Wojciech Kossak was the son of the famous Polish painter Janusz Kossak and became one of the most important painters of panoramic war and battle scenes. He lived in Berlin from 1895-1902. In 1913 he became a professor at the Art Academy in Warszawa. After World War I he lived for many years in the United States, but eventually returned to Poland. The focus of his work after World War I was on different topics in Polish and general history. His son Jerzy also became a noted painter, while his daughters Maria and Magdalena were well-known writers.
Mixed Painting, Paintings