Wladyslaw Czachorski (Polish, 1850-1911), The Letter
W³adys³aw Czachَrski (1850–1911) was a Polish artist. In 1866 Czachorski went to the Warsaw Drawing School and had Rafa³ Hadziewicz as a peer. Then he spent one year at the Dresden Academy and from there went to Munich Academy (1869-1873) some of his classmates were: Hermann Anschütz, Karl von Piloty, and Alexander Wagner. He received Magna Cum Laude(the Grand Silver Medal) from Munich, and proceeded to travel to France, Italy and Poland after his graduation. He held membership to Berlin academy and has also organizer and jurist of international exhibitions even though he had his home in Munich. He was awarded the Bavarian Order of Saint Michael in 1893. He had many art exhibitions in Poland. Some took place in Krakَw, Warsaw, £َdں, and Lwَw. After his death in 1911, a posthumous showing was held at theWarsaw "Zachêta" Society of Fine Arts. Some of Czachorski's noted works were: still lifes, painted portraits, and Shakespearean scenes. Some of these that he painted were: Julliette's Funeral (1873),Hamlet (1873), and, most notably, Hamlet Receiving the Players (1875); widely recognized as his greatest works. "The hallmark of Czachorski's style, however, and the basis of his fame, are his images of beautiful young women in rich interiors, painted with great realism. He has long been regarded a master of rendering fabrics, jewelry and other details to create the atmosphere of luxury and elegance." His paintings can be found in all the more famous and sizable museums of Poland. His works also make appearances in private collections in many countries including: Germany, Poland, England and the United States. They can also be found in foreign museums such as Lwَw, Bremen and the Academia de San Carlos in Mexico City.