Mieczysław Lubelski
30.12.1887 - 29.04.1965
Sculptor, in 1906 he started studying under Xawery Dunikowski in the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw, later on he studied in Berlin. After 1929 he returned to Warsaw. In 1920 he exhibited at the Zachęta Gallery in Warsaw, in the interwar period he was very active and had many exhibitions. During the German occupation of Poland he joined the Armia Krajowa - Home Army resistance movement and took part in the Warsaw Uprising. After the war he settled and worked in England. He is the author of many sculptures for public buildings and churches.
The works he designed for the city of Warsaw included: (around 1924) panoply, stone knight's armorials and lions decorating the Ministry of Army Affairs (Defence) at Nowowiejska Street, bas-reliefs in the National Theatre's foyer, in the buildings of the Ministry of Justice and the PKO Bank at Sienkiewicza Street. In 1925, he created a bas-relief over the portal of the State Institute of Hygiene and decorative folk sculptures at the Raczyński Palace and the Sappers' Monument (1932). During the II World War almost all of his works were destroyed.


Agnieszka Osiecka
19.10.1936- 7.03.1997
She was a poet, writer, author of theatre and television screenplays, film director and journalist. Most famous ambassador of Warsaw's Saska Kępa district. She lived in the house at Jakubowska Street for a short time, after she?d returned from Zakopane.
Elżbieta and Emil Cieślar
Sculptors, authors of artistic actions, creators of installations and other forms of ephemeral art, political and artistic activists. They finished the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw in prof. Jerzy Jarnuszkiewicz's class. Between 1973-1978 they ran the Repassage gallery in Warsaw. In 1978 they left Poland and settled in France. Since the autumn of 2009 they've lived in Die, where they've continued their pedagogical and artistic work within the "Art et Montagne" Association, established by them in 1993.

Elżbieta and Emil Cieślar
Sculptors, authors of artistic actions, creators of installations and other forms of ephemeral art, political and artistic activists. They finished the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw in prof. Jerzy Jarnuszkiewicz?s class. Between 1973-1978 they ran the Repassage gallery in Warsaw. In 1978 they left Poland and settled in France. Since the autumn of 2009 they?ve lived in Die, where they?ve continued their pedagogical and artistic work within the ?Art et Montagne? Association, established by them in 1993. 


Wiktor Gutt
Born in 1949 in Warsaw, he studied at the Faculty of Sculpture in prof. Jerzy Jarnuszkiewicz's class at Warsaw's Academy of Fine Arts, and at the Composition of Planes and Solids Studio, under prof. Oskar Hansen. Between 1981-1984, together with Grzegorz Kowalski he would give, initiated by the latter, a series of original classes Common area, private area. Since 1980 he has worked at the Faculty of Industrial Design in the Sculpture Studio of the Department of Painting, Sculpture and Drawing at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw; since 2004 he has led an autonomous studio there. He?s been also one of the lecturers at the new, established in 2010, Department of Fashion.


Barbara Turkiewicz-Gutt
She graduated at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw, in prof. Jerzy Jarnuszkiewicz's Sculpture Studio. She deals with functional ceramics - in making short series of bowls, cake stands and plates, she experiments with glaze, colour and texture. In her studio located in the house at Jakubowska Street, for many years now she has run workshops for children and teenagers, and has organized a December's annual sale.