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- Jacek Malczewski (Polish: [ˈjat͡sɛk malˈt͡ʂɛfskʲi] (listen); 15 July 1854 – 8 October 1929) is one of the most revered painters of Poland, ****ociated with...
- Antoni Malczewski (3 June 1793 – 2 May 1826) was a Polish romantic poet, known for his only work, "a narrative poem of dire pessimism", Maria (1825). At...
- name may refer to: Antoni Malczewski (1793–1826), Polish poet Jacek Malczewski (1854–1929), Polish painter Jakub Malczewski (born 1974), Polish alpine...
- Jakub Malczewski (born 20 December 1974) is a Polish alpine skier. He competed in three events at the 1992 Winter Olympics. Evans, Hilary; Gjerde, Arild;...
- – January 1, 1955) was a Polish baroness and a lifelong muse of Jacek Malczewski, considered Poland's national painter. She served as the live model for...
- (play), a 1935 play by Isaac Babel Maria, a poetic novel (1825) by Antoni Malczewski Maria: or, The Wrongs of Woman, a 1798 unfinished novel by Mary Wollstonecraft...
- Lviv/Lwów (in pastel, never realized in gl****) Jacek Malczewski In the Dust Cloud, 1893 Jacek Malczewski Hamlet polski - Portret of Aleksander Wielopolski...
- Leopardi Lermontov Longfellow Lowell Macedonski Macedo Mácha Magalhães Malczewski Manzoni Maturin Mérimée Mickiewicz Mörike Musset Nalbandian Nerval Njegoš...
- Jacek Malczewski, Portret dziewczynki siedzącej na drabinie, 1922, 97,8 × 69,5 Jacek Malczewski, Mężczyzna na drabinie, 1922 Jacek Malczewski, Portret...
- art, and engaged in a great deal of formal experimentation led by Jacek Malczewski, Stanisław Wyspiański, Józef Mehoffer, and a group of Polish Impressionists...
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