About Lukiianow Roman Walerian
Indian Love is a rare Limited Edition Bronze Equine Sculpture by Polish Sculptor Łukiianów Roman Walerian. Please find links to two Polish language PDF documents: Document 1 and Document 2 He studied from 1928. At the Academy of Fine Arts under the direction of Constantine Laszczka, Weiss, and later Edward Wittig. For a year he studied at the Faculty of Sculpture and Brązownictwa at the National School of Decorative Arts and Crafts in Poznan. Academy of Fine Arts Diploma obtained in 1937., Then taught metalwork at the Municipal School of Decorative Arts and Painting in Warsaw. After the war, he moved permanently to Warsaw and worked at the State Laboratory of Conservation and also taught drawing and modeling at the Medical Faculty of the University of Warsaw. From the early years of his artistic activity comes Podhale Rifles Monument in Przemysl, Archers in Warsaw and Centurion in Kolomyia. During the occupation done, inter alia, Portrait of Edward Wittig and Portrait of Janina Pollakówna. In 1950,. Received first prize in the competition for a sculpture-fountain in the Swiss Valley Warsaw, and a year later the second prize for sculpture group for Marszałkowska Residential District. He was also the winner of the competition to design the metro station "Market" and the award-winning author of the Monument of Gratitude in Warsaw. W. Łukijanów practiced traditional realistic sculpture. The work of the sculptor are extremely rare in the antique market.