Mikoláš Aleš (1852 - 1913) was a Czech painter, decorator and illustrator. Aleš is estimated to have had over 5,000 published pictures; he painted for everything from magazines to playing cards to textbooks and buildings. His paintings were not publicized too widely outside Bohemia, but Mikoláš Aleš is regarded as one of the Czech Republic’s greatest artists and a classic of the 19th century. Many of his paintings depict events or people from Czech history.
(1) After the battle near Ústí (2) Prokop Holý and Jan of Rokycany (3) Hussite cavalry (4) Mathias Corvinus and George of Poděbrady (5) Jan Roháč from Dubá (6) Slaugther of Saxons under Hrubá Rock + more here