Works of František Jakub Prokyš
The painter František Jakub Prokyš left extensive works in Český Krumlov. The sponsors of his works were mainly Joseph Adam zu Schwarzenberg and the Krumlov church dignitaries. We thus find his works in rooms of the Český Krumlov Castle as well as in the interiors of churches in Český Krumlov and its environs.
The Baroque-Rococo illusory expression of the paintings of František Jakub Prokyš is the characteristic artistic feature of the following places:
- Oriental cabinet in the Český Krumlov Castle, cca 1755 ( Schwarzenberg Baroque Suite)
- "Chinese hall" in the Castle Červený Dvůr, 1757
- The art decoration of the hall, salon and dining room of the Summer House Bellarie in the chateau gardens in Český Krumlov 1755-1757
- The Four Seasons Allegory in the Musical Pavillion the chateau gardens in Český Krumlov, 1752.
- The decoration of the hall and cabinet of Princess Marie Terezie at Kvítkův Dvůr, 1757
- Prokyšův Hall of the Prelatura (Horní No. 155) in Český Krumlov, 1769
- The death chapel of resurrection of the St. Vitus Church in Český Krumlov, 1777
- Altar paintings of the conversion of St. Paul and the Blessed Virgin Mary's birth, 1773, St. Vitus Church in Český Krumlov.
- Altar painting of the Holy Apostles, 1769, St. Vitus Church of Český Krumlov.
- A signed pharmaceutical board, 1775 (in the exposition of the District Museum of National History - a Baroque pharmacy).
- Altar painting of St. Blasius of the monasterial church, app. 1763, collections in the District Museum of National History of Český Krumlov.
- Altar painting of St. Alois Gonzag, 1760's, church of the minority monastery in Český Krumlov.
- A wall painting of St Michael, 1765-1766, church of the minority monastery in Český Krumlov.
- Altar painting of the Blessed Virgin Mary of the rosary with St. Dominic and St. Kateřina Sienská, 1768, the Blessed Virgin Mary Chapel in the church in Chvalšiny.