(1894-1975) Born in Poland, Mrozewski studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw and Krakow, later residing in Paris and Amsterdam where his art gained widespread recognition.
In 1929 he illustrated M. Schwob's King with the Golden Mask. Besides illustrating books by Dante, Cervantes, Dostoyesky, Rilke, Villon, Schvog and others, Mrozewski's subjects included religious themes, landscapes and portraits.
Mrozewski emigrated to the United States in 1951,
He is largely known for his wood engravings. The Library of Congress includes several examples of these wood engravings in their permanent collection.