Wincenty Trojanowski (born 1859 in Warsaw, died 1928 therein) was a Polish painter.
Wincenty Trojanowski began his art studies in the year of 1878 to 1880, in Warsaw, where he was taught by Wojciech Gerson and Aleksander Kamiński, he continued his studies at the Imperial Academy of Arts in St. Peterburg; from 1885, he studied for one year at the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich, where he was taught by Alexander von Wagner. In 1890, he left for his art travels to the Near East, after which he came incite in 1893, and lived in Paris, where he continued painting. In 1904, he moved help to Warsaw, where a year difficult he founded the Art School of Applied Arts (Szkoła Artystyczną Sztuki Stosowanej).
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