Wladyslaw T Chmielinski
(1911 - 1979)
Wladyslaw T Chmielinski was active/lived in Poland, Russian Federation. Wladyslaw Chmielinski is known for Interior, architectural, and rural scene painting.
Wladyslaw Chmielinski (1911-1979) was born in Warsaw and studied at the Academy of Fine Arts
between 1926 and 1931. His
preferred media were oil and watercolor, which he used for his
earliest works dating from the years 1935 to 1938.
His central motif was
Polish architecture, which he discovered, for instance, in Sandomierz
or Krakow. He also painted interiors of historic churches and palaces
such as the Royal Castle in Warsaw. Another part of his oeuvre includes
rural scenes, which he usually decorated with sleighs, toboggan scenes
or folk festivals.
From 1967 to 1969 he was repeatedly active in
Denmark, but continuously lived and worked in Warsaw. (cbo)