1916, Dusseldorf
2024, Lot-et-Garonne, France
Adolphe Cieslarczyk was born in 1916 in Düsseldorf and had Polish parents. Cieslarczyk is a sculptor and painter. He worked in Fumel in France. He trained at the École des Beaux-Arts in Nancy from 1934 to 1938, where the geometric-abstract ideas of Lhote, Herbin and Gleizes have had a lasting influence on him, not only as a painter but also as a sculptor. His friendship with Roger Bissière also determined his way of working. He produces strong geometric-abstract work. Since 1953 he exhibits regularly at the Salon Réalités Nouvelles in Paris. He also creates constructions from coloured plexiglass.
Cieslarczyk’s oeuvre is represented in the collections of various museums in France and Germany. The depicted oil painting from 1952 is semi-abstract in pure colours, where the title is a guide to interpreting the work.