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Written in autumn 1909, "Songs Op. 20" are the second cycle of songs, after "Four Songs Op. 11", setting poems by Tadeusz Miciński.

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Self-portrait, c1915-1917, Saint Petersburg, photograph by the Museum of Art in Łodź, photo from the collection of Ewa Franczak and Stefan Okołowicz

Painter, illustrator, photographer, playwright, novelist, philosopher, art theorist, and critic; member of the first-ever Polish group of avant-garde artists known as the Formists.

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Bruno Schulz, "Self-portrait", 1920-22, cliché-verre.

Writer painter, illustrator and graphic artist known for short story collections that bring back the magical reality of Poland's pre-war shtetl's.

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Gombrowicz is one of the most exceptional writers in the history of literature; especially in terms of his philosophy, his method of constructing texts and the power of his language.

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