(1890 - 1980)
Victor Korecki was active/lived in Poland, Russian Federation. Victor Korecki is known for impressionist rural landscape painting, snowscenes.
A well-known landscape painter, Victor Korecki studied at the Drawing School Muraszki in Kiev. In 1921 he moved to Warsaw, where he opened a studio, which was burned during the Warsaw Uprising, and with it much of his work.
He exhibited his paintings at exhibitions at the Society for the Encouragement of Fine Arts. He returned to Poland in 1946 and settled in Warsaw, first in Komorow, later in Milanówek. His work influenced others, including Chelmonski Rapacki. The artist worked mostly on landscapes - sunsets, meadows, misty backwaters, villages or winter landscapes with the motif of forest roads and stream squirming among the snows.