... The artist determined a bit different place for a man in his art. He paints portraits, mainly ladies' portraits.
It would be hard to call them psychological. It seems that the author is fascinated with a certain type or an
ideal of woman's beauty, therefore a choice of models depends on fulfilling stated conditions. Dimczewski usually
depicts young women,
which have regular facial features, smooth and sleek cheeks and long hair - wavy, bushy and wriggling.
What is more, he likes to beautify women, for instance wearing them blooming meadow flowers' chains.
That is why his models sometimes look rather like fairy mermaids than
true-born real beings. Their images are in themselves variations about women's beauty, supported with skifully
harmonised colours. ...
Małgorzata Kitowska- Łysiak
Faculty of History of Modern Art at
Catholic University of Lublin