Marja Dunin-Piotrowska studied at the Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts. She lived alternately in Warsaw and Kamieńcu, and from 1936 consecutively in Sierpiec and Płońsk. She worked almost exclusively on woodcuts, occasionally producing engravings and lithographs. After 1931, Dunin emphasized in her work wide, contrasting patches of black and white. Statues from the years 1934-37 show the artist's interest in the grotesque and sports themes.
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