Jánuš Kubíček (1921-1993) was a Czech painter, graphic artist and photographer.

Representation in collections: Moravian Gallery in Brno and National Gallery in Prague.

He came from an artistic family - his father and uncle were well-known sculptors (Josef Kubíček and Leoš Kubíček). In 1924, the family moved to Brno, which permanently became Kubíček's home and main artistic place of work. After graduating from the grammar school in Králové Pole, he studied at the Brno School of Arts and Crafts, and in 1950 he was accepted into the Union of Czechoslovak Fine Artists. His artistic opinion, gradually crystallizing into a distinctive, imaginative abstraction, was significantly influenced by the family collection of works of Czech modern art. Significant was his lifelong friendship with Bohumír Matal, with whom and several other Brno artists founded the creative group Brno 57 in 1957.