Zygmunt Vogel (1764-1826AD) was a Polish artist of German descent, both parents emigrated to Polish Kingdom during the mid-XVIII century, who was active both in the XVIII and XIX centuries.
|Krakowskie Przedmiescie Street |
In these watercolors we see the town of Kock - two different views ( from the collections at the National Arts Museum in Warsaw).
Do note the wagons and men and boys riding pareback.
In this view, there is a Jewish family abroad a wagon returning to the town, with some traveler way ahead, another cart pulled by horses and perhaps farmers and beggars at the fire.
|there are some red, Old Polish cows in this landscape|
in this watercolor the town of Ostrog, during the Ruthenian, Duchy of Lithuanian and Old Poland the town & castle was the seat of the Ostrogski clan.
Krasinski Palace in Warsaw - the south side - as it appeared in the 1790s
A detail of town dwellers and one horseman, from a print showing the old town of Tarnow -
and some Old Poland cattle in this view of the Ujazdow castle.
I will have more Vogle's artwork in the future, the pieces from the Duchyof Warsaw period. as they are very interesting per the army and ulan cavalry etc.