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The sculpture Sikorski's Tomb was made in 1987 by Julian Stręk of Pustków-Rudki near Dębica, one of the recently discovered, leading Polish naive artists. It is a composition of many three-dimensional figures and elements made of pine wood, with oil polychrome of aquamarine dominant and with details in silver, walnut and blue colours.

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The sculpture Sikorski's Tomb was made in 1987 by Julian Stręk of Pustków-Rudki near Dębica, one of the recently discovered, leading Polish naive artists. It is a composition of many three-dimensional figures and elements made of pine wood, with oil polychrome of aquamarine dominant and with details in silver, walnut and blue colours. This sculpture has the form of a rectangular sarcophagus, open laterally, with a visible straight, schematically depicted figure of the lying general, with a Maltese cross and a mace. The grave is topped with a triangular lath, with three guards standing next to it, arranged alternately with a decorative motif in the form of an inverted herringbone. Despite the negligence and simplicity of its realization, the compositional purity of the form can be seen here, as well as the balance of the decorative elements, combined with the monochromatic colour scheme.

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Sculpture “Sikorski grave”

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