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Andrzej Wroblewsk 

Jagiellonian University


Personal Details:


Andrzej Wroblewsk

Place of birth

Vilnius, Poland

Date of Birth

15 June 1927

Date of Death

23 March 1957








Early Days Of Andrzej Wroblewsk:

Andrzej Wroblewski was a Poland Painter; He was born in June 15th 1927 in Vilnius. He was son of the Stefan Batory University law professor Bronislaw Wroblewski . Andrzej Wroblewski was one of the Poland's most excellent and most independent post-war artists. He showed his creative talent while still a child. Wroblewski was a student in the Painting and Sculpture Department of the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow during the year 1945 – 1952. For a part of this period 1945 - 1948, he simultaneously studied art history in the Jagiellonian University.

Andrzej Wroblewsk Carriers:

Andrjez’s mother introduced him to the art of woodcut which he trained from 1944 to 1946. After the Second World War his family moved from Wilno to Krakow, where he passed the Matura exams and become a student in the Painting and Sculpture Department of Poland's oldest art school. Between 1947 and 1948 Wroblewski focused on testing in oil paintings and gouaches developing a exclusive means of expression, at the same time as remaining open to the influences of modern artist styles such as surrealism, abstract art, and geometric art.

March 23rd 1957, Wroblewski died in a mountaineering accident in Tatry. He was the novelist of over 150 oil paintings, 1400 drawings, dozens of other art forms and over 80 published articles. Andrjez works are featured in the collections of many Polish museums and exhibitions.


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