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15 November 1922|
|Died||25 October 2015
|Known for||Painting, Graphic art, Sculpture|
Between 1953 and 1961, he was employed as assistant professor at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw.
In 1961, he left Poland and settled in West Berlin between 1964–1965, in England between 1965–1966, then from 1966 in the United States, where he lectured on art at art schools. He returned to Poland in 1999.
At the time of his death he resided in Błędów, Grójec County, a village near Warsaw.
Fangor designed murals for the station walls of the second line of the Warsaw Underground in 2014.
- Grimes, William (9 November 2015). "Wojciech Fangor, Painter Who Emerged From Postwar Poland, Dies at 92". The New York Times. Retrieved 10 November 2015.
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