(1901 - 1969)
Michal Stanko was active/lived in Poland. Michal Stanko is known for painting.
Biography Michal Stanko
Michal Stanko (1901 - 1969)
Michal Stanko - landscape painter; he lived in Miechów in his early youth. During World War I, he fought in the Legions. In the years 1927-1939 he stayed mainly in Zakopane; he painted numerous Tatra landscapes and collaborated with Janusz Kotarbinski while working on the polychrome of the new parish church (1932-1934). He also lived temporarily in Sosnowiec. He belonged to - founded in 1929 by Stanislaw Szukalski - "Rogate Heart Strain", taking the name Michal from Sosnowiec. In 1939, he voluntarily joined the army, taking part in the September campaign. In the years 1942-1943 he performed a polychrome in a church in Kozieglowy near Czestochowa. After the war, he was associated with the Silesian artistic mili
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