Gadomski Walery

Sculptor born and died in Kraków. He studied at the Krakow School of Fine Arts and in Vienna, participant of the January Uprising. In the years 1876-1889 he taught sculpture at the SSP, but quit teaching due to eye disease. He died while already blind in the Helclów Institution. It is the car of many statues, busts, medallions. In Krakow, there are monuments made by him: Nicolaus Copernicus, King Jan III in the Strzelecki Garden, Józef Warszewicz in the Rakowicki Cemetery and others.

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