Hipolit Lipinski
(Nowy Targ August 14, 1846 - June 27, 1884 Cracow)

Hypolit Lipinski studied under Luszczkiewicz (1828–1900) at the Cracow Academy, and later at the Munich Academy, before becoming a pupil of Jan Matejko (1838–1893). He painted predominantly genre scenes and scenes of contemporary folk life. His works are exhibited in museums including the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna and the National Museums in Cracow and Breslau.

Gypsy with a Bear in a Small Town Farmer with Pipe Polish Rural Folk - Girl in Sunday Dress

"Gypsy with a Bear in a Small Town", sketch, c. 1876, oil on canvas, 30 x 52 cm, National Museum, Kielce
"Farmer with Pipe", oil on cardboard, 27 x 21 cm, private collection
"Polish Rural Folk - Girl in Sunday Dress", oil on cardboard, 27 x 21 cm, private collection

Back Home after Harvest Story About Insurrection  

"Back Home after Harvest", 1872, oil on canvas, National Museum, Kielce
"The Story About Insurrection", 1882, oil on canvas, 141 x 88.5 cm, private collection


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