Eljasz-Radzikowski Stanisław Wojciech

A doctor, activist, lover of the Tatra Mountains, a painter, born in 1869 in Kraków, son of Walery Jan Kanty. He died in 1935 in Krakow. He studied medicine at the University of Lviv, became an assistant and then a clinical doctor in Zakopane. Author of aquatics, drawings and lithography. He published many works in the field of medicine and popularized the healing values of the mountains. He supported: the Zakopane style of Witkiewicz, he promoted it in readings and brochures. He wrote, among other things “The Chochołowskie Uprising”

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