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Martin Benka´s biography and work Martin Benka (21 September 1888, Kostolište - 28 June 1971, Malacky) - was a Slovak painter and illustrator. He is regarded as the founder of Modernist 20th century Slovakian painting. He was given the title National Artist. He is buried in the National Cemetery inMartin.Benka's ornamental style, influenced by folk art, contrasted sharply with the functional and purist approach of the German Bauhaus and Soviet avantgarde movements of that time. A contemporary of the famous Czech generation of cubist artists, Benka lived in Prague for 30 years.
Martin Benka´s biography and work Benka, along with Ľudovít Fulla, Mikuláš Galanda, and the Czech Jaroslav Vodrážka created Modernist Slovak typography. He was a prolific creator of different fonts - between 40 and 60 of them.Whilst searching for characteristic features, forms and colours of Slovakia, Benka would visit regions where people lived simply, in communion with nature. Benka would often travel around the countryside, documenting rural life and nature in his works, many of which he did outdoors and spontaneously. In addition to this, Benka built himself a countryhouse, which is today the The Martin Benka Museum as outlined in his will, in which he bequeathes his work to the state.
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