One of the world’s most famous Polish artists-expressionists Edward Dwurnik passed away at the age of 75 at his home in Warsaw.
Dwurnik was born in 1943. From 1963 to 1970 he studied painting and graphics at the Academy of fine arts in Warsaw, Studio of Christina Shadi-Studnicki, and studied sculpture for 3 years.
As he said himself Dwurnik, in the first years of study at the Academy he “had no vision of their work.” After exploring the works of Bernard buffet Dwurnik realized the new possibilities of painting, but only the works of Nicephorus Krynychka in 1965, helped him to find a form that would implemented its own ideas. With this event began his passion for creativity.
Edward Dwurnik has written more than three thousand pictures and ten thousand drawings. His works are kept in museums of the Netherlands, Germany, USA and many other countries. In particular, four of Dvornika stored in the State Museum of fine arts named after A. S. Pushkin.