Who is Wacław Wąsowicz?

Wacław Wąsowicz (born 25 August 1891 in Warsaw, died 6 October 1942 therein) was a Polish painter and printmaker.

Wacław Wasowicz studied art with Wojciech Gerson (1909-1910), afterwards he studied at the School of Fine Arts in Warsaw (1911-1914), where he was taught by Ignacy Pieńkowski. He had after that studied at the Jan Matejko Academy of Fine Arts in Kraków, where he was a student of Jacek Malczewski (1914). He had made his artwork using trompe-l’œil, printmaking, watercolour, he painted on fabric, and on ceramic.

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His wife Janina Raabe-Wąsowiczowa was a social worker, and a advocate of the Konrad Żegota Committee.

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