Hana Autengruberová-Jedličková (1888 - 1970) was a Czech painter and draftswoman.

Representation in the collections: Her work is represented in the collections of the Jan Autengruber Gallery in the Municipal Museum in Pacov.

Hana Autengruberová-Jedličková (1888-1970) is one of many Czech artists who entered the art scene in the first decades of the 20th century and whose work is essentially forgotten today. She studied at the School of Applied Arts in Prague (1904-1909) and subsequently at a private painting school in Munich. Encounters with Munich naturalism and colorism, the tradition of open-air painting as well as repeated study trips to Italy marked her entire work. The author was particularly interested as a sensitive landscape painter, but her extraordinary sense of figural and genre motifs is also evident from the surviving legacy. As a portraitist and vigilant observer, she was an inconspicuous but convincing documentary filmmaker of everyday poetics. After the birth of her daughter Jana and the subsequent, untimely death of her husband Jan Autengruber (1920), whose work was also recently discovered and evaluated for Czech art history, Hana Autengruberová-Jedličková devoted herself mainly to open-air drawing for economic and practical reasons; at the same time, it was able to elevate this medium to the level of autonomous artistic expression. Her involvement in the Circle of Fine Artists, the first Czech women's art association, was also significant; with KVU she exhibited at home and abroad throughout its existence (1917-1951).