Leon Wyczólkowski (1852-1936), Polish. He is a painter of Polish realism and one of the main exponents of "The Young Poland", artistic movement comparable to the modernism of other countries. His work continues to come up with tremendous interest and is by some thought-about among the foremost outstanding art to be created in Poland at the flip of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Between 1869 and 1875 Wyczółkowski was a student of the Drawing categories of Wojciech Gerson in national capital.
Wyczółkowski was born in Huta Miastowska close to Garwolin. At first, in his creative expertise he geared toward devoting himself to the genre of historical painting with documentary realism within the detail. when his trip to Paris although, he modified his focus and started implementing solutions typical of the French artistic movement. He painted dramatic landscapes with painting and impressionist lighting effects (e.g., "Paddling Fishermen"). For a brief whereas he underwent the influence of Symbolism (e.g., "Fossilized Druid"), and around 1900 darkened his palette. His work is characterised by a richness of type and sophisticated technical means that. due to a relationship with Feliks Manggha Jasieński, he enlarged his interests to incorporate oriental scenes also. Wyczółkowski was a master of flower arrangements and picture. He pictured virtually the complete art world of Kraków.
Wyczółkowski died 1936 in capital of Poland. when the war, on the day of his birthday (11 Apr 1946), the District depository in Bromberg took up his name in recognition of his outstanding achievements. His widow given to the depository several of his paintings, drawings and plenty of private record, as well as studio instrumentation. the gathering, organized into a brand new department, consists of over 700 works of Leon Wyczółkowski. His most representative impressionist paintings is found at the National depository, Kraków and at the National depository, Warsaw.
One of his paintings ٍSpring, where we can see A large open window of a garden, a flowering tree that moves in the wind that enters the room and swells the curtains. The resting place in a living room, made from a comfortable chair and a book, relaxing in front of a landscape, which at that time does not host anyone, but who also lives unless there is someone to enjoy it. A scene without animated figures and instead full of vivacity, made by the wind that takes shape in the objects, the scent of spring is coming and visit the homes bringing together light and life. Spring which manifests itself in a sweet home image made of the silence of the house and the garden noises, heated by the warm light of the afternoon. The book left with the wind moves pages contains a sense of introspection, a kind of promise to other places, far away but with walking, and a dormant thought that, through the window, combines the quiet serenity of the house and the vitality of the world waiting outside. Leon Wyczółkowski, Polish painter of the early twentieth century, he tells us about the silent beauty of things look but not lived together and that little secret aspiration that everyone has at certain times of the day, when you think that you would want a private corner and solitary to get lost or, on the contrary, find each other.