Witold Wojtkiewicz (1879-1909) Polish Artist
The exceptional Polish painter and illustrator, representative of early Expressionism and Symbolism, Witold Wojtkiewicz studied at the Drawing School in Warsaw and at the Academy of Fine Arts in Cracow.
He anticipated Polish Expressionism and was one of the most intriguing and inventive artists of the period.
He worked with the periodical magazines, designed postcards and invitations for "Green Balloon" Cabaret.
He had been exhibiting on regular basis, at the exhibition in the Schulte Salon in Berlin, André Gide saw Wojtkiewicz's paintings and organized a one-man show of the artist's works in Paris in 1907.