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Stefan Bakałowicz (Russian: Степан Бакалович) (born October 17, 1857 in Warsaw, died 1947 in Rome) was a Polish painter from Warsaw, famous in the Russian Empire. He was noted for his paintings on the subjects of Ancient Rome. From 1936 he was a member of authorities of Polish Association of Artists - "The Capitol".
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