Szkoła Jana Stanisławskiego - fenomen pedagogiczny i artystyczny
The school of Jan Stanislawski – Pedagogical and artistic phenomenon
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Jan Stanislawski (1860-1907) was one of the most prominent Polish landscapist. He was a man of magnificent intelligence and personality. He graduated from Warsaw University’s mathematical department and subsequently studied engineering at the Petersburg University. He began an artistic education at the drawing school of Wojciech Gerson. Then he moved to the Krakow School of Art. Afterwards, Stanislawski he emigrated to Paris but after ten years returned to Poland and started teaching landscape painting in the School of Art, which was later converted into an university. He was a great teacher and a model artistic. Finally, Stanislawski set up his own school of landscape painting, which was something unusual in the Polish system of an art education. Similar projects were later realized by Tadeusz Pruszkowski at the Art School in Warsaw, and by Jozef Pankiewicz in Krakow. He taught his students how to be sensitive to the beauty of nature and Polish landscape. Stanislawski educated 77 students. Typical elements of his style can be easily observed in the work of his students. Many, however went on to develop their own painting styles. His most outstanding students were: Stanislaw Czajkowski, Jan Jozef Grein, Stanislaw Kamocki, Tadeusz Makowski, Marcin Samlicki, Henryk Szczyglinski, Stanislaw Ignacy Witkiewicz, Romuald Kamil Witkowski and Jan Wojnarski.
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