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Portrait of his Daughter Beata with a Canary Revival of Lazarus Self-Portrait Battle of Grunwald Chmielnicki
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680 words Matejko as an avid collector of costumes, clothing, fabrics, armor, and historical artifacts.
20 paintings flag   A gallery of paintings and biographical details (170 words).
157 paintings flag   A gallery of paintings with links to biography (289 words) and bibliographical pages (12 books).
18 paintings A gallery of paintings by Matejko.
1,020 words Grove Dictionary entry for Matejko
1 painting A painting and commentary on his artistic posture (511 words).
4 paintings
2,040 words
Biographical essay focusing on his painting program
1 painting flag   Matejko's painting "Stefan Batory pod Pskowem"
12 paintings flag   A gallery of paintings and biographical details (226 words).
285 words Description of Matejko's house in Krakow, now a museum
61 paintings flag  Gallery of paintings and biographical sketch (205 words)
47 paintings flag  Gallery of paintings and 44 drawings of Polish monarchs
12 visuals
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An analysis of the title painting in the context of history and as a both artistic and political statement
11 paintings Click on the forward arrow to view all of the paintings by Matejko
1 paintings Incipient article about the artist
7 paintings flag   Page has links to Wikipedia pages for six specific Matejko canvases
885 words A short biography by Prof. Roman Solecki
General sources and locations of paintings at top: from the left
    "Portrait of his Daughter Beata with a Canary", c. 1882, National Museum, Warsaw
    "Revival of Lazarus", c. 1867
    "Self-Portrait", c. 1892, National Museum, Warsaw
    "Battle of Grunwald", c. 1874, National Museum, Warsaw
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