Jahoda Robert

Robert Jahoda was an outstanding bookbinder and creator of artistic bindings. He was born in 1862 in Bochnia, died in 1947 in Krakow. He learned his profession in Kraków, Tarnów, Lviv and Vienna. In 1887 he founded a bookbinding publishing house in Krakow, which was also a meeting place for writers, artists and painters. It was used by Włodzimierz Tetmajer, Juliusz and Wojciech Kossak, Jacek Malczewski, Julian Fałat, Wojciech Weiss, Stanisław Wyspiański and others. Jahoda received many awards, diplomas and medals and participated in many exhibitions, including international ones. Jahoda’s most valuable work was the renovation of “Chronicles” by Jan Długosz.

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