A SERIES of talks about the exiled artist Albert Lipczinski is being held at the Williamson Art Gallery, in Birkenhead.
The painter arrived in Liverpool in the 1890s, becoming a member of the Bohemian artist set and living in a disused school building on the corner of Roscoe and Back Knight Streets.
But he was incarcerated during World War I and eventually returned to Poland.
There, he carried on painting into his ninth decade.
The talks supplement an exhibition of his work, held at the Williamson until October 2.
Further details are available from the gallery on 0151 652 4177 or at firstname.lastname@example.org