Władysław Aleksander Malecki (1836 – 1900)

Władysław Aleksander Malecki. The environs of Cracow, 1872

Duży olej Władysława Maleckiego mogący stanowić centerpiece niejednej kolekcji polskiego malarstwa XIX-wiecznego został żałośnie wyceniony przez Sotheby’s.

Lot 174. Wladyslaw Malecki 1836 – 1900. The environs of Cracow, signed and dated W. Malecki / 1872 lower left, oil on canvas. Unframed: 45 by 117cm., 17¾ by 46in. Framed: 57.5 by 130cm., 22¾ by 51¼in. Provenence: William Henry Wallis (of French Gallery, 120 Pall Mall and Effra Road, Brixton), His estate sale: Christie’s Mason & Woods, London, 9-10 December 1892, lot 232. Mr Rhodes (purchased at the above sale). Estimate 7,000 – 10,000 GBP. Sotheby’s. 12/09/20. Sold 32,760 GBP( incl. buyer’s premium)

Władysław Aleksander Malecki (1836 – 1900)

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26″ x 36″

Marsh landscape with water fowl. Oil on canvas, signed lower left, framed in gilded and gessoed carved wooden frame, overall 31 ½” x 41 ½”. Verso of canvas written “This picture the property of Mary E. Shepherd”.
Vladislav Malecki began as a stage decorator for Antonio Sacchetti (1790-1870), an Italian set designer who had come to Poland in 1835. Then, from 1852 to 1856, he attended the School of Fine Arts in Warsaw, where he studied with Chrystian Breslauer. He received a scholarship and was able to study abroad; first at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna, then at the Academy of Fine Arts, Munich, where he studied with Eduard Schleich. It was then that he decided to devote himself to landscapes. After graduating in 1879 he traveled extensively; working throughout Bavaria, Tyrolia and the Alps. His paintings received little recognition in Poland, although he had won several medals at exhibitions in London and Vienna during the 1870s.

Condition: Previous restorations: Canvas has been relined, two repair patches on the verso with in-painting seen under UV light to those areas on canvas front, newer varnish layer. Minor losses to frame.

Estimate $12,000-18,000. Aspire. 05/25/17

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Władysław Aleksander Malecki (1836 – 1900)

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Lot 1547. WLADYSLAW ALEKSANDER  MALECKI 1836 Maslów – 1900 Szydlowiec
Landschaft mit Gehöft
Öl auf Leinwand, doubliert. 67 x 159 cm. Signiert und datiert unten links ‘W. Malecki; 1873’. Rahmen.

Wladyslaw Aleksander Malecki zählt zu den wichtigsten Mitbegründern der realistischen, polnischen Landschaftsmalerei. Er studierte von 1852 bis 1856 Malerei an der Akademie der Bildenden Künste in Warschau unter Christian Breslauer bevor er 1865 an der Kunstgewerbeschule in Wien und dann von 1867 bis 1868 bei Eduard Schleich an der Münchener Kunstakademie lernte. Zu Beginn von der Münchener Malerei beeinflusst, gewann später der französische Malstil nach Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot und der Schule von Barbizon mehr Bedeutung in Maleckis Werk

Reserve 2,500 euro. Hargesheimer. 03/10/17

Władysław Aleksander Malecki (1836 – 1900)

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Lot 4589. Malecki, Wladyslaw Aleksander: Dorflandschaft mit Prozession. Öl/Leinwand, links unten signiert. Kleine Bauernfamilie auf der Wiese vor dem ärmlichen Haus mit Blick zum Gehweg, auf dem sich eine Trauerprozession Richtung Dorfkirche bewegt. Leichte Altersspuren. 52 x 79,5 cm, Goldstuckrahmen 68 x 96 cm. Th/B.: Polnischer Landschafts- und Tiermaler (1836 – 1900), lebte um 1872/79 in München. Bilder im National-Museum Krakau und in Warschau.

Reserve 1,500 euro. Wendl. 6/20/15

Władysław Aleksander Malecki (1836 – 1900)

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Malarz ceniony teraz w Polsce. Pod koniec swojego życia zdziwaczał, żył w odosobnieniu, zmarł z głodu, Znaleziono go martwego z paletą w rękach.

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Lot 52028. WLADISLAW ALEKSANDER MALECKI (POLISH, 1836-1900), OIL ON CANVAS, VILLAGE WITH FIGURES, H 11″, W 16″. Signed and illegibly dated lower left; gilt period frame. Estimate $10,000-15,000. 5/17/15. DuMuchelles.