Olga Boznańska (15 April 1865 in Kraków – 26 October 1940 in Paris), was a Polish painter. Daughter of railway engineer Adam Nowina Boznańskiand Eugenia Mondan. Boznańska learned drawing fromJózef Siedlecki and Kazimierz Pochwalski and studied at the Adrian Baraniecki School for Women. From 1886-1890 she studied in private schools of KarlKricheldorf and Wilhelm Dürr in Munich. From then on she devoted herself mostly to portraits, still lifes andoccasionally landscapes. In 1898 she moved to Paris. Hermost famous portrait of a child Girl with Chrysanthemums fascinated her contemporaries by its symbolist atmosphere and psychological insight.Boznańska received the French Legion of Honour in 1912, the Golden Laurel of the PolishAcademy of Academic Literature in 1936 and in 1938 she was awarded the Order of Polonia Restituta.
Olga Boznańska (15 aprilie 1865 in Krakovia – 26 octombrie 1940 in Paris), pictorita poloneza.Fiica inginerului de cai ferate, Adam Nowina Boznański si aEugeniei Mondan, Boznańska a invatat desenul de la Józef Siedlecki si Kazimierz Pochwalski, urmand si cursurileScolii de fete Adrian Baraniecki. Intre 1886-1890 a studiat in scolile particulare ale lui Karl Kricheldorf si Wilhelm Dürr din München. S-a dedicat mai ales portretelor, naturilor statice si mai rar, peisajelor.Cel mai faimos portret, “Fata cu crizanteme” a fascinat pe contemporanii sai prin atmosfera simbolista si patrunderea psihologica. In 1938 a fost premiata cu Ordinul Polonia Restituta.