Bogusław Lustyk

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Boguslaw Lustyk (born 1940 in Warsaw, Poland)[1] is a poster artist of the Polish School of Posters.[2][3]

He graduated summa cum laude from the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw in 1965. Lustyk has worked as a painter, poster designer and graphic artist since 1965. His style is poetic and creative, lighthearted and amusing, usually employing muted tones. He specializes in equine posters.[4]

Major awards[edit]

  • 1968 - 2nd Prize - Polish Olympic (Mexico City, Mexico) Poster Competition, Poland
  • 1973 – Special Prize at the Polish Poster Biennial Exhibition
  • 1998 – Official Kentucky Derby Artist of the Year, Louisville, Kentucky, USA

Major one-man exhibitions include:

Other exhibitions:

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bulletin du Musée national de Varsovie, Volume 40, Issues 2-4, Musée, 1999, p. 213 
  2. ^ Znad Wilii, Volume 4, Issues 1-26, Res Publica, 2004, p. 51 
  3. ^ Encyklopedia polskiej emigracji i Polonii: K-O, Oficyna Wydawnicza Kucharski, 2005, p. 191, ISBN 978-83-89376-13-8 
  4. ^ "Artist to donate works to Saratoga". Daily Gazette (Schenectady, NY). 25 September 2003. Retrieved 4 February 2011. 

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