(born in Prague, 1948), graphic designer, painter. From 1967–1973 she studied under professors Čepelák, John, Jiroudek and Paderlík. She has exhibited in galleries in Hollar, the Topičův Salon, the White Unicorn Gallery, the galleries Pecka and Fronta, the Dvůr in Veselí nad Moravou, the Doma Gallery in Kyjov and elsewhere. Her work is represented in the National Gallery, the Gallery of Fine Arts in Havlíčkův Brod and Náchod, the Gallery of Modern Art in Roudnice nad Labem, the Klatovy/Klenová Gallery, the Regional Art Gallery in Liberec, the Gallery of Art in Karlovy Vary, the Orlická Gallery in Rychnov nad Kněžnou, in the State Gallery of Fine Arts in Cheb and the East-Bohemian Gallery in Pardubice.
The painting of Marie Blabolilová is not painting in the classic sense of the word. As a painter, she asserts her superb graphic vision and employs the principle of the grid in an original manner, setting the rhythm and forming the composition. She also uses unconventional materials such as linoleum and the paint roller. Marie Blabolilová thus belongs among the pioneers. It can even be said that she occupies a unique position even worldwide because the old type of linoleum, which she employs for its inspirational patterns, is a Czech product typical for its time, something an artist elsewhere in the world would never come across. Lucie Šiklová