Miloš Reindl (1923-2002) was a Czech painter and graphic artist. He studied on Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Emil Filla and Antonin Kybal studio between 1946 and 1951.
He started working in graphic and advertisement studio in 1957, specialized on propagation of Czechoslovak industry on events and international exhibitions. He has made many big scale wall paintings. He created movie posters, characteristic for it’s monumental and reflection of movie content.
He emigrated in 1968 with family to Canada (Montreal), from 1970 he was professor on Laval University of Quebec, where he taught drawing and illustration. He worked there for 23 years. His half contract as teacher leave him enough space for art creation. He has made hundred paintings, mainly gouaches and watercolors.
Few of his remarkable works are displayed in the main Meeting Room.