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He was born and died in Paris, France, the son of a Polish-Russian father and a Belgian mother. Swieykowsky, sometimes spelled Swieykowski, painted Impressionist landscapes, genre, still lives and portraits. He became specifically known for his snow scenes.
He studied at the School of Fine Arts in Paris with Fernand Cormon and subsequently exhibited from 1894 to 1921 at the Salon des Artistes (award 1896); 1900 World Exhibition; and 1926 to 1943 at the Salon of the National Society of Arts of which he became a full member in 1927.