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Tadeusz, Tade Makowski

Poland (1882 -  1932 )
MAKOWSKI Tadeusz, Tade  Featuring A Portrait

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Tadeusz, Tade Makowski - Petite Fille

Tadeusz, Tade Makowski - Petite Fille

Original 1909
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Lot number: 16
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Tadeusz Makowski (1882 - 1932) Sitting girl in plaits ("Petite Fille"), circa 1909 oil, tempera, gouache/canvas, 79.5 x 50.5 cm signed lower left: \‘J. Makowski\’ on the reverse inscribed: \‘J. T. Makowski | (…) Petite Fille\’ and fragments of two labels: 1. probably auction label inscribed: \‘VENTE\’; 2. label inscribed by prof. Wladyslawa Jaworska (1910-2009), expert on artist's oeuvre
Tadeusz, Tade Makowski -  Featuring A Portrait

Tadeusz, Tade Makowski - Featuring A Portrait

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Lot number: 126
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TADEUSZ MAKOWSKI Polish 1882-1932 OOB Portrait Oil on board. Featuring a portrait. Signed and attr. Tadeusz Makowski (Polish, 1882-1932) on the lower right corner. 32.5 x 28 cm (12.8 x 11.0 in). Tadeusz Makowski was a Polish painter who worked in France and was associated with the School of Paris. From 1902 to 1906, he studied classical philology at the Jagiellonian University. During that time, he also began studying art at the Kraków Academy of Fine Arts with Jan Stanislawski and Józef Mehoffer. Upon completing his courses there in 1908, he moved to Paris, where he would live for the rest of his life. Originally he painted in the style taught by his professors. Then, he painted some frescoes that attracted the attention of a group of Cubist painters, led by Henri Le Fauconnier, who worked in Montparnasse. This had a decisive influence on his work. At the invitation of Wladyslaw Slewinski, he spent the war years in Brittany and would return there several times. These trips inspired him to depart from strict cubism and go back to studying nature; creating many stylized landscapes. Later, his favorite subjects were carnivals, fairs and children, done in a style inspired by the old Dutch Masters, Polish folk art and naïve art. He also did woodcut book illustrations. During the 1920s, he lived briefly in the Netherlands. From 1912 to 1931, he kept a diary that was published in Warsaw in 1961 by the State Publishing Institute (PIW). PROVENANCE: Josef Stiglitz (Tel Aviv). Private estate (Toronto, ON)
Tadeusz, Tade Makowski - La Petite Famille

Tadeusz, Tade Makowski - La Petite Famille

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Tadeusz Makowski 1882 - 1932 La Petite Famille, Oil on canvas, 27 X41 cm. Signed. Signed and titled on the reverse. Provenance: The Aleksandrowicz family, Krakow. Prof. Dov Ryszard Aleksandrowicz was born in Krakow, Poland in 1925, the son of David and Rosalia (nee Groner) Aleksandrowicz. The Aleksandrowicz family was a well-known and respected family in Krakow; David\’s, mother, Regina, who was widowed at a young age and left with several young children, founded a small stationery store that David and his eldest brother, Sigmund, developed into one of the largest paper distribution companies in Europe. Today, a plaque in front of the building at the corner of Déuga Street and Basztowa Streets marks the location of the stationery store and paper company. Regina Aleksandrowicz\’s paper shop was further developed and her daughter Róża now had a shop with painting accessories that sold art supplies, becoming an important place on the artistic and cultural map of Krakow. Pilgrimages of artists made their way here, and artists, like artists, did not always have cash at their disposal. Often, for paper and painting media, they paid the owners by leaving them their work. The Aleksandrowicz family supported and was painted by eminent painters, such as Wojciech Weiss, or Jacek Malczewski. Malczewski\’s painting of Regina\’s daughter Rose (Róża), \“The Finished Song: Portrait of Rose Aleksandrowicz\” hangs in the Polish National Gallery. Leopold Gottlieb sketched Rose as well. Another favorite of the family was the famed Polish artist, Tadeusz Makowski, and his paintings of children. When World War II broke out, the family escaped to Lwów, (annexed by the Soviet Union) just before the German invasion of Poland, and were placed in a work camp in the Ural Mountains until the Soviet Union joined the war against Germany in June 1941. After being released from the camp, the family made its way to Kazakhstan, where Dov and his siblings attended a Russian school for a year. They then made their way to Tehran and eventually to what was then Palestine, a British protectorate. A physician, child psychiatrist and psychoanalyst by training, Dov was also an avid art collector, a love that was ingrained in him by his parents and aunt, Rose, who supported the artistic community in Krakow. Despite having to escape their home and leaving most of their possessions behind, the family was able to take with them several works of art, including one by Tadeusz Makowski. The painting hung in Dov\’s home for many years, and brought him a deep sense of connection to his family\’s history and to Krakow. Dov visited Krakow frequently and supported the development of the psychiatric department in the Jagellonian University.
Tadeusz, Tade Makowski - Kites (les Cerfs-volants)

Tadeusz, Tade Makowski - Kites (les Cerfs-volants)

Original 1928
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Lot number: 209
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Tadeusz Makowski (1882 - 1932) "Kites" ("Les cerfs-volants"), 1928 r oil on canvas, 81 x 100 cm signed nad dated lower right: '28 | Tadé Makowski' signed, dated and inscribed: 'Tadé | MAK | OW | SK | I.' oraz 'Les cerfs-volants | 1928 | Paris', paper label with work's description and transport labels
Tadeusz, Tade Makowski - Bon Jour Berthe

Tadeusz, Tade Makowski - Bon Jour Berthe

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Lot number: 20
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Tadeusz Makowski (1882 - 1932) "Bon jour Berthe" - Artist's selfportrait, 1919 ink on paper, 22,3 x 16,8 cm inscribed at the bottom: 'Bon jour Berthe - | Tiens Voilà Monsieur | Makowski | Dame - oui' on the reverse artist's letter to Maria Mickiewczowna sent from Espaly, 4th October 1919: 'Juz niedlugo zadzwoni Makowski | na Guénégaud aby uscisnac | reke d
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