The work of Bruno Lechowski, painter, drawer, professor, architect, and musician, give testimony to his zealous relation wiith different brazilian landscapes. The use o tempera, encaustica and aquarela – among many other materials – allowed him to create a wide vocabulary of ways to picture the places where he lived such as Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo and Curitiba. The pieces presented here attest to his diversity, such as in the extra lines of “Houses”, the organization of elements through collor masses in “Landscape and Green” or even in the influence over european vanguard such as Paul Gaguin in “Dusk” and “Vila Velha”.


  • Title: Trees
  • Creator: Bruno Lechowski
  • Date: 1887/1941
  • Date Created: 1927
  • Location: Warsaw, Poland
  • Physical Dimensions: 23 x 28 cm
  • Medium: oil on plywood

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