Home » Top 1000 Art Pictures » Zdzisław Beksiński, 1929-2005, Poland. Share this on Facebook download .zip with all pictures I have said it before, but it seems like every time Beksiński painted “people” touching each other they meld into each other as if the mere act of touching one another we become each other. Related Posts “Avenue in the Park of Schloss Kammer,” by Gustav Klimt, 1912 Joaquín Sorolla, Another Marguerite Arnold Böcklin, Isle of the Dead Latest Comments Usklor October 25, 2016 imho, majority of his art is the perfect expression of the moody, relentless and bloody hell which was going almost non stop in teritory of Poland during the WWII 1939-1945. Tonser June 12, 2016 This is definitely unsettling but it’s also strangely tender Eldoq June 1, 2016 Incredible artist. Damn shame he was taken from us early. MilagroConti May 12, 2016 I think I know what you mean. I find this gross and repulsive but in the same way as images of the holocaust are. Comments are closed.