I could find little information about Polish artist Leonard Winterowski (1868-1827). But whatever his artistic background, he certainly had a talent for creating a cozy corner, where one can savor a cup of morning coffee.
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As I wait for a snow storm to transform the world around me, this winter fantasy by Polish artist Ferdynand Ruszczyc (1870-1936) created early in the 20th century still enchants us today.
Both Polish artist Anna Bilinska-Bohdanowicz (1857-1893) and Swedish artist Elizabeth Keyser (1851-1898) have mastered the art of self portraiture, with an emphasis on the tools of their creativity. Each woman was about 30 at the time, both living in the artistic epicenter of Paris where they could further their careers.
Polish landscape artist Michal Gorstkin Wywiorski (1861-1926) expresses the unique colors, light, and atmosphere of autumn with a sensitivity and poetry that touches each one of us.
Polish artists Jozef Chelmonski (1849-1914) and Maksymillan Gierymski (1846-1874) were contemporaries, both known for their love of nature, reflected in their depictions of the different times of the day.
Cloudscapes by two unfamiliar artists (at least to me)—Polish painter Ignacy Jozef Protasewicz (1876-1917) and American Henry Lyman Sayen (1875-1918) who also was an inventor working with x-ray tubes.
Polish artist Leon Jan Wyczolkowski (1852-1936) was a versatile master of art, creating a range of subjects from flowers below to portraits including the art patron above.
Polish artist Edward Okun (1872-1945) is often considered an Art Nouveau artist, apparent in the graceful, curving line of the branches of the autumnal tree.
Click on the painting to enlarge or enhance it. THE ART OF THE IMPOSSIBLE DREAM THE RETURN OF DON QUIXOTE Does each one of us have a dream impossible to attain? Like Don Quixote, pursuing that hopeless cause never to be fulfilled? Jacek Malczewski (1854-1929), considered one of Poland’s greatest artists and […]