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Ryszard Gieryszewski Art

b. 1936

Ryszard Gieryszewski was born in 1936 in Warsaw. He graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw in 1964. Gieryszewski is a member of the Xylon international association in Switzerland. He participated in more than 20 individual exhibitions in Poland and Italy. Gieryszewski has also received several awards which include Festival of Fine Arts in Warsaw in 1968 and 1970, Grand Prix Quadriennale of Polish woodcut and linocut in Olsztyn and the Biennial Grand prize for small format paintings of Toruń in 1988 and Grand Prix First International Biennial in Gravura da Amadora, Portugal in 2000.

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Artist: Ryszard Gieryszewski
Non-accidental shapes - XX Century, Colorful Woodcut & Linocut, Abstract Print
By Ryszard Gieryszewski
Located in Warsaw, PL
RYSZARD GIERYSZEWSKI (born in 1936) Graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw in 1964. He is a member of International Association XYLON in Switzerland. He participated in mo...
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Early 2000s Abstract Ryszard Gieryszewski Art

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Paper, Linocut, Woodcut

Non-accidental shapes - XX Century, Colorful Woodcut , Abstract Print
By Ryszard Gieryszewski
Located in Warsaw, PL
RYSZARD GIERYSZEWSKI (born in 1936) Graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw in 1964. He is a member of International Association XYLON in Switzerland. He participated in mo...
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Early 2000s Abstract Ryszard Gieryszewski Art

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Paper, Woodcut

April 2012 - XXI Century Contemporary Woodcut , Abstract Print, Red Color Accent
By Ryszard Gieryszewski
Located in Warsaw, PL
RYSZARD GIERYSZEWSKI (born in 1936) Graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw in 1964. He is a member of International Association XYLON in Switzerland. He participated in mo...
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2010s Abstract Ryszard Gieryszewski Art

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Untitled (A border) - XX Century Contemporary Woodcut , Abstract Print, Relief
By Ryszard Gieryszewski
Located in Warsaw, PL
RYSZARD GIERYSZEWSKI (born in 1936) Graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw in 1964. He is a member of International Association XYLON in Switzerland. He participated in mo...
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1980s Abstract Ryszard Gieryszewski Art

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Relief I - XXI Century, Contemporary abstract graphics, Geometric shapes,
By Ryszard Gieryszewski
Located in Warsaw, PL
Embossing, print on paper, 2004 RYSZARD GIERYSZEWSKI (born in 1936) Graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw in 1964. He is a member of International Association XYLON in S...
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Early 2000s Abstract Ryszard Gieryszewski Art

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Intaglio

A road - vertical division -- Contemporary abstract graphics, XXI Century
By Ryszard Gieryszewski
Located in Warsaw, PL
RYSZARD GIERYSZEWSKI (born in 1936) Graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw in 1964. He is a member of International Association XYLON in Switzerland. He participated in mo...
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Early 2000s Abstract Ryszard Gieryszewski Art

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Paper, Linocut, Woodcut

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