Stanislaw Okulicz (Polish, 1909-) was born in 1909 in Warsaw, Poland. He studied at the School of Art Decoration and Art Paintings as well as the Academy of Art in Warsaw. From 1930 and before World War II, he exhibited at the gallery of Zacheta in Warsaw, at almost all their yearly exhibitions. After the war he took part in the district and universal Polish exhibitions. He had solo exhibitions in Warsaw, twice for the Society of Fine Arts Friends in Warsaw and in some other Polish cities. He also exhibited in Moscow, Minsk, Riga, Kijew, and Lviv (Lwów as it was known then) to name a few. His works can be found in the Museum of History in Warsaw (eleven works), and the Ministers of Board Council (seven works), of which all were old town cityscapes and country landscapes.
(by Mark Strong of Meibohm Fine Arts, Inc., East Aurora, NY 04/2009 from sources: Our internal records)