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- Author Antoni Jezierski (1859–1939)
- Date of production 1878–1879
- Place of creation Kraków, Poland
- Dimensions height: 58.5 cm, width: 45.5 cm
- Author's designation signed in the right-hand bottom corner: “Antoni Jezierski”
- ID no. R 20
- Availability in stock
- Acquired date 1878–1879, awarded student’s work
- Object copyright Museum of the Academy of Fine Arts in Kraków
- Digital images copyright public domain
- Digitalisation RDW MIC, Virtual Małopolska project
Antoni Jezierski (1859–1939) is one of Jan Matejko’s students. He studied in 1878–1882 at the School of Fine Arts in Kraków and then, after returning from a scholarship in Italy, he enrolled in 1884 at the Composition Section run by Jan Matejko.more
Antoni Jezierski (1859–1939) is one of Jan Matejko’s students. He studied in 1878–1882 at the School of Fine Arts in Kraków and then, after returning from a scholarship in Italy, he enrolled in 1884 at the Composition Section run by Jan Matejko. His mature work was dominated by historical and genre themes. At school, he surrendered to the requirements of academic teaching and the influence of Jan Matejko. The drawing of an antique sculpture cast found in the collection of the Academy of Fine Arts, created before his departure for an Italian scholarship, is accurate and meticulous. A few years later – in 1882 – Jezierski’s work “from antiquity” was noticed and awarded the first prize.
At the School of the Fine Arts in Kraków, the course in drawing casts of antique statues was obligatory for first- and second-year students. In the times of Jan Matejko, efforts were made to enrich the collection of ancient sculpture copies used for didactic purposes, including, which was a novelty at the time, casts of female statues.
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