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Start Current edition ARTIST, MYTH AND METAPHOR. ABOUT “TREŚĆ UCZUCIOWA REWOLUCJI” BY ANDRZEJ WRÓBLEWSKI

ARTIST, MYTH AND METAPHOR. ABOUT “TREŚĆ UCZUCIOWA REWOLUCJI” BY ANDRZEJ WRÓBLEWSKI

This article focuses on the presence of mythological imagination in the work of one of the greatest post-war painters. The author defines the myth present in the works of Andrzej Wróblewski created in the 1940s and 1950s. The author presents three possible ways of understanding the myth: the myth of Orpheus, the myth of a lonely artist and the myth of a new cosmos. The author also discusses other problems: the status of his paintings in contemporary criticism, the reverse of artistic biography and languages of modernism from the 1950s.


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