Jaroslav Šindelář

Born 11. 6. 1950 in Pilsen.

He graduated from the Secondary Industrial School of Sculpture and Stonemasonry in Hořice, then the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague, which he graduated from in Karel Souček in 1974, and studied at the I. Repin Academy of Fine Arts in St. Petersburg in 1970-1972. He is the founder and co-owner of the Private Secondary School of Arts and Crafts Zámeček in Pilsen. He specializes in stone sculpture (sculptures on the Roosevelt Bridge in Pilsen, in the Augustinian monastery in Domažlice, in the monastery in Teplá and in Kladruby, sculptures at the attic of the JK Tyl Theater in Pilsen) and restoration of sgraffito decoration, eg sgraffito by M. Alš on a number of burgher houses in Pilsen, decoration of the Pilsen town hall and the Art Nouveau facade of the house in Dominikánská Street in Pilsen or decoration of the castle in Horšovské Týn.
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