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Painting sets record at Polish art auction

01.12.2021 13:30
A painting by figurative artist Andrzej Wróblewski has set a record on the Polish art market, fetching PLN 13.44 million (around EUR 2.9m, USD 3.3m) at a Warsaw auction, news outlets have reported.
Andrzej Wróblewskis Two Married Women
Andrzej Wróblewski's "Two Married Women"Photo: PAP/Jacek Bednarczyk

The work, entitled Two Married Women, was sold at the Desa Unicum auction house in the Polish capital on Tuesday, state news agency PAP reported.

Wróblewski, who died in a mountaineering accident in 1957 at the age of 29, was a Polish figurative painter who is widely seen as one of the country's most prominent artists of the early post-World War II period.

In a previous record sale on the Polish art market, a set of 50 headless figures by acclaimed sculptor Magdalena Abakanowicz, collectively entitled Crowd III, was auctioned off for PLN 13.2 million in October.


Source: PAP