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Edward Okun (1872-1945) | Symbolist / Art Nouveau painter

Edward Okuń was a Polish🎨 Art Nouveau painter🎨 and freemason. He painted landscapes, portraits, designed covers and llustrated magazines, including the German magazine "Jugend".
  • Biography
Okuń was born in 1872 to a noble family and was orphaned early. He grew up with his grandparents on the maternal side.
After inheriting a large fortune, he soon began drawing lessons with great painters. In 1891 he studied at the Warsaw School of Drawing. From 1891-1893 he studied under the direction of Isidore Jablonski and Jan Matejko at the Jan Matejko Academy of Fine Arts.
He continued his studies in Munich and Paris.

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Karl Witkowski (Polish/American painter, 1860-1910)

Karol (Karl) Dominik Witkowski was a Polish🎨-American🎨 portraitist and genre painter🎨, better known in the USA as Karl Witkowski. He painted scenes of contemporary daily life in America.
Karol Dominik Witkowski was born to a Polish family in Jazłowiec (Jaslowiec), near Buchach, Czortków (Podole, Poland, now Ukraine).
As young boy he showed unusual talent in making drawings and his parents sent him to school in Chortkiv (12 miles from Yazlovets).

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Simon Glücklich (German painter, 1863-1943)

Simon Glücklich was born in Bielitz, Germany (now Poland) in 1863.
Son of decorator painter Leo Glücklich, Simon Glücklich attended high school in Bielitz and then studied at the Vienna Art Academy from 1880-1890 and from 1885-1890 with the genre and landscape painter Leopold Carl Müller (1834-1892).

In October 1890 he moved to Munich, where he remained in Munich until the end of his life
Prior to his relocating to Munich in 1890, he went on a study trip to Italy.
In 1905 Glücklich received the golden medal🎨 of the international art exhibition in Munich.
Works by Simon Glücklich are in the collections of important German museums.

Simon Glücklich (27 marzo 1863, Bielsko-Biała, Polonia - 29 marzo 1943 a Monaco di Baviera, Germania) - pittore Tedesco🎨 a cavallo tra l'Otto ed il Novecento.
È nato a Bielsko (oggi Bielsko-Biała) nella Slesia austriaca, figlio del pittore decoratore Leo Glücklich.
Negli anni 1880-1890 studiò all'Accademia di Belle Arti di Vienna, sotto la direzione di Leopold Carl Müller (1834-1892).
Fino al 1917 viveva a Vienna, poi si stabilì a Monaco.
Due lunghi viaggi furono importanti per il suo lavoro: nel 1890 nel nord Italia e nel 1920 nel Baltico.
Inizialmente, si dedica principalmente alla pittura di genere, successivamente si occupa di spettacoli paesaggistici, nature morte e scene mitologiche.
Molte delle sue opere della fine del secolo appartengono all'allora popolare tendenza liberty di presentare il mondo, secondo la quale uomo e natura sono una felice unità.
Nel 1905 ricevette la medaglia d'oro dell'Esposizione Internazionale d'Arte di Monaco.
Oggi i dipinti di Glücklich sono presenti in numerosi musei tedeschi, tra cui nella Nuova Pinacoteca di Monaco e nella Kunsthalle di Amburgo.

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Tytus Brzozowski

Tytus Brzozowski - architect and watercolorist. He graduated from the Faculty of Architecture of the Warsaw University of Technology.
He also studied and worked in Finland where he was searching for severe Nordic art and design.
Tytus Brzozowski presents the city of his dreams - full of decorative buildings, narrow streets and soaring towers.
Using the elements of architecture and landscape that are characteristic for Warsaw, he creates new worlds that, despite its fairy character, are still local.

He looks for stratifications of history, collates buildings from different places and times.
In the paintings of Tytus Brzozowski one can find intriguing, surreal elements, hidden threads and events.

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Moise Kisling (1891-1953)

Moïse Kisling was a Polish🎨-born French painter🎨.
He moved to Paris in 1910 at the age of 19, and became a French citizen in 1915, after serving and being wounded with the French Foreign Legion in World War I.
He emigrated to the United States in 1940, after the fall of France, and returned there in 1946.
Moïse Kisling died in Sanary-sur-Mer, Var, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, France on April 29, 1953.
A residential street in the town is named after him.

Amedeo Modigliani🎨 | Portrait of Moïse Kisling