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- Author Seweryn Bieszczad (1852–1923)
- Date of production 1873–1874
- Place of creation School of Fine Arts in Kraków
- Dimensions height: 63 cm, width: 45.5 cm
- Author's designation On the back, an inscription: “Seweryn Bieszczad, year 3, Figure I—school year 1873/4”
- ID no. R 3
- Availability in stock
- Function academic study
- Object copyright Museum of the Academy of Fine Arts in Kraków
- Digital images copyright public domain
- Digitalisation RDW MIC, Virtual Małopolska project
Seweryn Bieszczad studied painting at the School of Fine Arts between 1868 and 1876, under the supervision of Władyslaw Łuszczkiewicz and, subsequently, Jan Matejko. He also studied in Vienna and Munich under the supervision of Sándor Wagner (Ger. Alexander von Wagner) and in Dresden as a scholarship holder of the Vienna Academy.more
Seweryn Bieszczad studied painting at the School of Fine Arts between 1868 and 1876, under the supervision of Władyslaw Łuszczkiewicz and, subsequently, Jan Matejko. He also studied in Vienna and Munich under the supervision of Sándor Wagner (Ger. Alexander von Wagner) and in Dresden as a scholarship holder of the Vienna Academy.
From 1874, he exhibited his works at the Society of Friends of Fine Arts in Kraków, where he received an award from the SoFoFA director for the student drawing titled: Study of a male nude. The prize was only awarded to the best students of the School of Fine Arts. Bieszczad also exhibited at the Society for the Encouragement of Fine Arts in Warsaw, the Krywult Salon and in Lviv, Vienna and Munich.
The artist’s works often depict the landscape and genre scenes happening on it. Bieszczad also took on literary themes, drawing inspiration from, inter alia, the works of Adam Mickiewicz. In 1890, he settled permanently in Krosno, where he was active in the field of culture, creating an amateur theatre club, being part of artistic commissions and working within an artistic association called simply: “Art”.
Elaborated by Magdalena Szymańska PhD (Museum of the Academy of Fine Arts in Kraków),
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