Revered Polish painter whose work mixed Symbolism with themes of Polish patriotism and martyrdom. He started his artwork education at age group seventeen in Krakow. From a age group, he infused his artistic use components of Polish folklore and panorama. His most well-known functions included “BÅ‚Ä™dne koÅ‚o” (“Mad Group”) from 1897, “Melancholia” from 1894, and “Wizja” from 1912. His Polish patriot dad Julian influenced him with stories from the November Uprising, and his uncle sparked his fascination with organic scenery. He and Joe Kubert both became world-renowned Polish performers.