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Virtual exhibition of Polish modernist painter opens

24.10.2020 21:00
The Regional Museum in Stalowa Wola, southeastern Poland, has launched a virtual exhibition of paintings by Alfons Karpiński, one of the leading visual artists of Polish modernism at the beginning of the 20th century.
Logo of an exhibition devoted to Polish modernist painter Adolf Karpiński.
Logo of an exhibition devoted to Polish modernist painter Adolf Karpiński.Photo: Regional Museum in Stalowa Wola

The exhibition brings 3D scans of 75 works of Karpiński (1875-1961) and is available both in Polish and English.

It features extensive descriptions of the painter's works, laying out the technique of each piece and the context of creation, if known.

Karpiński was born and spent his earliest years in Rozwadów (currently a district of Stalowa Wola), where a gallery housing the works is located.

He studied in Munich, Vienna and Paris to later become one of the most renowned artists of the Young Poland movement, the Polish counterpart of European modernism.

Karpiński is thought to have been an outstanding portrait painter and master of still life.

The virtual exhibition project was co-financed by the Ministry of Culture as part of the "Culture on the Web" programme, an initiative launched in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic earlier this year.


Source: PAP