Mazur, Zygmunt

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ZYGMUNT (SYGILILLA) MAZUR (Polish, 1922-2001) studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Beirut, Lebanon after serving in Stalin's "Polish" army in the Middle East during WWII. In 1945, Beirut was a vibrant cultural center and Mazur combined the Modern Art movements of Europe, such as Expressionism and Cubism, with the Middle Eastern elements of art to create a style with which to express his art. During the rest of his life, after moving to Canada in 1949, Mazur produced a large body of work, most of which was all but lost until after his death in 2001, when hundreds of pieces resurfaced. Click here to learn more about this important artist.

This pieces features an image of a girl rolling a hoop with a rod. It was rendered, using Fauvist and Cubist elements, with pencil and watercolor on paper. It was probably produced during the 1980s.We at Lewis Wayne Gallery feel that Zygmunt Mazur will one day be regarded as more than a footnote in art history and that collectors of world class art will soon reflect this in the prices paid for his pieces.

This piece is in excellent condition. It has an overall size of 8.5" x 11". There is an "Estate of Zygmunt Mazur" stamped on the back side of the paper.

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