Józef Simmler

1823-1868 Poland/Classicism

 

Brief Biography-Józef Simmler was born in Warsaw in 1823. He was a portraitist and a painter of historical scenes, and he also painted allegorical and religious works. In Germany, he studied in Dresden and at the Munich Academy, and in 1847 he spent time in Paris. On his return to Warsaw, where he got married, Simmler achieved great success with his portraits of nobility. In 1860, he became a member of the Fine Arts Society. Simmler died of typhus in Warsaw in 1868.

 

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Catherine
Jagiellonka

Catherine Jagiellonka

Jadwiga
Luszczewska

Jadwiga Luszczewska

Farewell of Waclaw
and Maria

Farewell of Waclaw and Maria

Julia
Bokg

Julia Bokg

Julia H
Simmlerowej

Julia Hoegenstallerow Simmlerowej

Kazimierz
Podhorski

Kazimierz Podhorski

Konstanty
Fiszer

Konstanty Fiszer

The Death of
Barbara Radziwill

The Death of Barbara Radziwill

Louis
Mycielski

Louis Mycielski

Nobleman
and Parrot

Nobleman with a Parrot

Oath of Queen
Jadwiga

Oath of Queen Jadwiga

Regina
Friedlein

Regina Friedlein

Girl from a
Roman- Family

Girl from a Romanowskich Family

Maria Rosa
and Rosa

Maria Rosa and Rosa Maria Carolina Kronenberg

Rose
Sobanska

Rose Sobanska

Rudolf
Friedleina

Rudolf Friedleina