Singer (colours)

Singer

Porcelain figurine

Singer (colours)

The figurine Arab Girl is a perfect example of a form developed by the designers of the Institute of Industrial Design in Warsaw in the middle of the last century.

Lubomir Tomaszewski once again showed that porcelain figurines are not trinkets but small works of art that still delight.

559,00 zł
  • DesignerLubomir Tomaszewski
  • Designed in1959
  • Catalogue number73
  • Width (mm)55
  • Height (mm)235
  • Lenght (mm)40

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ABOUT THE DESIGN


Singer figurine is an expression of the designer's aspiration to simplify the form as much as possible - the shape of the sculpture is thought down to the smallest detail. Very important in this project is the decoration.

Every detail has been carefully thought out. The woman has her hands clasped in front of her, her head slightly upturned and her lips "painted with red lipstick" singing the operatic aria. Colorful dresses bring to mind the extraordinarily rich and beautiful costumes that opera diva wear.

Unfortunately, the dedication can not be placed on the figurine (it does not have enough space).

The figurine is often chosen for a gift for porcelain lovers. 
It will be also an ideal gift for beginner collectors.


HANDMADE PRODUCTION AND MARKING

Porcelain figurine is carefully handmade in the finest quality English porcelain before being decorated again by hand.The product has a special protection in the form of underglaze and overglaze marks. The products manufactured in our factory have, among others, factory logo on the bottomProducts made in AS Cmielow 

Porcelain Manufactory are very well protected against counterfeiting. Thanks to applied characteristic logo, and additional security of the pink seals all products can be easily identified. Special preparation of the porcelain mass – adding of 16 chemical constituents in well-defined, protected secret proportions, allows to obtain the unique color of porcelain.

CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY

Each figurine is numbered. The number is composed of three different numbers which mean: catalog number, sequence number of the product produced in a given year, the year of production. The figurine comes complete with a certificate of authenticity showing the sculpture number, the year of the original design and the name of the sculptor. 

PACKAGING

All products are wrapped in paper / tissue paper and packed in a dedicated, elegant gift box and are ready to be presented as a unique gift perfect for any occasion.

Lubomir Tomaszewski

B. in 1923 in Warsaw, d. Nov. 15th, 2018 in New York

Designer, sculptor and painter. In 1950s and 60s designed porcelain figurines for Institute of Inustrial Design in Warsaw.  In 2005 he started cooperati with AS Cmielow Porcelain Manufactory. An outstanding mind inspired by nature and man himself. Artist, favorably reviewed by critics of contemporary art. 

Lubomir Tomaszewski signed up in  the history of post-war Polish design as a man of extraordinary talent, even though he devoted only 10 years of his life to the discipline porcelain sculptures. After World War II, he took up studies at the Architecture Department of the Warsaw Technical Academy and at the Sculpture Department of the Academy of Fine Arts. After three years’ study he o drop out of the WTA. He graduated the Academy of Fine Arts in 1955.

In 1956 Tomaszewski began working with the Ceramics and Glass Studio of the Institute of Industrial Design (IWP) in Warsaw.  Tomaszewski with four others talented sculptores (Henryk Jędrasiak, Mieczysław Naruszewicz and Hanna Orthwein) created a new style of porcelain chamber sculpture - they they simplified the shapes and eliminated small decorative elements. 

Lubomir Tomaszewski created over 30 of porcelain sculptures of which the most popular were the zoomorphic figures: Hen, Rooster, Greyhound, Raven and Camel, as well as Singer, Girls in flares, Girl with mirror and Arab Girl. In 1961 artist began work on a new design – a model coffee set and And two modern sets were born bearing the names of his daughters: Ina and Dorota.

In 1966  Tomaszewski emigrated to the United States, and  began teaching at the Applied Art and Interior Design Department of Bridgeport University (in Connecticut). In America he returned to his passion for sculpture, and he also began experimenting with painting. In the United States, he began painting paintings with fire and smoke, and created unique sculptures in a "duet with nature" (using wood, stone, glass, metal). He founded and became the father of the international artistic movement called Emotionalism - appearing against the idea of "art for art". According to the Emotionalists, their works are to appeal to human emotions, drawing inspiration from nature.

In the United States, he began painting paintings with fire and smoke, and created unique sculptures in a "duet with nature" (using wood, stone, glass, metal). He founded and became the father of the international artistic movement called Emotionalism - appearing against the idea of "art for art". According to the Emotionalists, their works are to appeal to human emotions, drawing inspiration from nature.

In the United States, he began painting paintings with fire and smoke, and created unique sculptures in a "duet with nature" (using wood, stone, glass, metal). He founded and became the father of the international artistic movement called Emotionalism - appearing against the idea of "art for art". According to the Emotionalists, their works are to appeal to human emotions, drawing inspiration from nature.

In 2005 Tomaszewski accepted a proposal from the owner of the AS Cmielow Porcelain Manufactory, Adam Spała ( to prepare some new figurines that were stylistically akin to the old ones. He created some figurines of cats and unique collections dancing women (Dancer, Joy of life, Daphne, Sento, Amare).

Has over 250 individual and collective exhibitions all over the world.

In 2014 Lubomir Tomaszewski was awarded one of the most important medals in Arts: Medal for Merit to Culture – Gloria Artis, honoured by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage.

lubomir Tomaszewski

B. in 1923 in Warsaw, d. Nov. 15th, 2018 in New York

Designer, sculptor and painter. In 1950s and 60s designed porcelain figurines for Institute of Inustrial Design in Warsaw.  In 2005 he started cooperati with AS Cmielow Porcelain Manufactory. An outstanding mind inspired by nature and man himself. Artist, favorably reviewed by critics of contemporary art. 

Lubomir Tomaszewski signed up in  the history of post-war Polish design as a man of extraordinary talent, even though he devoted only 10 years of his life to the discipline porcelain sculptures. After World War II, he took up studies at the Architecture Department of the Warsaw Technical Academy and at the Sculpture Department of the Academy of Fine Arts. After three years’ study he o drop out of the WTA. He graduated the Academy of Fine Arts in 1955.

In 1956 Tomaszewski began working with the Ceramics and Glass Studio of the Institute of Industrial Design (IWP) in Warsaw.  Tomaszewski with four others talented sculptores (Henryk Jędrasiak, Mieczysław Naruszewicz and Hanna Orthwein) created a new style of porcelain chamber sculpture - they they simplified the shapes and eliminated small decorative elements. 

Lubomir Tomaszewski created over 30 of porcelain sculptures of which the most popular were the zoomorphic figures: Hen, Rooster, Greyhound, Raven and Camel, as well as Singer, Girls in flares, Girl with mirror and Arab Girl. In 1961 artist began work on a new design – a model coffee set and And two modern sets were born bearing the names of his daughters: Ina and Dorota.

In 1966  Tomaszewski emigrated to the United States, and  began teaching at the Applied Art and Interior Design Department of Bridgeport University (in Connecticut). In America he returned to his passion for sculpture, and he also began experimenting with painting. In the United States, he began painting paintings with fire and smoke, and created unique sculptures in a "duet with nature" (using wood, stone, glass, metal). He founded and became the father of the international artistic movement called Emotionalism - appearing against the idea of "art for art". According to the Emotionalists, their works are to appeal to human emotions, drawing inspiration from nature.

In the United States, he began painting paintings with fire and smoke, and created unique sculptures in a "duet with nature" (using wood, stone, glass, metal). He founded and became the father of the international artistic movement called Emotionalism - appearing against the idea of "art for art". According to the Emotionalists, their works are to appeal to human emotions, drawing inspiration from nature.

In the United States, he began painting paintings with fire and smoke, and created unique sculptures in a "duet with nature" (using wood, stone, glass, metal). He founded and became the father of the international artistic movement called Emotionalism - appearing against the idea of "art for art". According to the Emotionalists, their works are to appeal to human emotions, drawing inspiration from nature.

In 2005 Tomaszewski accepted a proposal from the owner of the AS Cmielow Porcelain Manufactory, Adam Spała ( to prepare some new figurines that were stylistically akin to the old ones. He created some figurines of cats and unique collections dancing women (Dancer, Joy of life, Daphne, Sento, Amare).

Has over 250 individual and collective exhibitions all over the world.

In 2014 Lubomir Tomaszewski was awarded one of the most important medals in Arts: Medal for Merit to Culture – Gloria Artis, honoured by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage.

Tomaszewski

He was born in 1923 in Warsaw. He graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw at the Faculty of Sculpture. Ceramist, sculptor, painter. Designer of Ćmiel figurines in the 50s under the patronage of IWP in Warsaw. Since 2005, he has been cooperating with Porcelain Factory AS Ćmielów.He is an outstanding figure inscribed in the history of history and culture. The artist has been living and creating in the USA, near New York for over 50 years. Has over 250 individual and collective exhibitions all over the world.An outstanding mind inspired by nature and man himself. An artist, praised by critics of contemporary art. He is full of passion and creative power, in which "work and ideas cry for priority" in the studio. Sculptor, painter, designer who developed a unique technique of painting "fire and smoke". Founder and spiritual father of an international artistic group operating under the name EMOTIONALISTS. The inventor of over 50 miniature porcelain sculptures produced by Porcelain Factory AS Ćmielów.

All products are wrapped in special paper wit logo and packed in a dedicated, elegant gift box.

 

For some figurines we have wooden box. Such packaging is additionally payable and to be carried out on request (you will find that information next to the option of chosen products).

In the case of shipment of the product via the courier, the packed product is additionally placed in the transport packaging.

If any decoration is not available at the moment, please contact us at shop@cmielow.com.pl

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