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Blak, Halina [Editor]; Malkiewicz, Barbara [Editor]; Wojtalowa, Elżbieta [Editor]; Król, Anna [Editor]; Muzeum Narodowe <Krakau> [Editor]; Gołubiew, Zofia [Editor]; Krzysztofowicz-Kozakowska, Stefania [Editor]; Muzeum Narodowe w Krakowie [Editor]
Modern Polish painting: the catalogue of collections (Band 1): Polish painting of the 19th century — Cracow, 2001

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ABRAMOWICZ

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Bronislaw ABRAMOWICZ BfB
Born at Zaluchow near Kowel in Volhynia in 1837 — Died in Cracow in 1912
In the years 1857-1861 he studied in the School of Fine Arts in Warsaw. Following the
January Uprising, in which he participated actively as General Langiewicz's aide-de-camp,
he continued his studies in Munich and then, in the years 1870-1874 (from 1872 under
Eduard Engerth), at the Viennese Academy, from where he graduated with honours. He
settled down in Cracow.
He painted historical, religious and genre compositions, as well as portraits. He utilized the
oil-paint and water-colour techniques.

1.
Portrait of a Man in a Cap, [before 1870]
Oil on canvas, 38.1 x 33.1
Unsigned
Inv. no MNK II-a-574 (88 407)
Unknown provenance


2.
Portrait of Jan Kochanowski, 1872
Oil on canvas, 118.5 x 96
Signed and dated bottom right: 1872 IB.
Abramowicz
Inv. no MNK M-a-850 (155 220)
Gift of Roman Jordan, 1948
Jan Kochanowski — a son of Adam Piotr,
the lord of Szerzyn, and Zofia Uniatycka; he
married Ludwika Jordanowna in 1858.
 
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