Krystyna Żywulska, pseudonym (Sonia) Landau,
(born on 1 September 1914 in Łódź, the Russian Empire; died on 1 August 1993 in Düsseldorf)
was a Polish writer, resistance fighter and Auschwitz survivor.
She then wrote satires, feuilletons, mock poems, epigrams and limericks. Her cabaret monologues, sketches and lyrics were performed in Poland and were recited in radio and film.
In 1968, the singer Sława Przybylska made her song "Żyje się raz" world-famous.
In 1963 Żywulska wrote her book "Leeres Wasser" about the experiences in the Warsaw Ghetto, and the book was translated into French in 1972 by the then musician of the Auschwitz Prisoner Orchestra Szymon Laks.
Żywulska emigrated with her sons in 1968 and came from Munich to Düsseldorf.
She translated her autobiographical books and also the poems herself into German and presented them on reading trips.
In old age, she discovered painting for herself. The Cologne painter David Ostrowski is her grandson.
Very nicely made.
- Krystyna Zywulska
- Titre de l'oeuvre d'art
- Neun Sänger
- Acrylique sur toile
- Non signé(e)
- Comme neuf
- Taille de l’image
- 60×50 cm
- Dimensions totales
- 60×50×1 cm
- Cadre inclus