Stanislav Hanzík

a contemporary Czech sculptor

Public works

 

In our contemporary sculpture, Hanzik represents aesthetic activity which "summons" the power and strength of a man living, even now, in anxiety evoked by his wartime experiences, an anxiety which has become as "universal as the events which evoke it" (Garaudy). A learned misconception might prompt Hanzik's torsos to be seen as allegories inspired by classical mythology. Modern sculptors turn to mythology to define the magic in relationships between man, life, and nature which they capture as an enduring, aesthetic virtue and lasting application, and not for the sake of archaic symbolism. Hanzik develops the contemporary emotional intensity of life and its dominant features in these three motifs.

 

Dr. Josef Cisarovsky, from the Exhibition Catalogue St. Hanzik, Gallery New Hall, Prague 1967, see the entire text here >>

Danae, Hanzik S., 1967
Danae, Hanzik S., 1967

limestone, 225 cm Public Garden, Ústí nad Labem, CZ

Judgement of Paris, Hanzik S., 2014
Judgement of Paris, Hanzik S., 2014

Granite-diorite, 160 cm, work in progress from the artist's studio yeard

Fountain, Hanzik S. 1999
Fountain, Hanzik S. 1999

Limestone, 130x200 cm Castel Roudnice, CZ

Fountain Roudnice - detail, Hanzik S
Fountain Roudnice - detail, Hanzik S

1999, limestone, 130x200 cm Castel Roudnice, CZ

Fortune of the Country
Fortune of the Country

Granit, 200 cm Fountain on the Square Lidice

Dialog, Hanzik Stanislav,1983
Dialog, Hanzik Stanislav,1983

Limestone, 250x200 cm, Winning sculpture for National Theater, Prague, Ursulas Gardens

The Czech Lion, Hanzik S., 1977
The Czech Lion, Hanzik S., 1977

sandstone, 460 cm , Most, CZ Mining town Most, a birthplace of the artist

St. Adalbert, Hanzik S., 1997
St. Adalbert, Hanzik S., 1997

limestone, 220 cm Historical Town Square, Roudnice nad Labem

The Pilgrim, Hanzik, 1967
The Pilgrim, Hanzik, 1967

limestone, 200 cm

The Good Shepherd, Hanzik S., 1977
The Good Shepherd, Hanzik S., 1977

limestone , 175 cm The National Monument romanesque Rotunda of St. Georg on the Hill Říp close to Prague, CZ According to legend, the primal father Čech (Czech) brought his folk – shepferds - to Říp and settled here thanks to the fertile land.

St Wenceslas, Hanzik S., 1998
St Wenceslas, Hanzik S., 1998

granite-diorite, 175 cm The square in the historical down town Příbram, CZ

St. Vaclav, Hanzik S., 1998
St. Vaclav, Hanzik S., 1998

granite-diorite, 175 cm The square in the historical down town Příbram, CZ

Jaroslav Seifert's memorial, Hanzik
Jaroslav Seifert's memorial, Hanzik

1997, bronze/granite, 50/300 cm, Kralupy nad Vltavou A Nobel Prize–winning Czech writer, poet and journalist. (1901-1986)

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Christ, Hanzik S., 2000
Christ, Hanzik S., 2000

wood, 200 cm Presbitery of Romanesque Rotunda of St. Georg, the Hill Říp, CZ

Christ, Hanzik S., 2000
Christ, Hanzik S., 2000

wood, 200 cm Presbitery of Romanesque Rotunda of St. Georg, the Hill Říp, CZ

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