Jaromir Funke, Untitled (Girl’s head and hand), 1935 Jaromír Funke, Oranges, 1930
Jaromir Funke, Untitled, 1935 Jaromir Funke, Glass and Reflection, 1929
Jaromir Funke, Composition, 1925
Jaromir Funke, Landscape, 1940 – 1941 Jaromir Funke, On the Outskirts of the City, 1940
Jaromir Funke,Miroslav Kouřil, Wedekind, Spring Awakening Scene, 1936 Jaromir Funke, In museum (The Modern Gallery) , 1936
Josef Sudek, Portrait of Jaromír Funke, 1924 Jaromir Funke, After Carnival, 1924
Jaromír Funke (1896–1945) studied medicine, law and philosophy at Charles University in Prague but did not graduate. Instead he concentrated on becoming a professional freelance photographer. By 1922 he was a leader of the young opposition movement in photography and a founder of the Czech Society of Photography (1924) whose mission was to create photography that would fulfil new social functions.
Time Persists, 1930-34