Franciszek Bieliński was a Grand Marshal of the Crown in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth and a strong proponent of the expansion and the modernisation of the city of Warsaw in the 18th century during rococo period
Portrait of Franciszek Bieliński, Grand Marshal of the Crown, holding the insignium of his power in the parliament - the Marshal's cane by Anonymous, ca. 1742 (PD-art/old), Muzeum Zamoyskich w Kozłówce
Map of the City of Warsaw by Pierre Ricaud de Tirregaille, 1762 (PD-art/old), Biblioteka Narodowa, sponsored by Franciszek Bieliński, a strong proponent of the expansion and the modernisation of the city, his sumptuous rococo palace was depicted in upper right corner
Portrait of Teresa Łubieńska née Bielińska by Ádám Mányoki, (PD-art/old), Muzeum Łazienki Królewskie (MLK), from the collection of Stanislaus Augustus, Teresa was a younger sister of Franciszek Bieliński
Trumeau of the study in the Bieliński Palace in Warsaw by Pierre Chenu after Juste Aurèle Meissonnier, ca. 1742-1748 (PD-art/old), Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum, Meissonnier created the interior with painted panels representing Zephyr and Flora and Venus and Adonis, pier-glasses and a painted ceiling decorated with the chariot of the Sun, Muses and groups of emblematic of the Arts and Sciences in 1734 for Franciszek Bieliński
Large-scale drawing of a corner angle of Count Bielinski's Cabinet showing a window at left and a full-view painting of Zephyr and Flore at right. The painted shows a winged Zephyr holding the chin of Flore, surrounded with putti and garlands of flowers.