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Franciszek Żmurko

1859-1910 Poland/Academicism

 

Brief Biography-Franciszek Żmurko was born in Lviv in 1859, where he learned to draw as a boy. He later went to Krakow and became a disciple of Jan Matejko at the School of Fine Arts. After which, he spent time in Rome and Vienna before studying in Munich under Alexander von Wagner, and he entered the Munich Kunstverein. He gained an esteemed reputation for his female portraiture. Żmurko Eventually settled in Warsaw, where he died in 1910.

 

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Blond Head-

Blond Head-The Artist's Wife


Fausts's Vision

Fausts's Vision

Girl with a Hat

Girl with a Hat


Evening Hymn

Evening Hymn

The
Padishah

On the Orders of the Padishah

Nubian
Man

Nubian Man

The Past of Sinner-
Seven Deadly Sins

The Past of Sinner-Seven Deadly Sins

Self-portrait
as Stanczyk

Self-portrait as Stanczyk

Study for a Picture-
Laudamus Feminam

Study for a Picture-Laudamus Feminam

Susanna and the Elders

Susanna and the Elders

A Boy in
Pages Clothes

 A Boy in Pages Clothes

Una
Donna

Una Donna


Sadness

Sadness

Black
Braids

Black Braids


Pride

Pride

Lady in
a Fur Coat

Lady in a Fur Coat

Woman with a Fan
and a Cigarette

Woman with a Fan and a Cigarette

Woman with
a Fan

Woman with a Fan