Kazimierz in Poland - Oil Impression by Krajewska


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Kazimierz in Poland - Oil Impression by Krajewska

Helena Malarewicz-Krajewska (born 14 July 1910 in Biecz , died May 7, 1998 in Warsaw) is a Polish painter, active advocate of socialist realism.

Studied between 1928 and 1929 at the Free School of Painting and Drawing in Cracow , from 1929 to 1934 at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw : painting by Mieczysław Kotarbiński and Felicjan Szczęsny Kowarski and graphic art by Władysław Skoczylas and Leon Wyczółkowski . During his studies at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw he worked in the Association of Independent Socialist Youth "Życie" .

At the end of 1945, Helena and Juliusz Krajewscy lived in Warsaw. Helena Krajewska participated in the creation of the first Polish Fine Arts Association. Krajewscy became members of the PPR party organization at the Fine Arts Association.

In 1947 she became the President of the Board of the Warsaw District of the Union of Polish Artists , and in 1948 the Secretary of the Polish United Workers' Party at the ZPAP.

In December 1985, an exhibition of works by Helena and Juliusz Krajewski took place in Warsaw's Zacheta . After 1989 some of the paintings of the Krajewski were transferred to the gallery of socialist realist art of the Zamoyski Museum in Kozłówka .

This piece was created using oil and paper, then transferred onto board and is in a wooden gilt frame.

Keywords: Kazimierz, Poland, impressionist, bus, town, village, clouds, sky, roads, streets, trees, houses, blue, white, grey, green, red, orange, quiet.


  • H: 35.5cm (13.98in)
  • W: 45.5cm (17.91in)
  • D: 2cm (0.79in)


Circa 1970

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