Edward Biszorski

About artist

Born
6.04.1909
Died
27.08.1995

Born in 1909 in Skoczów and died there in 1995.
Painter and graphic designer. In the years 1928-1935 he studied in the State School of Decorative Arts in Krakow. Following his graduation in 1939, he began studies at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw. He studied wall and easel painting, and artistic graphics under the supervision of Professors  L. Pękalski, T. Pruszkowski and S. Ostoja-Chrostowski.  He regularly participated in the local, regional and national exhibitions, including: the National Visual Arts Exhibition in Warsaw (1952), Art Festival in Sopot (1962), the Biennial of Graphics in Krakow (1964), the Triennial of Drawing in Wroclaw (1965, 1968), the Festival of Modern Art in Szczecin (1969, 1971). Apart from his professional activity, Edward Biszorski participated actively in a social life. For many years he was the president and member of the local Polish Tourist and Sightseeing Society (PTTK), one of the founders and honorable member of the Skoczów Enthusiasts Society, and a very active animator of culture and initiator of many projects in the town. He belonged to the committee organizing the 700th Skoczów anniversary in 1967, where he was responsible for the visual part of the celebration. He organized the cyclical exhibition of the works of amateur artists in Podbeskidzie region. He was a great advocate for the coherent urban planning concept in Skoczów and many times intervened for the protection of the town’s listed buildings.

Works

Edward Biszorski

Old Smithy

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Healer

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Mother's Day

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In the Studio

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Nude

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Country Road

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