“My paintings look great because they are the truth, they are fair, there is no narrow-mindness, no mannerism and no bluff.” Olga Boznańska, daughter of a railway engineer and recipient of France’s Legion of Honour without, you might say, ever finishing a painting.

Self-Portrait With Flowers (Circa 1909).
Olga Boznańska in a Krakow studio, with the dog Kwi-Kwi in her arms, in the background is her Portrait of a woman (Portrait of doctor Boczarowa), photographerunknown.
c. 1930/1931, National Digital Archives.
Study Of Two Pairs Of Hands (1886-1890).

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