Wacław Borowski studied in Krakow and then went to Paris, and later Italy and Switzerland. In 1920 he returned to Poland after World War I. He was one of the leading Polish classical artists of the 1920s and 1930s. He also worked as a decorator for theater performances and designed part of the Polish banknotes.
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