Aleksander Kobzdej was a prominent Polish painter active during the mid-20th century. His works often revolved around the theme of human life, many of them being of a social or abstract nature. His skill in depicting human movement and expression was widely hailed, and his influence on the international modern art community was considerable. Among his best-known works are 'Bus Station' (1972), 'The Orchestra' (1974), 'The Grey Cloth' (1975), and 'The Garden' (1976). His works were broadly exhibited in galleries and privately collected in Poland and abroad.
Kobzdej, Polish modern art, abstract painting, figurative painting, social realism.
— Mei Wang
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