|Born||19 July 1932
Příbram na Morave, Czechoslovakia
|Occupation||Painter, Educator, Author|
Rudolf Fila (born 19 July 1932 in Příbram na Morave, Czechoslovakia) is a Slovak painter, educator and author, best known for his artistic reinterpretations of the works of Gustav Klimt. He resides in Bratislava, Slovakia.
- 1950-1952: Attended the School of Applied Art in Brno
- 1952-1958: Attended the Academy of Fine Arts in Bratislava
- 1960: began teaching at the High School for Applied Art in Bratislava
- 1960s: Represented at international exhibitions
- 1971: Exhibition in Zürich
- 1990: moved to the Academy of Fine Arts in Bratislava
- 1993-1996: Exhibitions in Vienna, Budapest, Warsaw, Ulm, Châteauroux, London, Novara and Paris
Fila's works are represented in the collections of the Slovak National Gallery, the National Gallery in Prague, the Museum of the 20th Century in Vienna, the permanent exhibition of the Credit Suisse Art Collection in London and other cities in Europe and the United States.
- Fila, Rudolf (2003). cestou (in Slovak). Bratislava, Slovakia: Petrus. ISBN 80-88939-58-5.
- Fila, Rudolf and Filová, Dorota (2005). Premeny: Kópie, citácie, premaľby (in Slovak). Bratislava, Slovakia: Petrus. ISBN 80-88939-55-0.
- Michalovič, Peter (2007). Fila Interpretatio Klimt (in English, German and Slovak). Bratislava, Slovakia: Slovart. ISBN 978-80-8085-297-9.
- Mojžiš, Juraj (1997). Rudolf Fila (in Slovak). Bratislava, Slovakia: Slovart. ISBN 80-7145-251-3.
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