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Jindřich Vybíral

Charles F. A. Voysey's Forgotten Designs for Southern Moravia

In 1912 the architect Charles Francis Annesley Voysey designed a family tomb and in 1922 a country seat for the Jihlava entrepreneur Karl Löw, owner of the largest textile factories in western Moravia. Until now, it was assumed that these designs were never executed. The article indicates that an altered version of the country house was built in Henčov near Jihlava, and that Löw's tomb in the Jihlava cemetery, from 1915, can also be attributed to Voysey.

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