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4. Artist of Death Wyspiański, puzzlingly reluctant to speak about his illness, was recognized as one of Poland’s greatest artists of death in the 20th century. Parallels between his art and theatre and that of Tadeusz Kantor are not surprising, given Kantor’s strong fascination with Wyspiański, which was often overtly expressed. Stanisław Brzozowski, a contemporary and Tomasz Śpiewak 37 influential critic, was probably the first one who recognized Wyspiański as an artist whose true realm of creation was death.
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This striking detail of the representation immediately draws any viewer’s attention. Wyspiański’s self-portraits, according to the tradition of interpretation best represented by Kazimierz Wyka, can be regarded as a series dominated by the artist’s increasing introspection, clearly related to his own painful recognition of his condition, as well as his shattered expectations concerning his family life and art. Within this interpretative tradition, special attention is granted to the following pieces of work: a famous blue pastel self-portrait from 1894, a self-portrait from 1902, and a self-portrait with his wife.