The Friends of Suzanne Renaud and Bohuslav Reynek
My aim in publishing these few letters is to recall bygone times, the snows of yesteryear perhaps, and to introduce Bohuslav Reynek, the man in all his integrity and honesty before life […]
From 23 February 2017, the Czech Centre of Paris hosts the exhibition Bohuslav Reynek, Don Quixote in Petrkov on its premises at 18 rue Bonarparte. Alongside prints from the album dedicated to Cervantes’ hero—the only copy, put together and presented in Grenoble in 1960 […]
To mark the commemoration of the anniversary dates of the Czech engraver Bohuslav Reynek, who died in Petrkov on 28 September 1971, and his French wife, the poet Suzanne Renaud, who was born in Lyon on 30 September 1889, we are republishing […]
The poet Suzanne Renaud sent nearly all of these 45 letters from Petrkov, the Bohemian village where she lived with the Czech engraver Bohuslav Reynek from 1936, to her niece Suzanne, nicknamed Suzon, the eldest daughter […]
On the sidelines of the exhibition “Bohuslav Reynek – Estampes des années cinquante” [Bohuslav Reynek – Prints from the 1950s], Miluse Vidonne gives a brief, brisk, simply written account of her daily life in Czechoslovakia […]
The exhibition “Louanges d’hiver avec Bohuslav Reynek” [In Praise of Winter with Bohuslav Reynek] featured a handful of prints in the ogival niches of the Clos des Capucins Chapel in Meylan, which has a view stretching to snow-covered Belledonne Mountain […]
For generations, Les Amis de Suzanne Renaud et Bohuslav Reynek have preserved manuscripts, printed matter, letters and photographs that are currently being inventoried.
Over the last 30 years or so, French and Czech authors who are connoisseurs or specialists have carried out research and various studies on the work of Suzanne Renaud and Bohuslav Reynek (theses, lectures, papers at the Académie delphinale).
Articles, reviews and speeches attest to the events that have taken place under the aegis of Romarin or other cultural organizations.