Milivoy Uzelac

Size: ~16.5 x 12.5 inches - Original Pochoirs
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Les Joies du Sport
Bull Fighting
Date: 1932
Price: $295 - On Japan
Print Code: Sporuze001

Les Joies du Sport
Boxing
Date: 1932
Price: $225
Print Code: Sporuze002

Les Joies du Sport
Ballooning
Date: 1932
Price: $225
Print Code: Sporuze003

Les Joies du Sport
Hunting
Date: 1932
Price: $225
Print Code: Sporuze004

Les Joies du Sport
Motor Boating
Date: 1932
Price: $295 - On Japan
Print Code: Sporuze005

Les Joies du Sport
Table Tennis
Date: 1932
Price: $225
Print Code: Sporuze006

These magnificent and extremely rare pochoirs have been selected from a work entitled "Les Joies du Sport", published in 1932 under the supervision of Milivoy Uzelac.

Milivoy Uzelac was born on July 27, 1897 in Mostar, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Yugoslavia. He studied with Jan Preisler at the Académie of Beaux-Arts in Prague.
Beginning in 1922 Uzelac exhibited at the Salons des Indépendants, Salons d’Automne, and Salons des Tuileries. The French avant-garde artists with whom Uzelac exhibited influenced the development of his work. In 1946 he exhibited at the Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris.
This group exhibition was organized by the United Nations and traveled to museums in Brussels, London, Amsterdam, Zagreb and Belgrade. Uzelac illustrated Requiem by Serge Essenine, La Rencontre by Pascal de François Maurice, Le Moyen de parvenir by Béroalde de Verville and many other publications.

Uzelac is known for his figurative paintings as well as nudes. His style was appealing and purely modern. He did a series of lithographs depicting a variety of sports and also worked as an illustrator and sculptor.