Post War Polish Village - Painting by J Krajewski

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Post War Polish Village - Painting by J Krajewski

SIMPSON FINE ART
Post War Polish Village - Mid 20th Century Impressionist Oil -Juliusz Krajewski. Juliusz Krajewski (born September 3, 1905 in Żółkiew , died 1992 in Warsaw ) - Polish painter, husband of Helena Malarewicz-Krajewska , active supporter of socialist realism. He studied painting at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw with Mieczysław Kotarbiński. After graduating, he joined together with his wife Helena Krajewska to the artistic group " Czapka Frygijska " uniting painters with leftist views, and participated in exhibitions of this group. In 1944 in Lublin he started working in the Union of Polish Visual Artists . He was the vice-president of the Union ( 1944 - 1949 ), and then the president ( 1949 - 1952 ). In the years 1948 - 1950 he was a professor at the College of Fine Arts in Warsaw before its incorporation into the Academy of Fine Arts. He became a member of the basic party organization of the PPR at the Association of Artists. This piece was created using oil on board and is in a cream and gilt frame.

Dimensions: 

  • H: 45cm (17.72in)
  • W: 46.3cm (18.23in)
  • D: 3cm (1.18in)

Period: 

Circa 1940s

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Simpson Fine Art was established by Eve Simpson in 1998.  Eve has been an art dealer specialising in 20th century British Art for over 40 years.

Initially opening a gallery on Church Street, London (1975) and then a second on Curzon Street, Mayfair, London (1980).  In 1985 she opened a larger premises on Church Street.  In 1998 she opened a gallery in Old Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire in partnership with her husband called Simpson Fine Art.  In 2000 the galleries were sold, semi-retiring, Eve continued dealing from home and at the Decorative Antiques Fair (London) 3 times a year.

She has over 300 works of art from the 20th century.  All her artists are listed.

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