Wanda Ryan-Smolin, art historian and writer, talks about Count Kazimierz Dunin-Markiewicz, the artist painter and playwright, who was the husband of Constance Georgine Markiewicz, Countess Markiewicz, the Irish revolutionary nationalist politician and suffragette.
Wikipedia: Kazimierz Dunin-Markiewicz studied jurisprudence at the university as well as painting at the Polish Academy of the Belle Arts in Kiev, starting in 1892. In 1895 he transferred to the Academy of Arts in Paris. Whilst there, in 1899, he met Constance Gore-Booth (later known as Countess Markiewicz). They married in London in 1900 and their daughter, Maeve, was born the following year. From 1902 the couple lived in Dublin. The largest part of his art collection is held in Dublin, some remain in Poland, in Muzeum Narodowe in Krakow and in private collections. He died in Warsaw, Poland in 1932.