Andrzej Galek COSSACK CAMP Polish Reverse Glass Folk Art Painting 1960s. Mid Century painting on glass by artist Andrzej Galek depicting folklore from Poland Old Region of Tatra Mountains, three Cossacks involved in various camp activities, one man is digging the ground with a shovel, while another smoking a pipe watches, and another is drinking from a flask. Galek middle of painting (is faded, but still discernible).
Wood framed entire piece measures 11"high x 12 7/8"wide. Very good condition, frame shows wear. Andrzej Galek, was a Polish artist and architect, sometimes known as Andrew Knob. Galek was honored by Poland's Ministry of Art and Culture, and was the son of noted Polish artist, Stanislaw Galek/Knob. The artist passed away in 1993.This is an Estate Item, please see photos. Listing and template services provided by inkFrog. The item "Andrzej Galek COSSACK CAMP Polish Reverse Glass Folk Art Painting 1960s" is in sale since Monday, September 17, 2018.
This item is in the category "Art\Paintings". The seller is "scottsdaleestatecollection05" and is located in Scottsdale, Arizona. This item can be shipped worldwide.