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Dusan Kadlec, Danish CSMA
Dusan Kadlec was born in Czechoslovakia in 1942. He pursued his interest in art from an early age, ultimately studying at the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague where he received a Masters Degree in 1967. While a student at the Academy, he specialized in figurative painting and portraiture. The composition of his paintings reflects the tradition of the great European masters, and embodies the Romantic Classicism that is a nineteenth century academic trademark. Upon graduation, his artistic ability was recognized immediately and he began to exhibit and receive both private and state commissions. He was invited to participate in the design of Man and His World, the Czech Pavillion at the 1968 World Expo in Montreal. The Pavillion turned out to be one of the most popular exhibits at the fair. When political unrest began to affect life in Czechoslovakia,he fled his homeland and immigrated to Canada. Word quickly spread and he was busy painting commissions full time. Critical acclaim and a number of highly successful one man and two m an shows with such luminaries as Jack L. Gray, helped propel Dusan's career and firmly establish him as a leading maritime artist. Dusan Kadlec was elected to the Canadian Society of Marine Artists in 2005, and entered several of his works in the 22nd Annual Exhibition.

Steam Boat Wharf, Nantucket

Steam Boat Wharf, Nantucket
Oil, 16x24, framed 25x33
signed lower right

Steam Boat Wharf, Nantucket
 

Boston Yacht Club, Marblehead

T Wharf, Boston
Oil, 20x30, Framed 28x38
signed lower right

T Wharf, Nantucket
     


Brooklyn Bridge From South Street, 1874
Oil, 24x36, framed 32x44
signed lower right

Brooklyn Bridge From South Street, 1874

This painting has been sold
 

Nantucket Moonlight

Nantucket Moonlight
Oil, 16x24, framed 25x33
signed lower right

Nantucket Moonlight
     

Boston Yacht Club, Marblehead

Boston Yacht Club, Marblehead
Oil, 20x30, framed 28x38
signed lower right

Brooklyn Bridge From South Street, 1874
 

Boston Yacht Club, Marblehead

Tuckers Wharf, Marblehead
Oil, 18x24, overall 25.5x31.5
signed lower right

Tuckers Wharf, Marblehead

This painting has been sold
     

Nantucket Harbor

Nantucket Harbor
Oil, 16x24
signed lower right

Nantucket Harbor


This painting has been sold
 


The Great Bridge by Moonlight, New York

The Great Bridge by Moonlight, New York
Oil, 20x30,

signed lower right

The Great Bridge by Moonlight, New York


This painting has been sold
     




 
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