Antonín Slavíček (1870–1910) was a renowned Czech painter. He was a part of the Czech impressionist movement. One of his most famous works is "Garden Wall," which hangs in the National Gallery in Prague.
Following a stroke he was unable to continue painting and committed suicide.
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