Lviv at the Turn of the Century as Depicted through the Watercolors of Alfred Kamienobrodzki

Discover Lviv (Lemberg / Lwów) at the turn of the 19th-20th century through the watercolors of Alfred Kamienobrodzki (1844-1922), a talented architect and painter. His art beautifully captures the city’s architecture and landscapes, providing a nostalgic glimpse of Lviv’s past.

Some of his watercolors can be found in the Historical Museum of Lviv and the Museum of the History of Religion. Additionally, several watercolors are on display at the Historical Museum of Tarnów, while others remain in possession of the artist’s family.

His watercolors of Lviv data from c. 1888 to the World War I era.

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