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Rosana Elisabeth de Montfort

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Rosana Elisabeth de Montfort
Rosana Elisabeth de Montfort v ateliéru, foto Tomáš Raška http---www.tomasraska.com-.jpg File:Rosana Elisabeth de Montfort v ateliéru, foto Tomáš Raška http---www.tomasraska.com-.jpg
Rosana Elisabeth de Montfort, photo Tomáš Raška
BornOctober 5, 1973 (1973-10-05) (age 47)
Ostrava
Czechoslovakia
🏡 Residence United Kingdom,  Czech Republic
🏳️ Nationality
💼 Occupation
Notable workLeap of Faith
05.10.2020
Space Cherry
I am Waiting
Source Found (Galerie Petra Brandla, Praha)
I want to be a human (Galerie Petra Brandla, Praha)
👩 Spouse(s)Russell G.A. de Montfort
🏅 AwardsInternational Price Velazquez 2019 European Museum of Modern Art, Barcelona International Price Michelangelo 2019, Brancaccio Palace, Rome
🌐 Websitehttp://rosanademontfort.com/

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Rosana Elisabeth de Montfort (* November 5 1973 Ostrava) is Czech painter, sculptor and designer.

Biography[edit]

Born in Ostrava, she was involved in art from the age of four, attending private lectures given by Karel Žaluda,[1] and figurative drawing lessons by a sculptor and painter Jaroslav Domiter.[2] Her paintings evoked controversial opinions among educators and her fantasque work was not received positively during the peak of communist regime. She exhibited not only in her studies at the art school in Ostrava, Blahoslavova Street, but also in the premises of cultural centers such as the Theater of Music (today's Stará Aréna Ostrava), vestibules of industrial buildings and schools. After graduating from the Gymnázium Hladnov and the Secondary School of Applied Arts in Ostrava-Poruba, which she did not finish, in 1991 she moved abroad, where she started her business in gastronomy and retail.

In 1993 she participated in collective exhibitions in Munich cafes and restaurants. A turning point in her work came with the exhibition in Kunstpark Ost in Munich, today's cultural center for entertainment and culture Kultfabrik. In 2001 she participated in the iconic Street Art Jams in Prague.[3]

Since 2003, she has lived and worked in the United Kingdom, where she started working in commercial production. Her works are becoming part of private collections: the latest large format Leap of Faith painting was bought by a collector in Australia. Her works are exhibited in commercial premises such as shopping centers, cafés, restaurants, but also in museums and castles. In addition to 3D art, she also creates street art backdrops and graffiti. She has also been involved in the music production of British TV channels Channel U, BBC Channel 4 a Lion TV. Since 2012 he has been living alternately in the United Kingdom and the Czech Republic.[4]

In addition to his work, she also cooperates with castle curators and city councils on beneficial projects for the return of lost works of art back to historical settlements. In 2019, she created a replica of the painting of the Blessed Ceslaw Odrowas (patron of the Sedlnitzky family). This two-and-a-half-meter painting, painted with oil on canvas, was placed back on the walls of the chateau in Bílovec in cooperation with the curator Eduard Valeš and with the participation of the members of the castle guard. The image of the patron, who has the task of protecting this noble settlement from all evil, was also blessed by the Dean of Bílovec P. Ing. Mgr. Lumír Tkáč.[5]

Significant Artworks[edit]

  • Leap of Faith – private collection in Sydney[6]
  • Ice Lake City – private collection in Irvine[7]
  • I am Waiting – in artist's private collection [8]
  • Space Cherry – awarded International Prize Velazquez 2019, in artists possession, Bílovec[9]
  • 05.10.2020 – in artist's private collection[10]
  • Some Things Never Change – awarded International Prize Michelangelo, Brancaccio Palace, Rome, 2019, in artists possession[11]
  • Painting of Blessed Ceslaus Odrowaz – donated by the artist to the national collection of Chateau Bílovec, Czech Republic, 2019[12]

Exhibitions[edit]

From the sources:[13]

  • 2019 Paintings / Peter Brandl Gallery– Praha, Czech Republic
  • 2019 Art Exhibition / Walton & Frinton-on-Sea – UK
  • 2019 Paintings / Martin Café – Nový Jičín, Czech Republic
  • 2019 Paintings / Galerie Chagall – Brušperk, Czech Republic
  • 2019 Paintings / Vinárna pod Pálavou – Olomouc, Czech Republic
  • 2019 Old & New / Bílovec Chateau – Czech Republic
  • 2019 Zjevení (Revelations) / Muzeum a Galerie Mlejn – Ostrava, Czech Republic
  • 2018 Parcon 2018 / Castle Bílovec – Bílovec, Czech Republic
  • 2017 Hunches / Art center Martello Tower – Essex, UK
  • 2016 The Pastures Art / Private show – Great Malvern, UK
  • 2015 Becoming Beast / Beecroft Art Gallery – Southend-on-Sea, UK
  • 2009 Channel U - Street Art project / Channel U studios – London, UK
  • 2005 Breaking Point / Vila Tauber & Fischl – Prague, Czech Republic
  • 2002 Matador in mir / Matador, Kunstpark Ost – Munich, Germany
  • 2002 Be Cult / Kultfabrik, Kunstpark Ost – Munich, Germany

Links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. "Osobnost: Karel Žaluda - Příjmení.cz". www.prijmeni.cz (in čeština). Retrieved 2019-05-03.
  2. "Jaroslav Domiter". domiter.art.sweb.cz (in čeština). Retrieved 2019-05-03.
  3. "Rosana De Montfort". Saatchi Art. Retrieved 2019-04-30.
  4. "Vizionářská díla - Český dialog". cesky-dialog.net. Retrieved 2019-04-30.
  5. Hatlapatková, Lenka (2019-12-02). "Na bílovecký zámek se vrací jeho patron Česlav Odřivous" (in čeština). Novinky.cz. Retrieved 2020-02-09.
  6. "Leap of Faith Painting". Saatchi Art. Retrieved 2019-04-30.
  7. "Ice Lake City by Rosana De Montfort (2016) : Painting Acrylic, Spray paint on Canvas - Singulart". www.singulart.com. Retrieved 2019-04-30.
  8. ""I am Waiting" Art Print". Saatchi Art. Retrieved 2019-04-30.
  9. "Space Cherry Painting". Saatchi Art. Retrieved 2019-04-30.
  10. "Aesthetica Magazine - Rosana De Montfort". Aesthetica Magazine. Retrieved 2019-04-30.
  11. ""SOME THINGS NEVER CHANGE" Painting". Saatchi Art. Retrieved 2019-12-06.
  12. ""BLESSED CESLAUS ODROVAS " Painting". DENÍK.CZ- VLTAVA LABE MEDIA a.s. (in čeština). ParlamentníListy.cz - OUR MEDIA a.s. https://www.parlamentnilisty.cz/politika/obce-volicum/Bilovec-Patrona-vsech-Odrivousu-se-vrati-na-bilovecky-zamek-605530. Missing or empty |title= (help) (in čeština). POLAR televize Ostrava, s.r.o. https://polar.cz/zpravy/pr/11000014284/navrat-patrona-vsech-odrivousu-na-bilovecky-zamek. Retrieved 2020-04-12. Missing or empty |title= (help)
  13. "Rosana De Montfort : contemporary British Painter - Singulart". www.singulart.com. Retrieved 2019-04-30.

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