Wygląda na to, że prace J. Wolskiego sprzedawane są parami (buy one get one free?). Na marginesie, nieznany malarz choć wiadomo, że ‘Wolski’ to pseudonim TW (tajnego współpracownika) Jaruzelskiego. Czyżby wspomnienia generała z Syberii? Zagadka. Any comments?
Lot 336. TWO JAN WOLSKI (POLISH, 1907-1990) PAINTINGS, winter scenes with men and troikas (a Russian sleigh pulled by a team of three horses abreast), oil on canvas, 10.5 x 20.75 inches, each artist red letter signed J. WOLSKI, matching gold wood and gesso frames each 17.75 x 28.25 inches overall.
Lot 0603. Boleslaw Von SzanKowski, oil on canvas, Dimension: 33″ x 28″
Boleslaw Von Szankowski was a Polish visual artist who was born in 1873. Many works by the artist have been sold at auction. The artist died in 1953.
Lot 0093. LESZEK PIASECKI (1928-1991) – polish painter, learned in Lvov (now Ukraine) in the Szkola Przemyslu Artystycznego and privately – with Z. Rozwadowski and S. Kaczor-Batowski. In years 1946-1952 was studing in ASP in Krakow with F. Pautsch, I. Pieńkowski, J. Holiński and J. Fedkowicz. Friend of Karol Kossak, who sometimes cooperated with. From 1794 living in Vienna. Author of portraits, batalistic scenes, Horsens and hunting scenes. Due to this subjects sometimes was called “Viennese Kossak”. Exhibitions in Warsaw, Krakow, Moscow, Odessa and several Times in Veinna.
Oil on canvas, depicting the tent of Arabic nomads (male and female), with woman sitting inside and man standing and feeding the horse. Signed “Leszek Piasecki”. Dimensions: frame 64,6 x 53,1 cm. Visible part of the painting 38,3 x 27,2 cm.
Lot 33. Magdalena Abakanowicz (b. 1930) Standing Figure II
signed with the artist’s monogram and dated ’86’ (on the reverse of the right leg)
bronze with black patina
160 x 48 x 28cm.
Executed in 1986, this work is from an edition of circa five
Lot 42. Tamara de LEMPICKA (1898-1980)
Femme à la mandoline – circa 1933
Eau-forte et aquatinte en couleurs sur Japon signée et numérotée “91/100”
65 x 42 cm (25,59 x 16,54 in.)