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Marcel Slodki (Polish: Marceli Słodki; 11 November 1892 – 1943/1944) was a Polish painter, graphic artist and stage designer. He was post-impressionist associated with the dadaist movement. He died during World War II, after being arrested in France and sent to the Nazi German Auschwitz concentration camp c. 1943–1944.
(1892-11-11)11 November 1892
Łódź, Congress Poland, Russian Empire
|Died||1944(1944-00-00) (aged 51–52)|
|Education||Academy of Fine Arts, Munich|