A MAJOR retrospective of painter Andrzej Wroblewski’s work is being held in Spain.
The Palacio de Velazquez in Madrid is presenting 150 of the Polish artist’s works until February.
The exhibition will show the two sides of the Lithuanian-born Wroblewski, who died at the age of 29 following a mountaineering accident.
Wroblewski survived the horrors of the Nazi occupation and Stalin’s regime, and his work often depicts the brutality of war.
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