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Guide to the Alicia Halicka prints

Collection Overview

Kellen Design Archives
Creator - Artist
Halicka, Alicia, 1895-1975
Alice Halicka prints
0.2 linear ft: 2 prints (19 x 25 in)
Includes prints numbered 43 and 184 from an edition of 220 created by Alice Halicka. Depicts the Place de la Concorde in Paris, including the Luxor Obelisk and a detail from the Fontaine des Mers, consisting of a naiad holding a fish.

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Biographical note

Alice (also spelled Alicia and Alicja) Halicka (1895-1975)--Polish painter, illustrator, set and costume designer--moved to France in 1912, marrying Polish artist Louis Marcoussis in 1913. While influenced by the Cubist and Surrealist art movements, Halicka continually experimented with new styles and subject matter, and, owing to a connection made through the artist Raoul Dufy, designed textiles, as well. In 1937, during a three year stay in New York, Halicka designed sets for the George Balanchine/Igor Stravinsky ballet, "Baiser de la Fée," and costumes for a Broadway musical. In 1946 Halicka published a memoir, "Hier, Souvenirs."

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

Kellen Design Archives July 22, 2011

66 5th Ave./
lobby level/
New York, NY, 10011

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Keywords for Searching Related Subjects


  • Fine arts.
  • Prints -- Technique.

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Collection guide Last Updated: 08/30/2012

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