Jan Naliwajko  

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Jan Naliwajko (born 1939 in Vilna, Lithuania) is an artist.

Educated in Academy of Arts in Vilna. Famous of his art in graphics and of his sculpture art. Naliwajko has had a row of exchibitions around the world, for example in: Musee Moderne, France. Galerie du Grand-Mezel, Switzerland. Galerie Bryna, Palm Beach, USA. Galerie Olga, Stockholm. Galerie Trekanten, Sigtuna. Galerie J de V, Malmö. Gallery Rodeo, Beverly Hills, USA. Original Art Gallery, Båstad. Svaneholms Slott, Skurup. Galleri ARNO, Stockholm.

The most famous and the most rare piece of art from Jan Naliwajko is a lithograph called Nightbird.



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