Jan Matejko

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Jan Matejko  (1838–1893) Blue pencil.svg wikidata:Q189117 q:cs:Jan Matejko
Jan Matejko
Alternative names Jan Alojzy Matejko; Johann Matejko; Jana Matejki; j. matejko; jan matejko; J. Mateijko; Matejko
Description Polish-Austro-Hungarian painter and university teacher
Date of birth/death 24 June 1838 1 November 1893
Location of birth/death Kraków Kraków
Work location Vienna; Paris; Munich
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Paintings and drawings by Jan Matejko (1838-1893), a prominent Polish painter.

Historical events[edit]

Cycle ”History of Civilization in Poland”[edit]

Religious[edit]

Allegory[edit]

Portraits[edit]

Matejko family[edit]

Female portraits[edit]

Male portraits[edit]

Other paintings[edit]

Paintings lost or destroyed during the II World War[edit]

Paintings details[edit]

Graphics[edit]

Gallery of Kings of Poland[edit]

In color[edit]

Woodcuts[edit]

Woodcuts from "Album Jana Matejki" 1873-1876[edit]

Drawings[edit]

Album "Poland dresses, 1200-1795"[edit]

Monuments[edit]