An image showing a view of the city signed On Chmieliński (Wladyslaw Chmieliński (Stachowicz)). Technique oil on board. The dimension of the frame 35cm to 25cm. On the back of the signature image with the name of the city, but little read. Probably Sandomierz, who frequently appeared in the works of the painter.
Wladyslaw Chmieliński (Warsaw 1911 – Warsaw 1979) was a painter associated with Warsaw, where he always lived and worked. In the years 1926-1931 he studied at the Warsaw Municipal School of Decorative Arts and Painting (formerly Class Drawing). The leading theme of his paintings were townscapes, painted in oils and watercolors. In the years 1935-1938 created a series of watercolors depicting objects Polish architecture; Among them, the views of Sandomierz, Krakow, Kazimierz on the Vistula River, as well as the interior of the old churches and palaces, including Royal Castle in Warsaw, and Wilanow Palace. He also painted landscapes and rural scenes – sleigh rides, sleigh, teams, weddings, horses landscape in the background. During the period 1967-1969 he went on longer stays in Denmark. In 1936-1939, the artist also used the nickname “Wladyslaw Stachowicz.” (Source: http://www.agraart.pl/nowe/nowe/objectn.php?curr=PLN&idd=13309&aid=213). Signature appears on the referenced page.