Wladyslaw Dutkiewicz (1918-99) Australia

Biographical Information

Born in Poland in 1918, Dutkiewicz studied at the Academy of Fine Arts, Cracow, Poland, and in Paris. After a period in Russian and German prisoner-of-war camps he arrived in Australia in 1949 with his brother, Ludwig. After 1956, when he was injured in a motor accident, Dutkiewicz worked in theatrical production and became influential in post World War II Adelaide art. His work is represented in major overseas collections including the Vatican, state galleries in Adelaide and Hobart, regional galleries and institutional collections. He died in 2000. Edit or add to this biography

Market Information

Concrete Music
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Concrete Music
Oil on board, 130 x 240 cm
Collectable Australian Paintings, Elder Fine Art, Adelaide.
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 Total number soldNumber with imagesHighest priceRecent average price*
Paintings5526A$3,508 A$585
Works on Paper51A$247 N/A

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