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Rudolf Svoboda (Czechoslovakia, 1924 – ) abstract bronze sculpture of a standing figure titled "Harlequin". Paper label to base with artist information. 14 1/4" H. Biography: Rudolf Svoboda was born in 1924 in North-Western Slovakia and studied at School of Applied Arts in Prague. He was a student and later a collaborator of professor Karel Pokorny, one of the protagonists of modern sculpture in the period between the War I and War II. His sculptures range from realistic to abstract and frequently feature themes of mothers and children, dancers, flowers, wings, Icarus, Clown, Jugglers, and symbols against war and genocide. Condition: Overall very good condition with older patina.