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Bruno Schulz

 (1892 – 1942)

Bruno Schulz was one of the most original and prominent Polish writers of the twentieth century. Born, raised, and living in Drohobycz as a writer, illustrator and educator, Schulz met his demise at the hands of a Gestapo officer in 1942. Both collections of his fantastic stories have become oft-referenced treasures of modern literature.

He had a unique style of illustration. The frescos he created during the holocaust are in Yad Vashem. His books "The Cinnamon stores" and "The Hourglass Sanatorium", were translated into numerous languages worldwide. 

Private paintings


Bruno Schulz website

Cinamonn stors


Collection 1 - criations & sketches

Collection 2 - criations & sketches

Yoram Bronovsky - Epilog (In Hebrew and Polish)

Bruno Schulz wikipedia

Bruno Schulz art website

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