Stanisław Kiczko lived in years 1943-2015. He was born in the village of Świrydy in the Grodno region. He graduated from the Pedagogical College in Vitebsk (painting and graphics department). His first exhibition took place in Vitebsk in 1968. He worked as a teacher in a high school in Grodno, and regularly exhibited his works in Grodno, Moscow, Minsk, Leningrad and other cities.
In 1987, he was admitted to the Union of Artists of the USSR. For many years he was the president of the Society of Polish Artists at ZPB. The works of this painter can be found in the collections of the State Museum of Religion and the Historical and Archaeological Museum in Grodno, in state and private collections in Belarus, Poland, Austria, the Netherlands, Germany, Belgium, the USA and the Vatican.
Kiczko was also the co-author and direct executor of the concept of Grodno museums, he also recreated the interior of Adam Mickiewicz's house in Nowogródek. In 2005, the artist was awarded the Medal of Merit for Polish Culture.
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