Alicja Halicka was a Polish painter, who studied both in Cracow at the private School of Fine Arts for Women and in Munich and Paris (Académie Ranson). In the first years of her work she referred to the aesthetics of Cubism. During her stay in the United States she collaborated with the magazines "Harper's Bazaar" and "Vogue". She participated in many exhibitions in Poland and abroad: in Paris, Brussels, Vichy, Warsaw and Cracow. From 1913 she lived in Paris.