Upon his return to Warsaw from Paris, Józef Chełmoński submitted for the 1888 exhibition of the Society for the Encouragement of Fine Arts (TZSP) five paintings that substantially differed from his earlier painterly manner. The TZSP committee, however, rejected them all, except for the most conventional one. Chełmoński displayed the rejected works with some other pieces at Aleksander Krywult’s Salon...
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