Bronisława Łukomska – Wielowieyska (1865 – 1939)

Bronisława Łukomska – Wielowieyska. Portrait of a man holding a glass

Kolejna ofiara Niemców ze świata artystycznego w czasie II wojny światowej. Stosunkowo mało prac tej artystki przetrwało by można sobie coś więcej wyobrazić o jej malarstwie. Te dwa portrety mają atrybucję ale myślę, że prawdziwą. Zanotowuję na blogu bo przypuszczam, że te portrety, niedatowane i nie sygnowane, zapadną się na kolejne dziesiątki lat.

Lot 154. Bronislawa LUKOMSKA – WIELOWIEYSKA (1865 – Varsovie 1939). Portrait of a man holding a glass. Portrait of a woman sewing. Pair of canvases, on their original canvases Bears an inscription on the stretcher… Lukomska 72,5 x 58,5 cm. Bronislawa Lukomska – Wielowieyska is known as a painter of still lifes, portraits or typical Warsaw characters. She exhibited in Warsaw, Wilno, Lwow, Berlin, Munich and Prague. She stayed in Paris in 1893. She married the painter Tytus Poraj – Wielowieyski. Very few of her works remain. Most of them were destroyed in the bombings of World War II when Lukomska – Wielowieyska also died. We would like to thank Mr. Maurice Marek for his help in the attribution of these paintings. Estimate 800 / 1,200 euro for the pair. Tessier & Sarrou et Associés. 06/04/20.

Bronisława Łukomska – Wielowieyska. Portrait of a woman sewing

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