague called, and the glory of his stars will reach!" - ordered Libushe.|
The work was written in the early morning with one of the bastion walls, where you can see the remains of the so-called Libushin baths (the ruins of the fortifications of the fourteenth to fifteenth centuries). They say that these are the baths in which Princess Libuše had fun with her friends, throwing into the river an unwanted lover ...
All this became known to the artist after the work was ready. It seemed that the place himself had secretly told him the stern style of the canvas.
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