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Bronisława Rychter-Janowska, DWOREK POLSKI, 1946

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Estimations: 2 798 - 3 731 EUR
18,5 x 26,5 cm - oil, cardboard signed p.d.: B. RYCHTER - JANOWSKA

On the back the author's inscription - dedication: "Dworek szlachecki zniszczony przez okupantów | Bronis Rychter Janowska | . VI - 1946 | To the most noble Mr. Jan Stańczyk, Friend | of artists, I wholeheartedly offer this small work out of gratitude | Bronis Rychter Janowska | .



In addition, inscriptions in pencil: Stanczyk | # 8861 and 8 XII [....].

Bronislawa Rychter-Janowska (Krakow 1868 - Krakow 1953) - artist called "painter of vanishing Polish manor houses", began her painting studies in Krakow under her brother, painter Stanislaw Janowski, and at the courses of A. Baraniecki. Ludwik Boller (a Munich painter, working on Panorama of the Tatra Mountains at the time) also gave her private lessons. In 1896 she went to Munich for further studies and studied with Anton Ažbé and Simon Hollósy. She traveled extensively, still going to Hungary and Italy, where she studied further at the Florence Academy and in Rome. Initially associated with Krakow, she settled in Stary Sącz around 1906, where she ran a private painting school for some time. In 1917 she returned to Cracow. She continued to travel extensively, going "in search of beauty" to Italy, North Africa or Turkey. She painted in oil, watercolor, pastel, made macatas and appliqués. Starting in 1901, she repeatedly showed her works at exhibitions in Krakow, Warsaw, Lvov , Prague, Vienna, Rome, Venice, Florence. She painted numerous landscapes (including many Italian landscapes), views and interiors of manor houses or churches, scenes of village life, and portraits. She was active in journalism and literary works (including the novel Beyond Rome, the novella Strzygoń); she wrote several dramas (Monk, Parasite) and extensive Memoirs. She was the wife of painter Tadeusz Rychter and sister-in-law of Gabriela Zapolska.
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