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Leon Wyczółkowski

1852-1936 Poland/Graphic artist/Impressionism

 

Brief Biography-Leon Wyczółkowski was born in Huta Miastkowska in 1852. He studied at the Krakow School of Fine Arts under Jan Matejko and later became a professor at the Warsaw School of Fine Arts. He co-founded the Sztuka, or Society of Polish Artists, with Jan Stanisławski, Jacek Malczewski and other artists. Wyczółkowski was a graphic artist, and he painted a variety of subjects from still-lifes to genre scenes, producing an abundant output of works. In Paris in 1889, he swayed towards impressionism and concentrated on the light within landscapes. He released his paintings in a series of prints between 1906 and 1916.

 

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A Young Woman

A Young Woman in the Studio

Alina

Alina

Erazm Baracz

Erazm Baracz

Anemones

Anemones

Head of Christ

Head of Christ

Fisherman Carrying-

Fisherman Carrying the Crayfish

Knight of Flowers

Knight of Flowers

Fisherman

Fisherman

I Saw Once

I Saw Once

Merry Youths

Merry Youths

Irena Solska

Irena Solska

Orc in Ukraine

Orc in Ukraine

Reclining

Reclining

Konstanty Laszczka

Konstanty Laszczka

Picture One of Many

Picture One of Many

Louis Rydygier

Louis Rydygier

Juliusz Kossak

Juliusz Kossak

Tatry

Tatry

Karol Estreicher

Karol Estreicher

Veil

Veil

Wading Fishermen

Wading Fishermen

Portrait of a Saint

Portrait of a Saint

Spring in Goscieradz

Spring in Goscieradz

Self-portrait

Self-portrait in Chinese Gown

Sophia Cybulska

Sophia Cybulska

Self-portrait

Self-portrait