Information about author
The work is inserted into the original round ribbon frame. In the foreground, one can see a figure of a rider; he is wearing a protective helmet and holding a saber in his hand; there is a big moustache on his face. A rider's brown horse has a white spot on its snout and a lush black tail. Under the rider there is a saddle with a light blue horse blanket. Next to the first rider, one can see another figure; he is dressed in a blue kontusz, behind which a cloak is flying in the wind; on his head there is a fur hat decorated with a feather. Above the head, the rider is holding the sword in the right hand; he is ready to attack. From under the rider, the horse’s croup of light (gray?) color can be seen. The rider is Artur Grottger. There are blurred silhouettes of two horsemen behind him. In the lower part of the work there is a minimalist steppe landscape. The background of the work is light, there are no elements of the scenery.
In the right lower corner of the work there is an author's inscription "Arthur Grottger".