Hanna Sidorowicz holds a specific place in today’s art scene, creating a link between classical and contemporary art.
A French artist of Polish origin, she holds in the two countries a strong artistic background from the Beaux-Arts School in Gdansk in Poland and from the École des Arts Décoratifs in Paris. This formation has become the essential structure to the creativity and freedom of movement in her paintings.
Her work constantly refers not only to the Old Masters - Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Rembrandt – where we can find clear references - but surprisingly also to the methods and the spontaneity of the American Abstract painters such as Pollock and Cy Tombly. Despite the appearance of simplicity and purity of her style, her paintings veil a symbolic and sophisticated process.