Leon • Wyczółkowski

Not well known abroad, Leon Wyczółkowski (1852-1936)) was one of the leading painters of the Young Poland movement, as well as the principal representative of Polish Realism in art of the period. After his trip to Paris though, he changed his focus and began implementing solutions typical of the French Impressionism. His work is characterized by a richness of form and complex technical means.
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"Fisherman" by Leon Wyczółkowski 1891

"Fisherman" by Leon Wyczółkowski 1891

Leon Wyczółkowski - A Japanese Lady

Leon Wyczółkowski - A Japanese Lady

Leon Wyczółkowski - Kopanie buraków or The Beet Harvest 1903

Leon Wyczółkowski - Kopanie buraków or The Beet Harvest 1903

Leon Wyczolkowski - Still Life with roses 1910 - pastel

Leon Wyczolkowski - Still Life with roses 1910 - pastel

Leon Wyczółkowski - Portrait of Professor. Ludwik Rydygier with assistants . 1897

Leon Wyczółkowski - Portrait of Professor. Ludwik Rydygier with assistants . 1897

Leon Wyczółkowski - Sigismund Chappel 1915

Leon Wyczółkowski - Sigismund Chappel 1915

Leon Wyczółkowski - Portrait of a young lady  1883

Leon Wyczółkowski - Portrait of a young lady 1883

Selfportrait of Leon Wyczółkowski (1902)

Selfportrait of Leon Wyczółkowski (1902)

Leon Wyczolkowski - Flowers in vase

Leon Wyczolkowski - Flowers in vase

Leon Wyczolkowski - Beet harvest

Leon Wyczolkowski - Beet harvest

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