(1834 - 1920)
Julien Boncza-Tomaszewski was active/lived in Poland, Russian Federation. Julien Boncza Tomaszewski is known for painting.
Biography Julien Boncza-Tomaszewski
Born in St. Petersburg in 1834, Julian Boncza Tomaszewski trained at the St. Petersburg Academy
of Art with Feodor Antonov Bruni and was first mentioned in 1856 for
medals received for paintings based on the New Testament. In 1860 he
left for Italy to complete his training and from 1861 until 1877 he
lived in Paris, participating at the yearly Salons.
Tomaszewski considered himself Polish and adopted early on a Latin
signature. Nevertheless, he was patronized by the Russian Imperial
family, and his painting 'The Three Rulers of Russia' was acquired by
the Emperor Alexander III and was part of the Imperial collection in the