An elegant, impressive, impressionist painting on canvas of a park scene with figures, signed at lower right by listed Polish artist TADEUSZ ROMAN (1906-1993). The 28" by 31 1/4" work (33 1/2" by 37" nicely framed) features an elegant, monochromatic, subdued palette for the most part, but the artist has chosen to feature intense bright color in the various figures, thereby creating a simply beautiful and artistic work that borrows from the "Ecole de Paris". The whimsical modern style and colors employed also remind somewhat of works by Andre Brasilier, but also take from the classic French impressionist and post-impressionist masters such as Pissarro and Sisley, and lesser, later figures such as Jules Herve. Roman's work is highly underrated by the market; works appear at auction almost exclusively in Poland, and his work was evidently not widely exposed outside of the country. The painting and frame are in fresh, excellent condition. A placard gives the artist's name, and "Park Scene" is given as the title, on the stretcher. E
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