Paweł Dadlez studied in Krakow, Paris, Italy and Cambridge, becoming a professor in Krakow in 1938. His style was realism with elements of Polish colorism. His still lifes represented things in everyday use, but he also painted portraits, nudes and genre pictures. In 1939 he was imprisoned by the Nazis because of his "anti-German attitude" and died in 1940 during railway transport to a POW camp.
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