Zofia Stryjenska, Polish, 1891, 1894 to 1976, tempera painting on masonite, depicting a Highland Girl, Tatra Mountains. Signed lower right. Framed. A paper label with expertise in Polish, signed by Feliks Kopera, director of the National Office, on the backside. Zofia Stryjenska was a Polish painter, graphic designer, illustrator, stage designer, a representative of art deco. Along with Olga Boznańska and Tamara de Lempicka, she was one of the best-known Polish women artists of the interwar period. In the 1930s she was nominated for the prestigious Golden Laurel of the Polish Academy of Literature, but declined the offer. One of a kind artwork.