Kazimierz Sichulski was a Polish painter, draftsman and university teacher who trained at the Academy of Fine Arts in Kraków from 1900-08. From 1903-05 he worked as a draftsman for the satirical magazine Liberum Veto and from 1905 he was with the cabaret Zielony balonik. Sichulski was professor at the State Industrial School in Lwów from 1920-30, and in 1930-39 he was at the Academy of Fine Arts in Kraków.
Sichulski was a member of the Artists' Association Sztuka and the Vienna Group Hagenbund. He painted mostly genre scenes and Carpathian landscapes and the traditions of the Huzuls that had great success in European galleries. His wife was the Kraków theater actress Bronisława Rudlicka.
Mixed Painting, Paintings