Tadeusz Ajdukiewicz (1852 – January 9, 1916) was a Polish painter.
The Art of Tadeusz Ajdukiewicz
- Balkan Rider
- Caravan of Camels in the Desert
- Equestrian Portrait of Archduke Albrecht
- Horse Market on the Prairie
- Horseman in a Red Coat
- Horseman on the Steppe
- Horses on Pasture
- Insurgents in the Forest
- Kaiser Franz Joseph I Observing Manuevers
- Meeting in the Wilderness
- Portrait of a Caucasian
- Portrait of Helena Modrzejewska
- Stud of the Forest
- The Road to Bizerte, Tunisia
Tadeusz Ajdukiewicz Biography
He was born in Wieliczka. From 1868 to 1873, he studied under Władysław Luszczkiewicz in the Fine art school of Krakow. Later, he travelled to Vienna and Munich, and studied in Józef Brandt's atelier. In 1877, Ajdukiewicz travelled to Paris and the Near East. In 1882, he lived in Vienna, where he worked for the aristocracy. He painted a portrait of the Prince of Wales in 1883 while staying in London. He travelled to Constantinople in 1884, and was sultan Abdhulhamid II's guest. Subsequently, he worked in Sofia, Saint Petersburg and Bucharest. He joined the Polish Legions in 1914, during World War I, and he died in battle in Kraków on January 9, 1916.
Tadeusz Ajdukiewicz is mainly known for his portraits, such as The portrait of Helena Modrzejewska, and for his paintings of battle scenes. He was also noted for his genre paintings.
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