Alicja Halicka (1895 – 1975)

Alicja Halicka. Nature morte

Lot 27. Alice Halicka (Alicja Halicka), Polish 1894-1975- Nature morte, circa 1912; oil on paper, signed lower left, 30 x 44cm, (ARR) Provenance: John Denham Gallery, London; Bonhams, London, 21 October 2003 lot 85 (titled ‘Nature Morte au pitcher et vase’); Private collection, London Note: For a similar example see Gerald Schurrt, ‘Alice Halicka -Les petits maîtres de la peinture, valeur de demain, 1820-1920’ , 1975 With thanks to John Denham for his assistance in cataloguing this piece. Estimate £3,000 – £5,000. Roseberys. 12/04/19

Rozumiem, że to mogą być jedne z pierwszych prac kubistycznych Alicji Halickiej, te mniej udane, lub może nawet nieudane. Później było już dużo lepiej.


Alicja Halicka. Nature morte

Lot 26.. Alice Halicka (Alicja Halicka), Polish 1894-1975- Nature morte, circa 1912; oil on paper, 36 x 51cm, (ARR) Provenance: John Denham Gallery, London; Bonhams, London 21 October 2003 lot 85; Private collection, London Note: With thanks to John Denham for his assistance cataloguing this piece. Estimate £800 – £1,200. Roseberys. 12/04/19

The following lots 26 and 27 are by Alice Halicka. Halicka exhibited at the Salon des Independants and began to work under the influence of art dealer Leopold Zborowski (1889-1932), who was a strong proponent of Cubism. Zborowski began to represent her work, however her husband strongly discouraged it; as a result Halicka destroyed much of her cubist work, and from 1919 focused on collage and fabric design

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