Renaissance Poland

Renaissance art of Poland (Kingdom of Poland) from the beginning of the 16th century till 1569
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Obverse of the gothic-renaissance reliquary of Saints Fidelis and Favronius with engraved Veraicon by Anonymous after Hans Süß von Kulmbach, ca. 1520, Bazylika Mariacka w Krakowie, founded by Hans Boner for Saint Mary's Church in Kraków

Obverse of the gothic-renaissance reliquary of Saints Fidelis and Favronius with engraved Veraicon by Anonymous after Hans Süß von Kulmbach, ca. Bazylika Mariacka w Krakowie, founded by Hans Boner for Saint Mary's Church in Kraków

Knight's field armour for horse and rider by Anonymous from Poland or Germany, first half of the 16th century, Muzeum Wojska Polskiego

Knight's field armour for horse and rider by Anonymous from Poland or Germany, first half of the century, Muzeum Wojska Polskiego

Adoration of the Magi with a donor from Odrowąż family by Master of 1518, 1520s, Muzeum Narodowe w Warszawie (MNW)

koredzas: “Master of 1518 - The Adoration of the Magi.

Epitaph of Andrzej Szamotulski (d. 1511), voivode of Poznań by Hermann Vischer the Younger, 1505, Bazylika pw. Matki Bożej Pocieszenia i Świętego Stanisława Biskupa w Szamotułach

Epitaph of Andrzej Szamotulski (d. 1511), voivode of Poznań by Hermann Vischer the Younger, 1505, Bazylika pw. Matki Bożej Pocieszenia i Świętego Stanisława Biskupa w Szamotułach

Renaissance orphrey with God the Father by Anonymous from Poland or Vienna, first quarter of the 16th century, Skarbiec Paulinów na Jasnej Górze

Renaissance orphrey with God the Father by Anonymous from Poland or Vienna, first quarter of the century, Skarbiec Paulinów na Jasnej Górze

Title page of Maciej Miechowita's "Chronica Polonorum" with Saint Stanislaus and battle of the Polish army with the Turks by Hieronymus Vietor, 1521, Biblioteka Narodowa

Title page of Maciej Miechowita's "Chronica Polonorum" with Saint Stanislaus and battle of the Polish army with the Turks by Hieronymus Vietor, Biblioteka Narodowa

Torquetum of Marcin Bylica by Hans Dorn in Buda, 1480, Muzeum Uniwersytetu Jagiellońskiego (MUJ)

Torquetum of Marcin Bylica by Hans Dorn in Buda, 1480, Muzeum Uniwersytetu Jagiellońskiego (MUJ)

Globe of sky of Marcin Bylica by Hans Dorn in Buda, 1480, Muzeum Uniwersytetu Jagiellońskiego (MUJ)

Globe of sky of Marcin Bylica by Hans Dorn in Buda, Muzeum Uniwersytetu Jagiellońskiego (MUJ)

A leaf from the Catalogue of the Archbishops of Gniezno by Stanisław Samostrzelnik, 1530-1535 (PD-art/old), Biblioteka Narodowa, commissioned by Bishop Piotr Tomick

XIV - the beginning. Lux et al Oriente - Oriente Lux ex. Poland and the Holy See - years of history - Gdzieco.

Medal of Stanisław Ostroróg (1519-1568) by Matthes Gebel, 1542, The State Hermitage Museum

Medal of Stanisław Ostroróg by Matthes Gebel, The State Hermitage Museum

Mitre of bishop Krzysztof Andrzej Szembek adorned with jewels fom mitre of bishop Samuel Maciejowski by Anonymous from Poland, 1713-1719 and Anonymous from Venice, 14th century (jewels), Skarbiec Archikatedry Lubelskiej

Mitre of bishop Krzysztof Andrzej Szembek adorned with jewels fom mitre of bishop Samuel Maciejowski by Anonymous from Poland, and Anonymous from Venice, century (jewels), Skarbiec Archikatedry Lubelskiej

Casuble with a pomegranate motif by Anonymous from Italy or Spain (fabric) and Poland, second half of the 16th century (PD-art/old), Skarbiec Archikatedry Lubelskiej

Casuble with a pomegranate motif by Anonymous from Italy or Spain (fabric) and Poland, second half of the century (PD-art/old), Skarbiec Archikatedry Lubelskiej

Copper medal with bust of Krzysztof Szydłowiecki, Great Chancellor of the Crown by Hans Schwarz, 1526, The State Hermitage Museum

Copper medal with bust of Krzysztof Szydłowiecki, Great Chancellor of the Crown by Hans Schwarz, The State Hermitage Museum

Fragment of bronze tomb sculpture of Piotr Kmita of Wiśnicz by Peter Vischer the Elder, ca. 1505, Katedra na Wawelu

Fragment of bronze tomb sculpture of Piotr Kmita of Wiśnicz by Peter Vischer the Elder, ca. Katedra na Wawelu

Renaissance chasuble from Żywiec by Anonymous from Lesser Poland and Italy, first quarter of the 16th century (PD-art/old), Muzeum Katedralne na Wawelu

Renaissance chasuble from Żywiec by Anonymous from Lesser Poland and Italy, first quarter of the century (PD-art/old), Muzeum Katedralne na Wawelu

Fragment of altar predella with the Veil of Veronica by Anonymous from Lesser Poland, first half of the 16th century (PD-art/old), Muzeum Archidiecezji Warszawskiej (MAW)

Fragment of altar predella with the Veil of Veronica by Anonymous from Lesser Poland, first half of the century (PD-art/old), Muzeum Archidiecezji Warszawskiej (MAW)

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