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The present Study of the nude figure of a standing woman was created during Malcher’s studies at the academy in Kraków. The post-impressionist style and vivid colouration of the image testify to the impact that the works of both his university masters exerted on the artist.

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Stanisław Zygmunt Malcher was born in 1900 in Jeleśnia near Żywiec and died tragically in Kraków during the Nazi occupation. After graduating from the lower secondary school in Żywiec, he studied at the Kraków Academy of Fine Arts: during the period 1925–1926, under the tutelage of Władysław Jarocki, and during the period 1926–1929 – under Ignacy Pieńkowski. The present Study of the nude figure of a standing woman was created during Malcher’s studies at the Academy in Kraków. The post-impressionist style and vivid colouration of the image testify to the impact that the works of both his university masters exerted on the artist.

Elaborated by Adam Spodaryk (Editorial team of Małopolska’s Virtual Museums),

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“Study of the nude figure of a standing woman” by Stanisław Zygmunt Malcher

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