Mieczyslaw Lurczynski (1907-1992) - 20th Century Oil, The River Seine, Paris
DescriptionA wonderful 20th century Parisian street scene by the artist Mieczyslaw Lurczynski. His work is characterized by clear contours and pure colour, which has drawn comparisons to stained glass windows. In this fine composition Lurczynski has captured the waterways of Paris with a large barge and the iconic French townhouses visible in the distance. Signed. On canvas board.
With some very minor scuffs to the edges of the board. Overall the condition is very good.
25.9 x 33.8cm (10.2" x 13.3")Sheet: 27.4 x 35.6cm (10.8" x 14")
Mieczyslaw Lurczynski (1908-1992) was born in St. Petersburg to middle-class Polish parents, and established himself in interwar Poland as a painter and poet. He joined the Home Army after the German Occupation and in February, 1943, was arrested and sent first to Majdanek, then to Buchenwald, and finally to SS-Kommando Hecht. In 1949 he moved to Paris, where he had a successful career as a painter and writer. He remained in the French city until his death in 1992.
Paris, Paris, Île-de-France, France
|Artist||Mieczyslaw Lurczynski (1907-1992)|
|Dimensions||25.9 x 33.8cm|
|Subject||Architecture & Cityscapes|
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