Polish Antoni Kenar studied at the College of Forest Products in Zakopane, and later at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warszawa. In World War II, after the Warszawa Uprising in 1944, he was deported by the Nazis to work camps in Oberhausen and Essen. After the war Kenar became the director of his old school in Zakopane, and shortly after his death the school was given his name. His sculpture Hockey Player received an “Honorable Mention” at the 1932 Los Angeles Olympic Games in the art competitions, category mixed statues.
|1932 Summer||25||Los Angeles||Art Competitions||Mixed Sculpturing, Statues||Poland||POL||HM|
|1932 Summer||25||Los Angeles||Art Competitions||Mixed Sculpturing, Unknown Event||Poland||POL||AC|
|1948 Summer||41||London||Art Competitions||Mixed Sculpturing, Unknown Event||Poland||POL||AC|
|1932 Summer||25||Los Angeles||Art Competitions||Poland||Final Standings||HM||Hockey Player|
|1932 Summer||25||Los Angeles||Art Competitions||Poland||Final Standings||AC||Shooting (bronze)|
|1948 Summer||41||London||Art Competitions||Poland||Final Standings||AC||Christiania (Wooden figure)|