Born in 1924 - Poland
PROF. LESZEK RÓZGA
Leszek Rózga (1924-2015) was one of the most important artists in the history of graphic art in Poland. His works are in the collections of the Hermitage, the National Library in Paris and the Albertina in Vienna.
The artist once said: "Most of the cycles which were devoted to my travels arose in my mind as a memory of what I saw, but most of all of what I knew and of what I felt. I tried "to preserve" this mood of mine".
He studied painting and drawing in Maria Skarbek Kruszewska’s studio (1945-46). In 1948 he took up studies at PWSSP in ?ód? under the guidance of professors such as W?adys?aw Strzemi?ski, Adam Rychtarski, Stefan Wegner and Ludwik Tyrowicz. In 1952 he moved to Katowice where he studied painting and graphic arts. He graduated with a special mention from the Academy of Fine Arts in Cracow in 1954 and four years later he joined the group “Pi?te Ko?o/ Fifth Wheel”. Since 1967 he has been teaching graphics at PWSSP (now Academy of Fine Arts) in ?ód? where he found the Department of Graphic Arts in 1971. In 1979 he received the title of professor. His works may be found in private and public collections, including Hermitage Museum, Bibliotheque Nationale in Paris and in World Bank collection in Washington.
83.8 x 106.7
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