Janusz Korczak-Ziolkowski is a Polish-British abstract painter based in London. He studied painting at the Polish School of Art under Professor Marian Bohusz-Szyszko and attended the Leon Wyczolkowski State School of Art (PLSP) in Bydgoszcz, Poland where he studied painting and the History of Art under Marian Turwid. He graduated from the University of London where he obtained a BA Honours from the School of Slavonic and East European Studies.

His works have been displayed in several UK galleries and he has taken part in various exhibitions with the Association of Newham Artists and the Association of Polish a Artists in Great Britain. On a number of occasions he has also exhibited at the Cafe Loredana in Barbican, London.

Korczak-Ziolkowski has been inspired by the works of Feliks Topolski RA whom he knew and visited regularly at his studio in London, South Bank.

His paintings can be found in private collections in the UK, Poland, France, Italy, Morocco, The Caribbean and Singapore


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