Stanislav Szukalski

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Stanislav Szukalski
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Photo portrait of Szukalski, standing in front of his Monument of the Guard in Kraków (1936)

Born 13 December 1893(1893-12-13)
Warta, Congress Poland, Russian Empire
Died 19 May 1987 (93)
Burbank, California
Nationality Polish
Field(s) Painting, Illustration, Sculpture
Affiliations Szczep Rogate Serce (Polish: "Tribe of the Horned Heart")
Known for Zermatism

Stanislav Szukalski (Stanisław Szukalski; December 13, 1893 - May 19, 1987) was a Polish-born painter, illustrator, and sculptor, widely known for his theory of Zermatism, a grand unified theory of human culture and evolution, attempting to show the interrelated nature of all arts and histories, linking it all to a common source: Rapa Nui (Easter Island) and the unending conflict between the yetinsyny and man in the aftermath of a cataclysmic global deluge.




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