Barbara Kwasniewska ANADYOMINE 1969 Signed Etching Limited Edition
Artist Name: Barbara Kwasniewska
Title: ANADYOMINE: The Enigmatic Etchings of Barbara Kwasniewska.
Embark on a journey through the captivating artistry of Barbara Kwasniewska, an acclaimed Polish artist born in 1931. This limited edition signed etching, titled "ANADYOMINE," crafted in 1969, unveils the depth and mystery of Kwasniewska's creative vision.
After studying painting at the prestigious Beaux-Arts Institute of Cracow, Poland, Kwasniewska ventured to Paris, where she married in 1958. It was there that she honed her printmaking skills under the guidance of the renowned Johnny Friedlaender at his esteemed atelier.
Kwasniewska's talent garnered recognition early in her career, with an Honorable Mention at the Ljubljana, Yugoslavia Biennale in 1961 and the honor of having her work showcased at the Second Biennale of Paris. In 1963, she achieved the prestigious first prize as a foreign painter, awarded by the Friends of the National Museum of Modern Art in Paris.Experience the timeless allure of Barbara Kwasniewska's artistry as you explore "ANADYOMINE." This limited edition etching stands as a testament to her remarkable talent and her ability to captivate and intrigue audiences with her profound artistic expression.
Medium Type: etching
Size-Width | Size-Height: 30'' x 22.5''
Signed | Edition Size: Signed, Titled, and Numbered | 50/75