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City, 1919 Piast January/February (detail), 1925 The Brigand's Campfire, 1928 Goralski = Highland Dance, 1927
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6,195 words
5 visuals
Article detailing Stryjenska's artistic biography.
300 words Entry for Stryjenska
9 images Nine of the 11 images created by Stryjenska in 1927 in the Polish Dances cycle.
9 images Two of the 16 images created by Stryjenska in 1917 in the Slavic Gods cycle.
1 lithograph Stryjenska's lithograph "Perkun (The god of Thunder)" created in 1934
1 painting Stryjenska's painting "Piast" and a 65 word commentary
Two paintings flag  Two paintings and biographical details (165 words)
Two paintings flag  Two paintings and 95 word commentary
1 painting flag   A painting by Stryjenska and biographical details (172 words).
1 painting Stryjenska's painting of local figures in the province of Krakow.
740 words flag   Entry for Styjenska
two prints
200 words
Two watercolor prints in album "The Mountaineers Tune". Commentary
3 stamps Polish 1994 postage stamps featuring three of the engravings created by Stryjenska in 1929 in her Folk Dance series
2 photos 1929 and 2004 views of The House Under the Lion, a building on the Market Square in Warsaw' s Old Town. Building was decorated by Zofia Stryjenska, destroyed in 1944 during WWII and reconstructed in 1952-53
3,675 words flag   Biographical essay
2 phots
2 paintings
Book: Chleb prawie że powszedni; Pamiętnik (The, almost, Ddaily Bread; a memoir) by Zofia Stryjenska (170 word commentary)
General sources and locations of paintings at top: from the left
    "City," 1919
    "Piast," 1932
    "January/February (detail)," 1925
    "The Brigand's Campfire," 1895, Gallery Museum of Central Pemerania, Slupsk
    "Goralski = Highland Dance," 1927
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