Style: Impressionist, Portraits
Background: Anna Bilińska-Bohdanowicz (1857–1893) was a Polish painter, known for her portraits. She was born as Anna Bilińska, the daughter of a Polish doctor in Zlatopol, Ukraine, where she spent her childhood.
Education: She lived with her father in Russia, before studying music and art in Warsaw. She went later to study at the Académie Julian in Paris.
Achievements: She lived in France until 1892, when she married a medical doctor named Bohdanowicz and she took his name (Anna Bilińska-Bohdanowicz).
They returned to Warsaw after their marriage, where she died a year later of heart attack.
Her paintings are known from the reproductions of her portraits of women and often reproduced view of the Unter den Linden in Berlin from 1890.