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Cause of Katarzyna Kobro’s Death, Bio, Family, Nationality, Arts, Husband,

Cause of Katarzyna Kobro’s Death, Bio, Family, Nationality, Arts, Husband,

Facts of Katarzyna Kobro

Full Name:Katarzyna Kobro
Birth Date:January 25, 1998
Age:26 years
Death Date:February 20, 1951
Profession:Polish sculptor
HusbandWładysław Strzemiński
MarriedWładysław Strzemiński
Birth PlaceMoscow
EthnicityGerman- Russian
EducationMoscow School of Painting, Sculpture, and Architecture.
FatherNikolai Alexander Michael von Kobro
MotherEvgenia Rozanov
KidsNika Strzemińska
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Katarzyna Kobro was a Polish sculptor and a prominent representative of the Constructivist movement in Poland.

Where was Katarzyna Kobro born?

On January 26, 1898, Katarzyna Kobro opened her eyes to this beautiful world. She was born in Moscow, Russia. At the time of her death, she was 53 years old. According to her date of birth, her sun sign was Aquarius. Katarzyna used to celebrate her birthday on the 26th of January every year. She was born to  Nikolai Alexander Michael von Kobro (father) and Evgenia Rozanov (mother).

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Caption: Katarzyna Cobro childhood photo (Photo: culture)

It is known that she comes from a multicultural family. Her father came from a family of Baltic Germans while her mother was Russian. Her entire family moved to Moscow in 1915. Katarzyna had Russian citizenship and belonged to German- Russian ethnic background. Likewise, she followed Christianity as a religion.

When did Katarzyna Kobro gradaute?

Katarzyna studied at the Moscow School of Painting, Sculpture, and Architecture in Ulitsa Rozhdestvenka, Moscow, Russia. She graduated from there in 1920.

Who was Katarzyna Kobro married to?

Katarzyna was a happily married woman. She had tied the knot with her husband Władysław Strzemiński. By profession, her husband was a Polish artist. The duo tied the knot in 1920.  Their marriage was done in front of their relatives, family members, and friends. They were very happy with their relationship.

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Caption: Katarzyna Cobro with her husband (Photo: plus)

From their marriage, they welcomed one son Nika Strzemińska . The duo was living a blissful and happy life together sharing each other happiness and sorrow.

What Katarzyna Kobro’s Net Worth?

Katarzyna Kobro was a famous Polish Sculptor. Her net worth or salary is not given in any media for now. However, according to some sites police Sculptoror earns at least  $74,576 per year. Katarzyna must also have earned a decent sum of money from her career.

What type of style did Katarzyna Kobro use in her work?

Katarzyna was one of the best interwar avant-garde artists. She was against using Aestheticism, individualism, and subjectivism style in her work. Instead, she chose the absolute objectivism of form. Her main aim was to build an abstract work of art, based on universal and objective rules.

She showed her most beautiful style as a sculptor. This shows infinite space as uniform and without focal or reference points. Likewise, Katarzyna tried to organize her work in a way so that they would not be divided in space. But instead, it coexists with space and allows space to penetrate it.

What was the cause of Katarzyna Kobro’s death?

In 1950 Katarzyna was diagnosed with cancer. However, because of lack of treatment, she died the following year on February 21, 1951. She was just 53 years old when she Rested in peace. Likewise, she died in a Łódź, Poland.

Katarzyna Kobro’s Professional Career

  • By profession, Katarzyna was a Polish sculptor.
  • She first started as a teacher in a small town in Koluszki.
  • After all the members left the group Katarzyna and her husband with help of others again found another company.
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Caption: Katarzyna Cobro in google doodle (Photo: News)
  • They founded a.r. group, an initialization that is usually said as, Revolutionary Artists or Real Avant-Garde.
  • Katarzyna and her husband together established the Museum of Art in Łódź.
  • Likewise, after some time they both joined the Abstraction-Création group in 1932.
  • Similarly, she signed the 1936 Dimensions Manifesto published by Jean Arp, Marcel Duchamp, and László Moholy-Nagy in 1937.