He began to study art at Krakow's Academy of Fine Arts in 1936 and continued during the World War II occupation of Poland at the Kunstgewerbeschule (1940-42). He subsequently returned to the Academy, where he completed his coursework in 1945 and received his diploma one year later. His teachers included Ignacy Pienkowski and Pawel Dadlez. Shortly after graduating, he became a teacher himself and held positions at the Krakow Polytechnic Institute (1945-54), the Visual Arts College in Zakopane (1954-69), Poznań's State Higher School of Visual Arts (1962-79), and the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow (1979-81). In 1954 Brzozowski moved to Zakopane, but he would retain close contacts with his Krakow friends associated with Tadeusz Kantor and his Cricot 2 Theatre.
(Author: Malgorzata Kitowska-Lysiak, Art History Institute of the Catholic University of Lublin, Faculty of Art Theory and the History of Artistic Doctrines, December 2001.culture.pl)