Franciszek Żmurko

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Franciszek Żmurko
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Franciszek Żmurko
Born 18 July 1859
Lwów, partitioned Poland
Died 9 October 1910 (aged 51)
Warsaw
Nationality Polish
Education Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow
Known for Realist painting
Home town Warsaw (1882–1910)

Franciszek Żmurko (18 July 1859, Lviv – 9 October 1910, Warsaw) was a Polish realist painter. Żmurko began drawing lessons as a young boy in his hometown with the painter Franciszek Tepa (pl). As an adolescent he relocated to Kraków to study at the Academy of Fine Arts where he took lessons from Professor Jan Matejko. In 1877 Żmurko moved to Vienna, Austria where he was accepted at the Vienna Academy, but left soon thereafter to study under Aleksander Wagner in Munich. Żmurko returned to Kraków in 1880 and then moved to Warsaw in 1882 where he remained until his death in 1910.

Notable works[edit]

  • Zygmunt August i Barbara
  • Zuzanna i starcy, 1879
  • Z rozkazu padyszacha, 1881
  • Nubijczyk, 1884
  • Portret kobiety z wachlarzem, 1884
  • Widzenie Fausta, 1890
  • Kazimierz Wielki i Esterka
  • Portret kobiety z wachlarzem i papierosem, 1891
  • Autoportret z paletą, 1895
  • Portret młodej kobiety, 1896
  • Studium do obrazu "Laudamus feminam", c. 1900
  • Półakt kobiecy, c. 1900
  • Una donna
  • Czarne warkocze, 1907

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