Roman Kochanowski

(18561945 ) - Artworks
KOCHANOWSKI Roman Evening Time

Agra-Art /Jun 12, 2011
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Roman Kochanowski - Landscape

Roman Kochanowski - Landscape

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Landscape Roman Kochanowski 28.4 x 22.3 cm crayon, watercolor, gouache Roman Kochanowski (1857 - 1945) Roman Kochanowski was a painter and graphic designer. He was one of the Polish painters that settled in Munich. Kochanowski began his studies in Krakow; first at M. Cercha’’s private workshop, then at the School of Fine Arts (1873 – 1875) under the supervision of W�adys�aw �uszczkiewicz and the landscape painter Henryk Grabi�ski. For the next two years he also studied landscapes at the Vienna Academy. In 1881 he moved to Munich, where he owned his own workshop. He often visited Krakow and the Poznan region, Galicia and Podole, where he created landscapes and urban views which he included in his album Published in Vienna (1898). Kochanowski was a member of the Munich Kunstvereinu, he participated in many exhibitions in Germany, Vienna and in London. The artist also often sent his pieces to Polish exhibitions. Kochanowski mainly painted landscapes and only sometimes portraits and flowers. His favorite motive was Krakow region’’s landscapes with a few people weaved in. Kochanowski’’s work has often been noticed and awarded during exhibitions as well as valued on the art market. In 1892, after an exhibition in Vienna, one of Kochanowski’’s pieces was bought by Cesar Francis Joseph; and two others by members of the Cesar’’s family. An admirer of Kochanowski’’s work was also Karl Joseph Luitpold, Prince Regent of Bavaria.
Roman Kochanowski - Landscape

Roman Kochanowski - Landscape

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Landscape Roman Kochanowski 28.4 x 22.3 cm crayon, watercolor, gouache Roman Kochanowski (1857 - 1945) Roman Kochanowski was a painter and graphic designer. He was one of the Polish painters that settled in Munich. Kochanowski began his studies in Krakow; first at M. Cercha’’s private workshop, then at the School of Fine Arts (1873 – 1875) under the supervision of Władysław Łuszczkiewicz and the landscape painter Henryk Grabiński. For the next two years he also studied landscapes at the Vienna Academy. In 1881 he moved to Munich, where he owned his own workshop. He often visited Krakow and the Poznan region, Galicia and Podole, where he created landscapes and urban views which he included in his album Published in Vienna (1898). Kochanowski was a member of the Munich Kunstvereinu, he participated in many exhibitions in Germany, Vienna and in London. The artist also often sent his pieces to Polish exhibitions. Kochanowski mainly painted landscapes and only sometimes portraits and flowers. His favorite motive was Krakow region’’s landscapes with a few people weaved in. Kochanowski’’s work has often been noticed and awarded during exhibitions as well as valued on the art market. In 1892, after an exhibition in Vienna, one of Kochanowski’’s pieces was bought by Cesar Francis Joseph; and two others by members of the Cesar’’s family. An admirer of Kochanowski’’s work was also Karl Joseph Luitpold, Prince Regent of Bavaria.
Roman Kochanowski - Market Stall

Roman Kochanowski - Market Stall

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Market Stall, c. 1905 Roman Kochanowski 28 x 34.5 cm oil, cardboard signed Roman Kochanowski (1857 - 1945) Roman Kochanowski was a painter and graphic designer. He was one of the Polish painters that settled in Munich. Kochanowski began his studies in Krakow; first at M. Cercha’’s private workshop, then at the School of Fine Arts (1873 – 1875) under the supervision of W³adys³aw £uszczkiewicz and the landscape painter Henryk Grabiñski. For the next two years he also studied landscapes at the Vienna Academy. In 1881 he moved to Munich, where he owned his own workshop. He often visited Krakow and the Poznan region, Galicia and Podole, where he created landscapes and urban views which he included in his album Published in Vienna (1898). Kochanowski was a member of the Munich Kunstvereinu, he participated in many exhibitions in Germany, Vienna and in London. The artist also often sent his pieces to Polish exhibitions. Kochanowski mainly painted landscapes and only sometimes portraits and flowers. His favorite motive was Krakow region’’s landscapes with a few people weaved in. Kochanowski’’s work has often been noticed and awarded during exhibitions as well as valued on the art market. In 1892, after an exhibition in Vienna, one of Kochanowski’’s pieces was bought by Cesar Francis Joseph; and two others by members of the Cesar’’s family. An admirer of Kochanowski’’s work was also Karl Joseph Luitpold, Prince Regent of Bavaria.
Roman Kochanowski - Evening Time

Roman Kochanowski - Evening Time

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Evening Time, ar. 1900 Roman Kochanowski 18 x 13 cm oil, board signed Roman Kochanowski (1857 - 1945) Roman Kochanowski was a painter and graphic designer. He was one ofthe Polish painters that settled in Munich. Kochanowski began hisstudies in Krakow; first at M. Cercha’’s private workshop, then atthe School of Fine Arts (1873 – 1875) under the supervision ofW�adys�aw �uszczkiewicz and the landscape painter Henryk Grabi�ski.For the next two years he also studied landscapes at the ViennaAcademy. In 1881 he moved to Munich, where he owned his ownworkshop. He often visited Krakow and the Poznan region, Galiciaand Podole, where he created landscapes and urban views which heincluded in his album Published in Vienna (1898). Kochanowski was amember of the Munich Kunstvereinu, he participated in manyexhibitions in Germany, Vienna and in London. The artist also oftensent his pieces to Polish exhibitions. Kochanowski mainly paintedlandscapes and only sometimes portraits and flowers. His favoritemotive was Krakow region’’s landscapes with a few people weaved in.Kochanowski’’s work has often been noticed and awarded duringexhibitions as well as valued on the art market. In 1892, after anexhibition in Vienna, one of Kochanowski’’s pieces was bought byCesar Francis Joseph; and two others by members of the Cesar’’sfamily. An admirer of Kochanowski’’s work was also Karl JosephLuitpold, Prince Regent of Bavaria.
Roman Kochanowski - Countryside

Roman Kochanowski - Countryside

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Countryside Roman Kochanowski 25 x 17.3 cm oil, board signed Roman Kochanowski (1857 - 1945) Roman Kochanowski was a painter and graphic designer. He was one ofthe Polish painters that settled in Munich. Kochanowski began hisstudies in Krakow; first at M. Cercha’’s private workshop, then atthe School of Fine Arts (1873 – 1875) under the supervision ofWładysław Łuszczkiewicz and the landscape painter Henryk Grabiński.For the next two years he also studied landscapes at the ViennaAcademy. In 1881 he moved to Munich, where he owned his ownworkshop. He often visited Krakow and the Poznan region, Galiciaand Podole, where he created landscapes and urban views which heincluded in his album Published in Vienna (1898). Kochanowski was amember of the Munich Kunstvereinu, he participated in manyexhibitions in Germany, Vienna and in London. The artist also oftensent his pieces to Polish exhibitions. Kochanowski mainly paintedlandscapes and only sometimes portraits and flowers. His favoritemotive was Krakow region’’s landscapes with a few people weaved in.Kochanowski’’s work has often been noticed and awarded duringexhibitions as well as valued on the art market. In 1892, after anexhibition in Vienna, one of Kochanowski’’s pieces was bought byCesar Francis Joseph; and two others by members of the Cesar’’sfamily. An admirer of Kochanowski’’s work was also Karl JosephLuitpold, Prince Regent of Bavaria.
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