Adam Marczyński ( 1908– 1985) was a Polish painter. He died in Kraków. ...more on Wikipedia about "Adam Marczyński"
Aleksander Orłowski ( 1777– 1832) was a Polish painter and sketch maker, pioneer of lithography in the Russian Empire. ...more on Wikipedia about "Aleksander Orłowski"
Alfons Karpiński ( February 20, 1875 in Rozwadów near Tarnobrzeg - June 6, 1961 in Kraków, Poland) was a Polish painter. ...more on Wikipedia about "Alfons Karpiński"
Andre de Krayewski (spelled Andrzej Krajewski in Polish) (b. June 20, 1933) is an artist painter and Polish expatriot currently residing in the Ivy Hill section of Newark, NJ. With a career that spans for nearly half a century, he continues to masterfully create paintings in his art-deco signature style and just recently in pop art style. Andre de Krayewski is best known in his former country, for his famous Polish movie posters. He started his movie poster career in 1965. He has designed, sometimes up to a dozen, movie posters every year up until 1980. In 2005, deKrayewski made a comeback into the Polish poster scene with the polish theater poster for "Valentine's Day". ...more on Wikipedia about "Andre de Krayewski"
(Balthus) Balthazar Klossowski de Rola ( February 29, 1908 in Paris – February 18, 2001) was an esteemed Polish/ French modern artist whose work was ultimately anti-modern. ...more on Wikipedia about "Balthus"
Bolesław Polnar (born 1952 in Opole, Poland) is a Polish graphic artist and painter. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bolesław Polnar"
Bruno Schulz ( July 12, 1892 – November 19, 1942) was a Polish novelist and painter of the Jewish faith, widely considered to be one of the greatest Polish prose stylists of the 20th century. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bruno Schulz" Enjoy www.shortopedia.com.
Cyprian Kamil Norwid ( September 24, 1821– May 23, 1883) was a nationally esteemed Polish poet, as well as being a prominent sculptor, dramatist and painter. Born in the Masovian village of Lasków-Głuchy, near Warsaw, he was generally categorised as a member of the second generation of romanticists. He wrote many poems, including Fortepian Szopena ( Polish "Chopin's Fortepiano") and Bema pamięci żałobny-rapsod ("Bem's Rapsody"). Norwid led a tragic and often poverty-stricken life, filled with increasing health problems, unrecquited love, harsh critical reviews of his work and increasing social isolation. For much of his life, Norwid spent his time abroad, especially in Paris, where he died. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cyprian Norwid"
Daniel Niklaus Chodowiecki, a Polish- German painter, was born in Gdańsk, a Polish city, on October 16, 1726. Daniel Chodowiecki was offered an artistic education with the painter Haid in Augsburg. Soon he was able to earn a living by painting. He was admitted to the Berlin Academy in 1764. He had found his true calling and became the most famous graphic artist of his time. His works include several thousand drawings and paintings. He illustrated nearly all of the great classics. His drawings represent in great detail the life of the burghers during the Zopfstil period, a time between Rococo and the upcoming Classicism. In 1797 Chodowiecki was appointed director of the Academy of Arts in Berlin, where he died on February 7, 1801. He also painted many portraits of Polish gentry and was interested in Huguenot and Polish history as well, creating few paintings on the topic. ...more on Wikipedia about "Daniel Chodowiecki"
Eligiusz Niewiadomski ( 1869 - January 31, 1923), was a Polish modernist painter and art critic, who belonged to the right-wing National Democratic Party in renascent Poland in the early 20th century. He is famous for his assasination of Poland's first President Gabriel Narutowicz in 1922. ...more on Wikipedia about "Eligiusz Niewiadomski"
Elisabeth Wierzbicka (also known as Wela) is a painter and sculptor, born in Kraków in 1964. She studied at the Kraków Academy of Fine Art from 1984- 1989. In 1989 she continued her training at the Ecole Superiore of Fine Art in Paris and started her career as an international artist in several countries. In her Paris studio she paints, draws and makes monumental installations, which borrow ideas from the surface, volume and materials in contemporary painting and sculpture. She works with memory and identity, erasing and dividing time. ...more on Wikipedia about "Elisabeth Wierzbicka Wela"
Eugeniusz Żak ( 15 December 1884 Mogilno, Belarus – 15 January 1926 Paris) was an artist. ...more on Wikipedia about "Eugeniusz Żak"
Felicjan Kowarski ( 1890-- 1948) was a Polish painter and sculptor, known mostly from his monumental wall paintings and plaphonds (eg. plafond in the Hall under the Birds at castle of Wawel). ...more on Wikipedia about "Felicjan Kowarski"
Franciszek Kostrzewski ( Warsaw, Poland, 1826 — 1911, Warsaw) was a Polish painter. ...more on Wikipedia about "Franciszek Kostrzewski" www.shortopedia.com Dreamteam. Polish_painters
Franciszek Smuglewicz ( 1745- 1807) was a Polish draughtsman and painter. Brother of Antoni, he is considered the first Polish historical painter and, to certain extent, a spiritual father of Jan Matejko's school. ...more on Wikipedia about "Franciszek Smuglewicz"
Georg Daniel Schultz the Younger ( 1615 – 1683) was a painter of the Baroque era , the leading artist at the court of the Polish kings in the second half of the 17th century. ...more on Wikipedia about "Georg Daniel Schultz"
Henryk Stażewski ( 1894- 1988) was a Polish painter, considered to be a pioneer of the classical avant-garde of the 1920s and 1930s. He was a foremost representative of the Constructivist movement, as well as the co-creator of the Geometric Abstract art movement. ...more on Wikipedia about "Henryk Stażewski"
Jacek Malczewski (b. in Radom; d. 1929 in Kraków).was one of most famous painters of Polish symbolism. In his creativity he sucessfully joins the predominant style of his times with motifs of Polish martyrdom. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jacek Malczewski"
Jacek Yerka is a Polish artist born in 1952. Yerka's work can be witnessed though Mind Fields, in which Harlan Ellison has provided narration for each of Yerka's selected pieces. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jacek Yerka"
Jack Tworkov ( 1900 – 1982) was an abstract expressionist artist. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jack Tworkov"
Jan Betley ( 1908– 1980) was a Polish painter. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jan Betley"
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Jan Matejko (aka Jan Mateyko; Kraków, Poland, June 24, 1838 – November 1, 1893, Kraków) was a Polish artist famous for paintings of notable Polish political and military events. These include a Battle of Grunwald, numerous court scenes, and a gallery of Polish kings. He is also known for his portrayals of the famous court jester, Stańczyk. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jan Matejko"
Jan Polack (lat. Johannes Polonus) (c. 1435 in Kraków– 1519 in Munich) was a 15th century Polish painter. In 1475 he arrived at Munich together with many Poles assisting in wedding of Jadwiga Jagiellon with George of Bavaria. Since 1485 he was municipal painter of Munich. His art is deeeply influenced by Wit Stwosz. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jan Polack"
Jan Rubczak (b. January 18, 1884 in Stanisławów - May 27, 1942 in Auschwitz) was a Polish painter and graphic artist. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jan Rubczak"
Jan Styka ( April 8, 1858 - April 11, 1925) was a Polish-born painter noted for producing large historical and Christian religion panoramas. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jan Styka"
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