Wladyslaw slewinski

(1854-1918) was a Polish painter. He was a student of Gauguin's and a leading artist of the Young Poland movement. Władysław Ślewiski was a Polish painter. He administered his estate in Poland before traveling to Paris in 1888. Once there he studied at the Academie Colarossi where he met Gauguin. The impression this encounter made on him and Gauguin's encouragement prompted Slewinski to dedicate himself to art. He submitted to Gauguin's artistic and personal influence, spending time with him in Paris and, from 1889, in Pont-Aven and Le Pouldu in Brittany. Seascapes painted during this period include Cliffs in Brittany. In 1891 Gauguin painted a portrait of Slewinski and presented it to him. During this period Slewinski exhibited in Paris, with some success, both at the Salon des Independents in 1895 and 1896 and the Galerie Georges Thomas in 1897 and 1898.

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Wladyslaw slewinski Young fisherman from Doelan oil painting


Young fisherman from Doelan
Painting ID::  71819
Artist: Wladyslaw slewinski
Painting: Young fisherman from Doelan
Introduction: Young fisherman from Doëlan Oil on canvas, 76x56, Gallery of Art in Lviv
   
   
     

Wladyslaw slewinski Self-portrait in Bretonian hat oil painting


Self-portrait in Bretonian hat
Painting ID::  74592
Artist: Wladyslaw slewinski
Painting: Self-portrait in Bretonian hat
Introduction: oil on canvas, 82 x 58 cm 1912 cjr
   
   
     

Wladyslaw slewinski Self-portrait in straw hat oil painting


Self-portrait in straw hat
Painting ID::  74593
Artist: Wladyslaw slewinski
Painting: Self-portrait in straw hat
Introduction: oil on canvas, 60 x 45 cm 1894
   
   
     

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     (1854-1918) was a Polish painter. He was a student of Gauguin's and a leading artist of the Young Poland movement. Władysław Ślewiski was a Polish painter. He administered his estate in Poland before traveling to Paris in 1888. Once there he studied at the Academie Colarossi where he met Gauguin. The impression this encounter made on him and Gauguin's encouragement prompted Slewinski to dedicate himself to art. He submitted to Gauguin's artistic and personal influence, spending time with him in Paris and, from 1889, in Pont-Aven and Le Pouldu in Brittany. Seascapes painted during this period include Cliffs in Brittany. In 1891 Gauguin painted a portrait of Slewinski and presented it to him. During this period Slewinski exhibited in Paris, with some success, both at the Salon des Independents in 1895 and 1896 and the Galerie Georges Thomas in 1897 and 1898.