Pińczów – panorama
Henryk Dąbrowski’s prints
Graphic depicting the panorama of Pinczow made contemporary limited edition in giclée technique. The author of the work is the artist: HENRYK DĄBROWSKI, 1967.
The original, a watercolour drawing on cardboard, was created in 1967.
The print was made using the giclée printing technique in 2020. This is a technique that is now used for the artistic reproduction of works of art due to its precision, durability and fidelity to the original. The print is accompanied by a certificate with the consecutive number of the print.
The prints are produced in formats:
– original format
– reduced format (36.5 x 22 cm)
The graphic is issued in limited editions, with each copy numbered:
– original format: 50 pieces
– reduced format: 200 pieces
Professor Henryk Dąbrowski (1927-2006) – master of drawing, outstanding architect, co-founder of the Warsaw School of Drawing. He comes from an artistic family: his father was an architect, a pupil and assistant of Jan Witkiewicz (alias Koszczyc) – an architect and art restorer. He studied at the Faculty of Architecture of the Warsaw University of Technology. His professors included Zygmunt Kamiński, Lech Niemojewski, Jan Zachwatowicz and Bohdan Lachert. After graduating, he was associated with the university for many years conducting teaching, scientific and artistic activities there. He was a teacher of drawing for many generations of architects, for many years Head of the Department of Drawing, Painting and Sculpture at the Warsaw University of Technology. He received the title of professor in 1992. He worked in the team designing post-war Warsaw’s Muranów district and the first underground line in Warsaw. Together with Jan Szymański, they designed a pavilion for the International Poznań Fair organised in 1954 to mark the 10th anniversary of the Polish People’s Republic. Another project was the distinguished Polish pavilion at the Brussels Fair. Referred to as the “Polish Piranesi”, he specialised in architectural and landscape compositions in drawing and graphics. His works can be found in collections all over the world.