Stanisław Wyspiański  

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Stanisław Wyspiański was born on the 15th of January 1869 and died on the 28th of November 1907 in Kraków. He was an outstanding Polish playwright, painter and poet, as well as interior and furniture designer. A patriotic writer, he created a series of symbolic, national dramas within the artistic philosophy of the Young Poland Movement. Wyspiański was one of the most outstanding and multifaceted artists of his time in Europe. He successfully joined the trends of modernism with themes of the Polish folk tradition and Romantic history. Unofficially, he came to be known as the Fourth Polish Bard.



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