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Marian Bocianowski
Hounds and a boar. Figurative print, Animals, Hunting, Realistic, Polish artist

ca. 2008

About the Item

Contemporary etching print by Polish artist Marian Bocianowski. The print depicts two cats, blach and white on the foreground with cityscape in the background. There is half of a button in the sky, symbolising moon . MARIAN BOCIANOWSKI (born in 1954) In 1983 Bocianowski received his diploma in graphic arts from the Department of Graphic Arts at PWSSP in Łódź. He practices graphic arts, painting and book illustration. His works have been exhibited, among others, in Vechta, Wildeshausen, Berlin, Sapporo, Luxemburg, Łódź, Poznań, Toronto, Warsaw and Toruń and they are to be found in private and public collections, for example in the National Museum in Cracow, National Library in Warsaw, BWA in Gorzów Wielkopolski, Musee Petit Format in Cul-des Starts, Museum of Contemporary Graphic Art in Norway. PROVENANCE Exhibited at Katarzyna Napiorkowska Gallery. The Gallery is a primary representative for this artist. The Gallery of Katarzyna Napiorkowska is one of the first private art galleries in Poland. For over 30 years, the gallery has been presenting contemporary paintings, graphics, drawings, and sculptures. Our galleries are located in Warsaw and Brussels. The portfolio of the Gallery includes selected objects of renowned Polish artists. In 2015, our Gallery was awarded the prestigious title of the Ambassador of the Polish Economy in the European Brand category awarded by the Business Center Club. CONDITION Very good condition.
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  • Creation Year:
    ca. 2008
  • Dimensions:
    Height: 3.55 in (9 cm)Width: 2.96 in (7.5 cm)
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  • Gallery Location:
    Warsaw, PL
  • Reference Number:
    Seller: 196591stDibs: LU1010113276312
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