Wacław Borowski

(1885 – 1954)

Style: Modern, Impressionist

Background: Wacław Borowski was born in 1885 in Łódź, he was a Polish painter and decorative artist.

Education: He studied painting at the Academy of Fine Arts in Kraków under Józef Mehoffer who was one of the leading artists of the Young Poland movement and one of the most revered Polish artists of his time. He spent the years of 1909-1913 in Paris copying works of the old masters at the Louvre. He later traveled to Italy to study the Renaissance masters in the place of its origin

Achievements:  In 1920 Borowski was a volunteer fighter for the Polish forces in the Polish-Bolshevik War. In 1926 he cofounded and was a vital part of Warsaw’s artistic groups RYTM.

Famous Works:

Wacław Borowski - Diana

Wacław Borowski – Diana

Wacław Borowski - Idylla

Wacław Borowski – Idylla

Wacław Borowski - Narkotyk

Wacław Borowski – Narkotyk

Wacław Borowski - Untitled

Wacław Borowski – Untitled

Wacław Borowski - Polowanie Diany

Wacław Borowski – Polowanie Diany