Witold Stefan Zaczeniuk
He was born in Saint Petersburg to an aristocratic family persecuted by the Soviet authorities. He came to Poland in 1921, thanks to the adoption by the family of Dr. Józef Zaczeniuk. He studied painting in Paris. During the Second World War, almost all of his artistic achievements were destroyed. After the war, his works were presented, among others, by at the National Museum in Warsaw, the Zachęta Gallery, and at the exhibitions of the Association of Polish Artists and Designers. He withdrew from the active artistic life of the People's Republic of Poland, studied philosophy, and was active in the Society of Fine Arts. He refrained from carrying out utility works, among which an important place is occupied by the tapestries in the Grand Theater, designed together with Tadeusz Gronowski, and interior designs of the Polish embassy in Prague. His paintings are in private collections in France, Switzerland, Great Britain and the USA.
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