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The Sun's Chariot, Sodertalje, Sweden Playing Organs, Czorsztyn, 1996 Banner of the Guardian of the Blue Hope, 1988 Polish Bread, 1992 To the Memory of the Children of the Zamosc Region, 1944
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3,925 words
10 webpages
Info-poland's pages devoted to the artist: three essays, six art pages
380 words Entry for the artist in the Grove Dictionary of Art
290 words Biographical information about the artists and the Wladyslaw Hasior Gallery dedicated to him in Zakopane
30 visuals
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flag  The principal Hasior gallery, one that the artists saught for his own collection which he donated to the museum and the exposition in the gallery he arranged.
7 visuals
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flag   Commenary by the creator of the Gallery and a long time enthusiast of Hasior's work
24 visuals flag   A assemblage of photographs of Hasior artworks
23 visuals flag   Assembled images of Hasior art objects
4 photos
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Birds Fly Off to Warm Salesia:   webpage detailing the gradual degeneration of the artists Firebirds (1975) originally installed on the slopes surrounding the castle in Szczecin and later moved to a park. Also the unauthorised removal of one Firebird to Wroclaw by individuals concerned with its preservation
780 words Death of an Artist:   A Warsaw Voice account of a vist with the artist at his home shortly before his death in 1999. Also biographical details
6,190 words flag  He rode the motorbike and sang   A September 1999 article by investigative reporter Magdalena Grochowska about the life and times of Wladyslaw Hasior   cached
Titles and locations of artworks and sources of the visuals at top: from the left
    "The Sun's Chariot," Sodertalje, Sweden
    "Playing Organs," 1996, Czorsztyn
    "Banner of the Guardian of the Blue Hope," 1988
    "Polish Bread," 1992
    "To the Memory of the Children of the Zamosc Region," 1944
    "Three Dimensional Sculture"
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