Rene Roubicek and Miluse Roubickova

Rene Roubicek
Miluse Roubickova

Glass art

Biography
 


Rene Roubicek
23rd January 1922 in Prague
1940-44 Studied at the School of Applied Arts in Prague in the studio of monumental painting and glass (prof. Jaroslav Holecek)
1945-52 He taught at the Specialised School of Glassmaking in Kamenický Senov. He was a professor - art designer in the department of glass-cutting. He also co-operated artistically with the studio of Artistic Glass in Nový Bor
1949-50 Diploma work and state exams at the Academy of Applied Arts in Prague in the studio of Prof. J. Kaplicky
1952-53 Artist designer of the developmental centre of the Secondary Technical School of Glass in Zelezny Brod
1952-58 He co-operated with the Art Centre for the industry of glass and fine ceramics in Prague
1953-55 Artistic designer of the studios of the national enterprise Artistic Glass in Nový Bor
1955-65 Chief artistic designer of the technical-artistic centre of the national enterprise Borské Glass in Nový Bor
1966-68 Worked at the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague
since 1969 freelance artist; co-operatedon an occasion basis with Nový Bor Crystalex, the Glassworks UUR in Skrdlovice, with Hergiswiler Glasi in Switzerland and glassworks AJETO in Lindava near Novy Bor
 Lives in Kamenický Šenov and in Prague
Miluse Roubickova
20th July 1922 in Prague
1941-43 Studied at the School of Applied Arts in Prague
1943-44 Studied at the School of Applied Arts in Prague (Prof. J. Holecek)
1945-49 Studied at the Academy of Applied Arts in Prague in the studio of glass and monumental painting (prof. J. Kaplicky)
since 1948 she worked on a part-time basis for the Lobmeyr firm in Kamenicky Senov, the studio of Artistic Glass in Nový Bor, the Artistic Centre for the Glass Industry and Fine Ceramics in Prague, Borské Glass in Nový Bor and its successor Crystalex, the Glassworks UUR in Skrdlovice and Herdiswiler Glasi in Hergiswil (Switzerland)

Lives in Prague