Apoloniusz Kedzierski (Poland, 1861 – 1939) Winter landscape painting. Watercolor/Mixed Media on paper. Signed lower left. Kedzierski was one of the most popular Warsaw artists. The student of J?zef Brandt in Oronsko, Wojciech Gerson and Aleksander Kaminski in the Warsaw Drawing Class, in the years 1886-1889 was still studying at the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich with Nikolaus Gysis. After studying, he permanently settled in Warsaw, from where he often went to painting plein airs. In 1902 he traveled to Belgium, France, Italy, Vienna and Budapest. He was a member of the Society. Polish Artists ‘Art’. He painted landscapes and genre paintings, still lifes and girls ‘heads’. His painting was subject to stylistic changes – from realism to secession. He took great interest in illustrating, performing, among others, illustrations to Chlopcy Reymonta (published by Geberthner and Wolf in 1928). He also collaborated with many Warsaw magazines.
Sight size: 6.5 x 9.5 in.
Overall Size: 10 x 13.5 in.
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