Symbols of Life

Artworks of Kazimierz Stabrowski

Eglė the Queen of Serpents (1900) by Kazimierz StabrowskiLithuanian Art Fund

Eglė the Queen of Serpents

This is one of the painter’s most remarkable early works, notable for its artistic mastery, free realistic expression, soft and light painting manner as well as sensitiveness and emotionality.

The Eastern square (Tunis) (1892/1904) by Kazimierz StabrowskiLithuanian Art Fund

The Eastern Square (Tunis)

Most symbolists looked to the East for inspiration and K. Stabrowski was no exception. 

In 1893, the painter was looking for material for his thesis entitled Muhammad in the Desert and was thus travelling through the historical regions of the Middle East.

Marketplace (1915) by Kazimierz StabrowskiLithuanian Art Fund

Marketplace

Picture of the moment in marketplace.

The coast (20th century) by Kazimierz StabrowskiLithuanian Art Fund

The Coast

A mystical and symbolic painting of a golden coast.

Flowers (late 19th century - early 20th century) by Kazimierz StabrowskiLithuanian Art Fund

Flowers

The painter used this pastel method to create a sense of ephemerality: to convey the fragile state of the material world and the feeling of transience, which typically characterises the works of symbolists.

Peacock (after 1900) by Kazimierz StabrowskiLithuanian Art Fund

Peacock

Peacock is one of Stabrowski’s decorative compositions. 

The image of beauty materialises in the actual plastic shapes of a peacock, preserving the fragile illusion of change and transformation.

Sunset (1910) by Kazimierz StabrowskiLithuanian Art Fund

Sunset

It is the place beyond the consciousness, where the world is no longer perceived through the confines of the mind, but through spiritual sense – the only means for truly comprehending the essence of the world and the human being.

Blackbirds (1929) by Kazimierz StabrowskiLithuanian Art Fund

Blackbirds

One of the last works of art that Stabrowski has painted depicts the prophets of death – the blackbirds. 

The specter of death (1907) by Kazimierz StabrowskiLithuanian Art Fund

The Specter of Death

The picture of the specter of death.

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