Until now, it was known only that Franciszek Jaźwiecki who captured the broken faces of his fellow inmates through hundreds of harrowing portraits, had been employed in the death camp’s paint shop.
The oil on canvas measuring 79.5 cm by 56.2 cm and signed T. de Lempicka shows a scene from Lempicka’s New York apartment of a mystery woman in a white bonnet holding a book with its pages open.
Awarded the ‘best in show’ prize by the International Guild of Realism, Anna Wypych’s work has also been selected for the latest cover of International Artist Magazine.
The cult photo 'Afghan Girl,' taken by Steve McCurry, has sold for over PLN 283,000 (EUR 62,000). As such, it becomes the most expensive photograph sold at auction in Poland, according to DESA Unicum, a Polish auction house.
The images reveal just how the composer may have looked like in real life.
The BBC’s 41-year-old meteorologist from Gdańsk who is a fave of the British public for his programmes about Polish food and stunning artwork, has now sent Twitter wild with his lockdown hair.
In their ongoing project “Waiting for the Snow”, cousins Katarzyna and Marianne Wasowska offer an intimate portrait of Poles who emigrated to Brazil and Argentina, where there is also a sizeable diaspora.
Using oil on canvas, Ewa Juszkiewicz replicates the rich colours and textures of original portraits, extending this to the features she has added covering the women’s faces.
Polish photographer Tomek Kaczor won first prize in the Portrait of the Year category of the 2020 World Press Photo competition for his photo 'Awakening,' it was announced on Thursday.
Freelance photographer Tomek Kaczor beat off competition from thousands of hopefuls to make it through to the finals with his amazing capture entitled ‘Awakening’ showing a 15-year-old Armenian girl who suffers from Resignation Syndrome (RS) which leaves sufferers in a coma-like state.