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Stanley Bielecky Watercolor Painting

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Stanley Bielecky
Watercolor painting on paper

Stanley Bielecky (American, 1903 – 1985)
Untitled, mid 20th century
Watercolor painting on paper
Blind stamp to the lower right

A watercolor painting on paper by listed American artist Stanley Bielecky (1903-1985). This work features an abstract composition rendered with blue and yellow hues. A blind stamp is featured to the lower right.

Stanley Bielecky was born in 1903, near Berlin, Germany and came to the United States when he was three settling in East Chicago, Indiana with his family. He received some training in the 1930s at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts and Chicago Art Institute as well. After working as a commercial artist for some time, Bielecky became a fine arts instructor at Valparaiso University in 1941. He first visited Mackinac Island in the 1930s and in the summer of 1941, he was co-founder and director of the Mackinac Island Summer School of Art. From the late 1940s into the 1970s he painted thousands of watercolor and oil paintings of Mackinac. This regionalism style approach often categorizes Bielecky as an “American Scene Painter,” with a nod to Thomas Hart Benton.


- toning and discoloration to paper; fraying and creases to paper edges.


11.5" W x 14.5" H x 0.1" D

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