Paintings reproductions - Józef Peszka

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Józef Peszka (born on 19 February 1767 in Kraków, died on 4 September 1831) is a Polish painter who studied art in Warsaw under the watchful eye of Franciszek Smuglewicz. In his youth he travelled a lot, in 1813 he settled permanently in Cracow and started lecturing at the School of Fine Arts.

He created mainly portraits of national heroes, mythological paintings, he also painted (under the influence of Smuglewicz) several war scenes.

Exceptional is his way of depicting women, which he mostly presented in the mythological convention.

Selected works: Allegoric scene with Napoleon, Three musicians, Portrait of Stanisław Kublicki, Portrait of Franciszek Smuglewicz.

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