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Witold Kawalec

Witold  Kawalec
Witold  Kawalec
Witold  Kawalec
Witold  Kawalec
Witold Kawalec
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Witold Gracjan Kawalec (17 November 1922 – 24 December 2003) was a Polish-born sculptor, who worked mainly in England. After the war he moved to Nottingham and continued his studies in sculpture at Nottingham College of Art. In 1953 he opened his first studio and produced much of his work in alabaster. The themes of his abstract forms were influenced by his experiences during World War II. In 1959 he had a piece selected for the Royal Academy summer exhibition, and in 1963 his exhibition at the Drian Gallery led to his connection with the hospice movement.
Photograph details
City Daily Telegraph
Date January 1,1966
SizeText 8.5" x 6.7"
Year 1966
Month January


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