Stanisław Kamocki (1875 – 1944)

Stanisław. Kamocki. Interior view of the church of St. Stanislaw (St. Stanislaus) in Frydman (Friedmann)

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Lot 1348. Stanislaw Kamocki (1875 Warsaw – 1944 Zakopane). Interior view of the church of St. Stanislaw (St. Stanislaus) in Frydman (Friedmann)// Large-format, impressionistic work from the artist’s early oeuvre, probably from 1911, painted with a soft pastose style and in a light, pastel colouring. Kamocki studied from 1891-1900 at the Cracow Academy of Art under Jan Stanislawski, the founder of modern Polish landscape painting, and became one of his most important students; through two scholarships in Paris in 1901/02 and 1904/05 he also became acquainted with current international art trends. Kamocki, who belonged to the “Mloda Polska” (Young Poland) movement, preferred to paint outdoors and found the motifs for this on long journeys through Poland and neighbouring areas. From 1919 Kamocki headed the landscape painting class at the Krakow Academy, and in 1937 he became a professor. From 1899 on, he participated in numerous exhibitions, from 1906 also in the exhibitions of the Vienna Secession, of which he was a member from 1911 to 1918. Kamocki’s works can be found in the National Museums in Krakow and Warsaw, among others. Oil/floodwood; r. and signed; verso with reference to the date and verso 1911. 85 cm x 104 cm. Frame. /V/Oil on canvas. Signed. Inscribed and dated 1911 on the reverse. Estimate 8,500 euro. Schloss Ahlden. 09/06/20

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