Sara Lipska — artystka wszechstronna. Wyjątkowa uczennica Dunikowskiego
Słowa kluczoweSara Lipska, Xawery Dunikowski, Antoni Cierplikowski, Paris, the School of Fine Arts in Warsaw, sculpture, design
Sara Lipska (1882–1973) was talented in several fine arts. She worked with sculpture and painting; designed interiors as well as theatre sets and costumes; she even worked as a book illustrator. She spent most of her professional life in Paris, where she associated herself with the artistic avant-garde and where she enjoyed great success. Her relationship with Dunikowski influenced her life immensely. They met at the School of Fine Arts in Warsaw, where he taught sculpture as a young professor and where she began to study in 1904. In Paris she worked for Sergey Diaghilevs’ Ballets Russes performing at the Paris Grand Opera and for Antoine Cierplikowski, a well-known hairdresser and a fashion designer of Polish origins. Sara Lipska’s artistic output shows that she moved among the best Parisian circles. The artist exhibited her works, among others, at several Paris Salons.
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