Tadeusz Styka (born April 12, 1889 in Kielce, died September 11, 1954 in New York) - Polish portrait painter, son of Jan Styka, brother of Adam Styka. He took his first drawing lessons from his father, then studied in Paris. He is mainly known for portraits of famous figures of the first half of the 20th century (including Pola Negri, Ignacy Paderewski, Enric Carus). He also painted genre, religious and symbolic scenes, nudes and animals (especially lions). He often collaborated with Brother Adam and was awarded the French Legion of Honor. He died in New York and is buried next to his father at Forest Lawn Cemetery in Los Angeles.