Wojciech Weiss (4 May 1875 – 7 December 1950) was a prominent Polish painter and draughtsman of the Young Poland movement.
Weiss was born in Bukovina to a Polish family in exile of Stanisław Weiss and Maria Kopaczyńska. He gave stirring music training to testing art at the Academy of Fine Arts in Kraków below Leon Wyczółkowski. Weiss originally painted historical or mythological paintings, but well ahead switched to Expressionism after creature profoundly influenced by Stanisław Przybyszewski. Weiss far along became a enthusiast of the Vienna Secession. He was one of the first Polish Art Nouveau commercial designers. Near the decrease of his life, he made several significant contributions to paintings of the Socialist veracity in Poland.
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