The public first saw the Don Quichotte album by Bohuslav Reynek (1892-1971) at the opening of an exhibition at the Jean Damien bookshop in Grenoble on 7 November 1960. The Czech engraver, who dreamed of arid, […]
The City of Grenoble owns a Renaud Reynek collection, unique in France considering its richness and diversity. It started in the early 80’s thanks to Suzanne Renaud and Bohuslav Reynek’s Grenoble friends who successively made donations.
The exhibition "Louanges d’hiver avec Bohuslav Reynek" [In Praise of Winter with Bohuslav Reynek] featured a handful of prints in the ogival niches of the Clos des Capucins Chapel in Meylan, which has a view stretching to snow-covered Belledonne Mountain […]
While works by the Czech poet and engraver Bohuslav Reynek (1892-1971) were kept in the shadows in his home country during the post-Stalin years, local families in Grenoble, in the free world, collected, preserved and exhibited them. […]
The Czech art historian Jiří Šerých gave us permission to print this unpublished text Věra Jirousová had asked him to write for a monograph on Bohuslav Reynek that she was preparing but did not finish because of her death. […]