Tadeusz Makowski [20]

Tadeusz Makowski (1882-1932)

Subject: Polish Painters of the Turn of 19th and 20th Centuries
Face value: 20 pln
Alloy: 925/1000 Ag
Dimensions: 28x40 mm
Weight: 28.28 g
Finish: proof
Mintage: 70000 pcs
On the edge: smooth
Additional: pad printing
Date of issue: 2005-12-06
Issue price: 87 pln
Stylised image of Tadeusz Makowski from the painting "Self-portrait with a pallet and a bird" by Tadeusz Makowski from ca. 1919. In the background a stylised fragment of the drawing by Tadeusz Makowski "Small models in the Atelier" from ca. 1931. Inscription, 1882-1932, above, on the right. A pallet and three paintbrushes in the lower right corner. On the pallet the paints: red, yellow, green and blue. Inscription, Tade/Makowski, on the left-hand side of the pallet.

Designer: Urszula Walerzak
Stylised image of the painting "Miser" by Tadeusz Makowski from 1932. Below, on the right the image of the Eagle established as the State Eemblem of the Republic of Poland. Around the Eagle, an inscription, RZECZPOSPOLITA POLSKA, notation of the year of issue, 2005, and 20 Zü. The Mint's mark, m/w, under the Eagle's left leg.

Designer: Urszula Walerzak

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Tadeusz Makowski

Tadeusz Makowski is one of the most outstanding and highly valued Polish painters of the 20th century. He created fully original and independent painting as compared to the contemporary European art. He is known to a broad audience as the painter who depicted the child's world in a peculiar, modern style - its happiness, sorrows, plays and activities. Tadeusz Makowski spent twenty six years of his adult life in Francy he established many friendships with French artists and as hardly any of the Polish painters, he blended with the world of Parisian Bohemians. However, he remained a Polish artist, always sensitive to the news from Poland. French critics highlighted a lyrical "Slavic charm" present in his paintings.

"Through all my memories of youth ...

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