Emil Krupa-Krupinsky (Krupinski) (1872- 1924) German portrait painter, genre painter and graphic artist.
Krupa-Krupinski studied at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf under Eduard von Gebhardt and Fritz Roeber. Eugen struggle influenced him. Krupa-Krupinski was a member of the Artists' Union "Düsseldorfer Malkasten" and later co-founded the Bonner Kunstverein.
His most famous image is the "Loreley" (1899), which has been widely reproduced in print. It is now in the City Museum Trier. His paintings were often published as postcards. He was also active as a commercial artist.
During World War II he served in Lauenburg Rifle Battalion No.9. He painted for this position from the territory of the Rehfelsens on Hartmannsweilerkopf - a memory image that was later hung in Ratzeburg officers' mess. During the war he also provided documentation for war propaganda postcards.
His son August (according to other sources Alfons) also studied at the Düsseldorf Art Academy, however, rejected the painting and devoted himself to photography.