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Adrian Wiszniewski

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Adrian Wiszniewski

Adrian Wiszniewski is a highly acclaimed British artist born in Glasgow, Scotland, in 1958. He is best known for his oil and charcoal paintings, which depict the bleakness and poverty of the industrial city of his youth. His work has been exhibited in many major international galleries, including the Saatchi Gallery, the Grand Palais in Paris, and the Guggenheim Museum in New York. His works are a powerful reflection of not just the industrial city, but of the human experience more generally. Notable works by Wiszniewski include the painting entitled View of an Old Glove Factory (1987), the large-scale ten-panel mural The Factory (1991), and the sculpture The Fiddler (1995).

Adrian Wiszniewski, British artist, Glasgow Scotland, Saatchi Gallery, Paris Grand Palais, Guggenheim Museum New York, View of an Old Glove Factory, The Factory, The Fiddler, oil painting, charcoal painting, industrial city, human experience.

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