Wladyslaw Strzeminski
(Minsk, Belarus November 21, 1893 - December 28, 1952 Lodz)


Cubism - Tensions of the Material Structure Oak Untitled

"Cubism - Tensions of the Material Structure", 1919-21, mixed media on canvas, 22.5 x 17.5 cm, National Museum, Warsaw
"Oak", 1934, tempera, 25.4 x 20.3 cm, National Museum, Warsaw
"Untitled", from the series Faces, 1942, drawing, National Museum, Warsaw

Sun's After-Image Unist Composition 14 Unist Composition II (10)

"Sun's After-Image", Museum of Art, Lodz
"Unist Composition 14", 1934, Museum of Art, Lodz
"Unist Composition II (10)", 1931, oil on canvas, Museum of Art, Lodz

Lodz Landscape    

"Lodz Landscape", 1931, Museum of Art, Lodz

[...] artists who turned towards other international avantgarde tendencies. From the moment of his return to Poland in 1923, Wladyslaw Strzeminski, whose artistic individuality assumed form in revolutionary Russia, painted canvases according to his own doctrine which he subsequently called unism. The latter consisted of total resignation from the depiction of reality and of reducing the structure of the painting to an arrangement of uniform small elements which produced optical unity. [*]

Artist’s paintings in malarze.com

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


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