Visualizzazione post con etichetta Polish Art. Mostra tutti i post
Visualizzazione post con etichetta Polish Art. Mostra tutti i post
Textual description of firstImageUrl

Stanisław Żukowski | Interiors of Russian estate houses

Żukowski (Zhukouski), Stanisław (1873, Yendruhoucy village in Hrodna guberniya - 1944, Pruszków near Warszaw, Poland) - Painter of landscapes🎨, interiors, still life.
He was born into the family of aristocrat deprived of possessions and the rights of the nobility for participating in the 1863 uprising.
In 1892 S. Żukowski, against his father’s will, went to Moscow to study painting.
He graduated from Moscow School of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture where he was supervised by Isaac Levitan🎨.

Textual description of firstImageUrl

Tamara de Lempicka (1898-1980) | The Baroness with a Brush

Born Maria Gorska in 1898 in Warsaw, Poland (then a sovereign state of Russia), Tamara de Łempicka🎨 has come to be recognized both by her epithet, "Baroness with a Brush", and as icon of the Roaring Twenties.
As the daughter of wealthy parents, she was sent to Lausanne, Switzerland, to attend boarding school as a child - an experience she despised.

Textual description of firstImageUrl

Jarek Kubicki, 1976 | 32nd day of Covid-19 Quarantine

"In recent days", says Polish painter🎨 Jarek Kubicki, "in Poland there have been many reports of police abuse in connection with quarantine, people are punished for ordinary cycling or jogging, even if they are alone and away from residential areas.
This provoked me to create a series of 32nd day of Quarantine, which refers to this situation in a light way, based on well-known works of art, while allowing to channel social frustration".

Textual description of firstImageUrl

Igor Morski, 1960 | Surreal Green

Igor Morski is a Polish painter🎨, illustrator and graphic designer whose surreal work is as thought evoking as they are beautifully rendered.
Anyone wishing to glance at his work will find themselves staring. It’s the kind of art that would make a casual observer do a double-take.

Textual description of firstImageUrl

Simon Glücklich (German painter, 1863-1943)

Simon Glücklich was born in Bielitz, Germany (now Poland) in 1863.
Son of decorator painter Leo Glücklich, Simon Glücklich attended high school in Bielitz and then studied at the Vienna Art Academy from 1880-1890 and from 1885-1890 with the genre and landscape painter Leopold Carl Müller (1834-1892).

Textual description of firstImageUrl

Yarek Godfrey (Polish, 1957-2014)

Born in Olsztyn, Poland, Yarek Godfrey (real name Jaroslaw Pawel Nowicki) was a Polish artist of French, British and Austrian origins.
In 1982 he graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Cracow and the Studies for Stage Costume design for theater in Cracow.
In 1983 he moved to Paris, where he lived until his death in 2014.
Godfrey received numerous awards for his work (among others, the Gold Medal of the XXXVIII Salon of Young Artists, Grand Palais, Paris, 1987; Grand Prix of the XXVI International Art Salon Côte d’Azur, Cannes, 1990).
He presented his work at numerous group and individual exhibitions, primarily in the United States and France, but also in Belgium, Monaco or Italy. He died tragically on March 28th, 2014.

Textual description of firstImageUrl

Tytus Brzozowski

Tytus Brzozowski - architect and watercolorist. He graduated from the Faculty of Architecture of the Warsaw University of Technology.
He also studied and worked in Finland where he was searching for severe Nordic art and design.
Tytus Brzozowski presents the city of his dreams - full of decorative buildings, narrow streets and soaring towers.
Using the elements of architecture and landscape that are characteristic for Warsaw, he creates new worlds that, despite its fairy character, are still local.

Textual description of firstImageUrl

Moise Kisling (1891-1953)

Moïse Kisling was a Polish🎨-born French painter🎨.
He moved to Paris in 1910 at the age of 19, and became a French citizen in 1915, after serving and being wounded with the French Foreign Legion in World War I.
He emigrated to the United States in 1940, after the fall of France, and returned there in 1946.
Moïse Kisling died in Sanary-sur-Mer, Var, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, France on April 29, 1953.
A residential street in the town is named after him.