A fan of Henryk Sienkiewicz, Juliusz Słowacki and Jan Matejko, Kaczor-Batowski specialized in historicist paintings, usually related to Poland's martial history. Among the best known of his works is the Polish Thermopylae (Battle of Zadwórze) and Pułaski at Savannah The last painting is currently own and permanently displayed at The Polish Museum in Chicago . He is also notable as the designer of the stuccos and frescoes for the Grand Theatre in Lwów (modern Theatre of Lviv). In addition painted landscapes, portraits and religious paintings. Batowski made a series of illustrations for "Trilogy" by Henryk Sienkiewicz.