Josef Čapek

Photo portrait, 1937 Josef Čapek (; 23 March 1887 – April 1945) was a Czech artist who was best known as a painter, but who was also noted as a writer and a poet. He invented the word "robot", which was introduced into literature by his brother, Karel Čapek. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Čapek, Josef, 1887-1945
Published 1972
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by Čapek, Josef, 1887-1945
Published 2010
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by Čapek, Josef, 1887-1945
Published 1958
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by Čapek, Josef, 1887-1945
Published 1970
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by Čapek, Josef, 1887-1945
Published 1957
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by Čapek, Josef, 1887-1945
Published 1975
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by Čapek, Josef, 1887-1945
Published 1964
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by Čapek, Josef, 1887-1945
Published 1996
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by Čapek, Josef, 1887-1945
Published 1959
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by Čapek, Josef, 1887-1945
Published 1996
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by Čapek, Josef, 1887-1945
Published 1976
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by Čapek, Josef, 1887-1945
Published 2011
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by Čapek, Josef, 1887-1945
Published 2000
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by Čapek, Josef, 1887-1945
Published 2018
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by Čapek, Josef, 1887-1945
Published 2012
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by Čapek, Josef, 1887-1945
Published 2014
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