Narodziny Witkacego z ducha Witkiewicza
AbstractStanisław Witkiewicz (1851-1915) himself taught his son Stanisław Ignacy (1885-1939), known later as Witkacy, helped by his wife and friends, among whom there were scientists, artists and professional teachers. The results of such education were amazing. At the age of eight, the boy could paint using different techniques, play the piano and compose music. His father desired for him to become a naturalist painter like himself. At a young age Witkacy became an outstanding artist, not only a painter, but also a writer. However, in opposition to his father’s teaching, when he matured artistically, he rejected naturalism and joined the artistic avant-garde. Just after the first world war he published a long philosophical essay inspired probably by the work of his father’s great intellectual enemy – the Neo-Hegelian Polish philosopher Henryk Struve. Thus, Witkacy shaped himself, both in the respect of art and philosophy, in the opposition to his father, Stanisław Witkiewicz.
|Other language title versions||The birth of Witkacy from the spirit of Witkiewicz|
|Journal series||Idea. Studia Nad Strukturą i Rozwojem Pojęć Filozoficznych, ISSN 0860-4487, (B 9 pkt)|
|Publication size in sheets||0.5|
|Keywords in English||aesthetics, art, naturalism, philosophy, paintings|
|Keywords in original language||estetyka, filozofia, malarstwo, naturalizm, sztuka|
|Score||= 9.0, 28-01-2020, ArticleFromJournal|
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