Kossak Jerzy

Kossak Jerzy was a painter and a son of the equally outstanding painter Wojciech Kossak. He was born in 1886 in Kraków. He attended the Cadet School. He often collaborated with his father – they painted pictures together and signed them together. He mainly painted battle, historical and hunting scenes. Horses, lancers and women were often manifested on his paintings. Sometimes he painted pictures commissioned by officers’ clubs or military units.

You can see his works  “Bitwa pod Piramidami” and “Portet Jordanowej” at the National Museum in Krakow.

He died in 1955 in Krakow.

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