Barracks of the former Austro-Hungarian POW Camp Josefstadt depicted in the watercolour painting by Ukrainian painter Ivan Ivanec (1923) on display at the exhibition 'The Experience of Exile' in Prague, Czech Republic. The exhibition devoted to the emigration from the former Russian Empire to Czechoslovakia runs in the Star Summer Palace (Letohrádek Hvězda) till 29 October 2017. Ukrainian painter Ivan Ivanec (1893-1946) was interned in the Josefstadt Camp after the Polish-Ukrainian War as the lieutenant of the Ukrainian Galician Army in the 1920s.

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Barracks of the former Austro-Hungarian POW Camp Josefstadt depicted in the watercolour painting by Ukrainian painter Ivan Ivanec (1923) on display at the exhibition 'The Experience of Exile' in Prague, Czech Republic. The exhibition devoted to the emigration from the former Russian Empire to Czechoslovakia runs in the Star Summer Palace (Letohrádek Hvězda) till 29 October 2017. Ukrainian painter Ivan Ivanec (1893-1946) was interned in the Josefstadt Camp after the Polish-Ukrainian War as the lieutenant of the Ukrainian Galician Army in the 1920s.
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Image ID: JG84BX