Witold Wojtkiewicz .........(1)
(Warsaw December 29, 1879 - June 14, 1909 Warsaw)


Planty Park in Cracow Tournament Princess´s Assistants

"Planty Park in Cracow", 1905, oil on canvas, 24 x 34.5 cm, National Museum, Warsaw
"Tournament", from the cycle Children´s Poses VI, 1908, tempera on canvas, 80 x 75 cm, Raczynski Foundation at the National Museum in Poznan
"The Princess´s Assistants", from the cycle Ceremonies II, 1908, tempera on canvas, 39 x 71 cm, National Museum, Cracow

Princess´s Assistants Fairy Tale (Children Playing under the Gallows) Pierrot (Symbolic Self-Portrait)

"The Princess´s Assistants", sketch for the painting, from the series Ceremonies II, pen, ink on paper, 20.2 x 26.7 cm, National Museum, Warsaw
"Fairy Tale (Children Playing under the Gallows)", 1909, pencil, pen, ink on paper, 20 x 30 cm, National Museum, Warsaw
"Pierrot (Symbolic Self-Portrait)", 1909, pen, ink on paper, 21.5 x 19.7 cm, National Museum, Warsaw

Parting (Farewell, Lajkonik) Story about a Knight Rocking Horses

"Parting (Farewell, Lajkonik)", from the cycle Children´s Poses, 1908, tempera on canvas, 90 x 100 cm, Raczynski Foundation at the National Museum in Poznan
"Story about a Knight", 1909, crayon, pastel on paper, 49 x 69.7 cm, National Museum, Warsaw
"Rocking Horses", sketch for the painting Melancholy, 1907, watercolour, crayon on paper, 27 x 36.5 cm, National Museum, Warsaw

A separate phenomenon, distinct not only against the backdrop of Polish modernism, is the art of Witold Wojtkiewicz. Neurotic, intellectual, quiet, with subdued, gouache tones, these canvases are an introduction to a sorrowful, apparently fairy-tale, grotesque, and artificial world in which strangely aged children play their ambiguous roles. [*]

Artist’s paintings in malarze.com

Artist biography at Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Witold_Wojtkiewicz

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