As an excellent observer and multi-skilled artist, Zbigniew Beksinski expressed himself in many media. His artistic path began precisely with photography and matured in 1952-53. Numerous formal experiments, such as looking at the portrait, "drawing with light", long exposure time, great depth of field, reflections, movements and an unusual way of composing the frame over time became the hallmark of his style.
The contemporary print was created under the substantive and technical supervision of the Historical Museum in Sanok in a unique, limited series of 30 copies. The Historical Museum in Sanok, in accordance with the artist's will, became the sole heir to his works and the copyright to them. Each print has two stamps - one dry stamp with the name of the institution and the other wet stamp, with information about the series number and with the signature of the Director of the Historical Museum in Sanok.