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Bronze age spiral arm bracelet with spiral ended terminals found in Jasice near Opatów, Trzciniec culture, 1300-1100 BC, District Museum in Sandomierz (Sandomierz Castle). © Marcin Latka #archaeological #artinpl #poland #bronzeage #ornamented #engraved #lines
(1-2) Copy of bronze pectoral/collar with small bell from Mrowino in western Poland, Lusatian culture, late Bronze Age and early Iron Age (1300 BC - 500 BC), State Archaeological Museum in Warsaw. (3) Bronze pectoral/collar from Poland (excavation place unknown), Lusatian culture, State Archaeological Museum in Warsaw. © Marcin Latka #copy #bronze #pectoral #collar #poland #lusatianculture #bronzeage #ironage #warsaw #poznan #artinpl #rings #poznan #ornamented #engraved #lines #artinpl #rings
Silver hoard from Lublin-Czechów by Anonymous (Abbasid Caliphate), 711- 883, Lublin Museum. The hoard, comprising 214 silver Arab coins (so-called dirhams) issued between 711/712 and 882/883 AD, a bar of silver, a silver bead and an earring, was discovered in 1945 by a farmer Stanisław Woliński. ¼ of the original treasure was sold by Mr. Patt after 1948. #silverhoard #hoard #czechow #poland #artinpl #lublin #arabcoins #dirhams #abbasidcaliphate

Archaic Poland

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(1-2) Portrait of a young man (?) in a fur coat by Raphael, 1513-1514, Czartoryski Museum in Cracow, lost during World War II. The painting was acquired by Adam Jerzy Czartoryski in Venice in 1800 or 1801 from the Giustiniani collection, (3-4) Detail of the School of Athens by Raphael, 1509-1511, Raphael Rooms, Vatican Museums. The same youth was most probably depicted as Alexandrine female mathematician Hypatia. #intersex #artinpl #16thcentury #renaissance #hermaphroditus #male #female #woman
A Black Woman by Anna Bilińska-Bohdanowiczowa, 1884, National Museum in Warsaw. Black Mona Lisa of Warsaw, created by Bilińska in Paris in 1884, is shown exposing the left breast, wearing a gold necklace, gold hoop earrings and holding a Japanese fan. She is depicted in extremely seductive colors, with thick and sensual lips. © Marcin Latka #19thcentury #19thcenturyart #19thcenturypainting #artinpl #academicart #academicism #academism
Heracles and Antaeus by Hans Baldung, 1530, National Museum in Warsaw. Displayed during 2010 temporary exhibition of homoerotic art "Ars Homo Erotica" in the National Museum in Warsaw. #nationalmuseuminwarsaw #artinpl #detail #heracles #antaeus #hercules #hansbaldung #wrestling #nude #male #homoeroticism #homoerotic #renaissance

Ars Homo Erotica

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Cross of the Order of the White Eagle from the ruby set by Johann August Jordan in Dresden, 1744, Green Vault. Jordan remodelled the strict form of the heraldic jewel created by Johann Melchior Dinglinger after 1710, the design of which largely corresponded to that of the sapphire set, adding 16 rubies and 480 brilliant-cut diamonds. © Marcin Latka #18thcentury #rubies #artinpl #18thcenturyjewellery #18thcenturyjewelry #1740sfashion #1740s #polisheagle #whiteeagle
King's Chinese Room in the Wilanów Palace in Warsaw is adorned with aventurine lacquer-work panels in chinoiserie style created by Martin Schnell between 1730-1733 for the elected monarch of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, Augustus II the Strong. #chineseroom #aventurine #lacquer #chinoiserie #martinschnell #augustusthestrong #wilanowpalace #warsaw #baroquepanels
Allegory of Astrology in the Saxon Garden in Warsaw, was created by workshop of Jan Jerzy Plersch between 1745 and 1755. It was one of 70 sculptures decorating the garden of Augustus III's large palace in Warsaw out of which only 21 preserved. © Marcin Latka #allegory #astrology #saxongarden #warsaw #janjerzyplersch #sculpture #augustusiii #rococosculpture #palaceinwarsaw #sandstone #astronomy

Augustus II and Augustus III

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Portrait of Anna Jagiellon (1523-1596), elected co-ruler of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, 1570s, Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna. The portrait bears a strong resemblance to the miniature of Anna from about 1553. Also the gold cross pendant set with diamonds, visible on the portrait, is very similar to the one depicted on the print in the Hermitage Museum showing Anna. Identification of the sitter by Marcin Latka (Artinpl), 24.01.2022. #16thcentury
Silver-gilt funeral crown of Anna Jagiellon and funeral crown and sceptre of her husband Stephen Báthory and by Anonymous from Poland, 1596 and 1586, Cathedral Museum at Wawel Hill in Kraków. © Marcin Latka #royalcrown #funeral #wawel #artinpl #stephenbathory #annajagiellon #1580s #1590s #queenofpoland
Allegorical portrait of Anna Jagiellon (1523-1596), elected co-ruler of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth by Francesco Montemezzano, 1575-1585, Czartoryski Museum in Kraków. Identification of the sitter by Marcin Latka (Artinpl), 26.02.2022. #painting #16thcentury

Anna and Stephen Báthory

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Marble tomb monument of Bishop Andrzej Trzebicki by Anonymous, 1695-1696, Jesuit Church in Kraków. © Marcin Latka #17thcentury #artinpl #1690s #baroque #sculls #mementomori #blackmarble #whitemarble
Garden facade of the Krasiński Palace (Commonwealth's Palace) in Warsaw, created between 1677 and 1683 for the Voivode of Płock, Jan Dobrogost Krasiński by Tylman Gamerski with sculptural work by Andreas Schlüter. © Marcin Latka #garden #facade #krasinskipalace #warsaw #tylmangamerski #artinpl #sculptural #andreasschluter #baroque #palace
(1) Portrait of Lithuanian Field Hetman Wincenty Korwin Gosiewski by workshop of Daniel Schultz, ca. 1650, Palace on the Water in Warsaw. (2) Kalkan shield, most probably of Wincenty Korwin Gosiewski by Anonymous from Turkey, before 1650, Czartoryski Museum in Kraków. Most probably inherited by the Czartoryski family through the widow of Hetman, Magdalena Konopacka, who married in May 1668 Jan Karol Czartoryski, chamberlain of Kraków. #lithuania #hetman #shield #artinpl #warsaw #turkey #krakow

Baroque magnates

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Gilded bronze bust of King Sigismund III Vasa, elected monarch of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth and hereditary king of Sweden, mid-1610s to 1631. Hypothetical reconstruction by Marcin Latka ©. All rights reserved. #gilded #bronzebust #kingofpoland #artinpl #sigismundiiivasa #manneristsculpture #1610sfashion #polishlithuaniancommonwealth #17thcenturysculpture #ruff
Bronze cartouche with coat of arms of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth without the Vasa emblem (missing) from the Wawel Castle by Anonymous from Poland, 1604, Czartoryski Museum. One of the cartouches from the overdoor in the northern wing of the castle leading to the Senators' Staircase. © Marcin Latka #baroquesculpture #17thcenturysculpture #artinpl #bronze #cartouche #coatofarms #polishlithuaniancommonwealth #vasa #wawelcastle #poland #1604 #czartoryskimuseum #krakow
Gilded bronze bust of Queen Constance of Austria, second wife of Sigismund III Vasa, elected monarch of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth and hereditary king of Sweden and sister of emperor Ferdinand II and cousin of Philip III of Spain, mid-1610s to 1631. Hypothetical reconstruction by Marcin Latka ©. All rights reserved. #gilded #bronzebust #queenofpoland #artinpl #constanceofaustria #manneristsculpture #1610sfashion #polishlithuaniancommonwealth #17thcenturysculpture #ruff

Bronze busts of Sigismund III Vasa and Constance of Austria

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Coffin portrait of T. S. (Tomasz Stanisław?) Jankowski by Anonymous from Masovia, ca. 1712, Museum in Łowicz. Inscription: T . - S . / IANKOWSKI - OBÝT DIE 7mo / AUGUSTI – ANNO D . 1712 / AETATIS - SVAE 57ño (T. S. Jankowski, died on August 7, 1712, at the age of 57 [years]). © Marcin Latka #18thcentury #artinpl #polishcostume #tinplate #fur #1710s
Coffin portrait of Andrzej Mogilnicki, called Bączek (Little bittern), a townsman of Łowicz by Anonymous from Masovia, ca. 1674, Museum in Łowicz. Inscription: Andrzej - Mogilnicki / żył - lat 70 / zmarł - 1674 (Andrzej - Mogilnicki / lived - 70 / died - 1674), from the Holy Spirit Church in Łowicz. © Marcin Latka #17thcentury #artinpl #polishcostume #tinplate #1670s
(1-3) Coffin portrait of Jakub Wejher (1609-1657), Voivode of Malbork by circle of Daniel Schultz, ca. 1657, Franciscan Monastery in Wejherowo © Marcin Latka, (4) Town square in Wejherowo, detail of Jan Mateusz Judycki's map of Wejherowo Calvary by Johann Bensheimer after Adolf Boy, 1665, National Library in Warsaw. #town #square #wejherowo #detail #judycki #map #calvary #artinpl #bensheimer #warsaw #baroque #coffin #portrait #jakubwejher #voivode #malbork #artinpl #gdansk #monastery #wejherowo

Coffin portrait

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Copy of helmet crown of Casimir III the Great, so-called Sandomierz crown, a royal traveling crown crowning the helmet by Anonymous from Poland, before 1370, Sandomierz Castle. It consists of four fragments topped with lilies, originally it was mounted on an iron helmet. The crown was offered by the king, shortly before his death, as a votive offering to the Sandomierz Cathedral. © Marcin Latka #copper #silver #artinpl #14thcentury #royalcrown #kingofpoland #gothic #medieval
Silver White Eagle of Poland, heraldic base for the royal crown created by Abraham I Drentwett and Heinrich Mannlich in Augsburg, 1666 or 1669, Treasury of the Moscow Kremlin. The eagle was probably used during lavish coronation ceremony of king Michael Korybut Wiśniowiecki (29 September 1669), who two years later, in 1671, offered it to Alexis I of Russia. #silver #whiteeagle #poland #heraldic #base #royalcrown #drentwett #augsburg #moscow #kremlin #artinpl #crown
Portrait of Ladislaus IV Vasa in coronation robes by Bartholomäus Milwitz or Bartholomäus Strobel, ca. 1635, National Museum in Warsaw. © Marcin Latka #detail #portrait #ladislausivvasa #coronation #robes #bartholomausmilwitz #bartholomausstrobel #nationalmuseuminwarsaw #artinpl #royalcastleinwarsaw #sceptre

Crown jewels of Poland

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Portrait of Anna of Masovia (ca. 1498-1557) holding a portrait of her brother Janusz III by Bernardino Licinio, 1526-1528, Castello Sforzesco in Milan. Identification of the sitter by Marcin Latka (Artinpl), 15.05.2022. #16thcentury #artinpl #1520s #painting
Portrait of Stanislaus (1500-1524), Duke of Masovia by Italian painter, most probably Andrea Previtali, ca. 1518, National Gallery in London. Identification of the sitter by Marcin Latka (Artinpl), 15.05.2022. #16thcentury #artinpl #1520s #painting
Portrait of Anna of Masovia (ca. 1498-1557) in a hat decorated with plumes by Lucas Cranach the Elder, ca. 1530, Private collection. Identification of the sitter by Marcin Latka (Artinpl), 15.05.2022. #16thcentury #artinpl #1530s #painting

Dukes of Masovia

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Portrait of Margaret of Brandenburg (1511-1577), Duchess of Pomerania as Judith with the head of Holofernes by Lucas Cranach the Elder, 1530, Grunewald hunting lodge. Identification of the sitter by Marcin Latka (Artinpl), 20.06.2022. #16thcentury #artinpl #1530s #painting
Pomeranian Art Cabinet: (1) Ewer and basin with coat of arms of Duke Philip II of Pomerania and his wife Sophia of Schleswig-Holstein, (2) Spoon with cherub's winged head and scissors, (3) Shaving utensils, (4) Moveable sight of a gun by Anonymous from Augsburg or Szczecin, 1610-1615, Museum of Decorative Arts in Berlin. The cabinet was commissioned by Duke Philip II of Pomerania. © Marcin Latka #pomeranianartcabinet #artinpl #17thcenturysilver #gilt #renaissancesilver
Portrait of Maria of Pomerania-Szczecin (1527-1554) as Venus with Cupid as the honey thief by Lucas Cranach the Elder or his son, ca. 1543, Kröller-Müller Museum in Otterlo. Identification of the sitter by Marcin Latka (Artinpl), 26.06.2022. #16thcentury #artinpl #1540s #painting

Dukes of Pomerania

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Portrait of Dukes of Legnica-Brzeg, Ziębice-Oleśnica and Lubin in the scene of the Judgement of Paris against the idealized view of the Legnica Castle by Lucas Cranach the Elder and workshop, ca. 1528, Metropolitan Museum of Art. Identification of the sitters by Marcin Latka (Artinpl), 10.07.2022. #16thcentury #artinpl #1520s #painting
Feast of Herod with the Beheading of St John the Baptist by Bartholomäus Strobel, 1630s, Prado Museum in Madrid. Commissioned by Nikolaus von Troilo (1582-1640), canon of Wrocław. #17thcentury #artinpl #painting #mannerism #baroque #detail
Portrait of Sophia of Brandenburg-Ansbach (1485-1537), Duchess of Legnica-Brzeg as Madonna and Child by Lucas Cranach the Elder, 1529, Kunstsammlung Basel. Identification of the sitter by Marcin Latka (Artinpl), 10.07.2022. #16thcentury #artinpl #1520s #painting

Dukes of Silesia

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Tomb monument to Barbara Kurozwęcka (d. 1545) and her husband Andrzej I Górka (1500-1551) by Girolamo Canavesi in Kraków, 1574, Poznań Cathedral. Founded by their son Andrzej II Górka (d. 1583). Latin inscription on the cornice at eye level is an advertisement of Canavesi workshop - "The work of Girolamo Canavesi, who lives in Kraków at St. Florian's Street, in the year of the Lord 1574". Inspired by Roman tomb sculptures from the Flavian period. #16thcentury #artinpl #1570s #marble
Bronze tomb slab of Uriel Górka (ca. 1435-1498), Bishop of Poznań by Peter Vischer and workshop, after 1498, Poznań Cathedral. #15thcentury #artinpl #1490s #gothic #medieval
Portrait of Anna Kmicina née Górka by Paris Bordone or Giovanni Cariani, ca. 1525-1530, Private collection. Identification of the sitter by Marcin Latka (Artinpl), 05.08.2022. #16thcentury #artinpl #1520s #painting

Górka family

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(1) Medallion with a bust of a lady, most probably Petronela Oborska, mistress of Prince-Bishop Michał Poniatowski by Anonymous, thrid quarter of the 18th century, Royal Baths Museum. Identification by Marcin Latka (Artinpl). (2) Marble medallion with bust of Prince-Bishop Michał Poniatowski by Alessandro Massimiliano Laboureur, fourth quarter of the 18th century, Royal Baths Museum. (3) Silhouette of Petronela Oborska by Anonymous, 1780s, National Museum in Warsaw. #bust #artinpl #warsaw
Portrait of Karl Daniel Friedrich Bach by Angelica Kauffmann (?), 1780s, National Museum in Wrocław. His talent and artistic abilities as a painter and draftsman were noticed by Józef Ossoliński, who in 1780 brought him to Warsaw. In 1784 he traveled around Europe with Jan Potocki. Between 1786-1792, at Potocki's expense, he studied, initially in Rome and later in Portici, and on December 9, 1788, he was elected a member of the Florence Academy. #18thcentury #artinpl #1780s
Uchański Chapel (Saint Victoria Chapel) of the Łowicz Cathedral, built between 1575-1580 by Jan Michałowicz of Urzędów for Primate Jakub Uchański and rebuilt in the neoclassical style at the initiative of Primate Antoni Kazimierz Ostrowski by Efraim Szreger between 1782-1783. © Marcin Latka #18thcentury #marble #artinpl #stucco

Enlightened magnates

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(1) Polish eagle with a garnet body by Anonymous from Poland, second quarter of the 17th century, Louvre Museum. © Marcin Latka (2) Portrait of Cecilia Renata of Austria with a tulip by Pieter Danckerts de Rij, ca. 1640, Bavarian State Painting Collections. #polisheagle #louvrejewellery #hessanitegarnet #salondapollon #portrait #ceciliarenataofaustria #artinpl #enameledgold #rubies #emeralds #pearls #manneristjewel #renaissancejewellery
Heraldic pendant of Anna Catherine Constance Vasa, mid-1620s to 1638. Hypothetical reconstruction by Marcin Latka ©. All rights reserved. #renaissancejewels #reconstruction #heraldic #pendant #annacatherineconstancevasa #artinpl #sigismundiiivasa #polishlithuaniancommonwealth #kingofsweden #renaissancejewellery #renaissancejewelry #manneristjewellery #manneristjewelry #17thcenturyjewellery #17thcenturyjewelry
Portrait of Constance of Austria with a monkey by Joseph Heintz the Elder, 1604, Museum of Art History in Vienna. The Archduchess of Inner Austria and future Queen of Poland was portraited in Spanish costume - saya. © Marcin Latka #detail #portrait #constanceofaustria #monkey #josephheintz #vienna #archduchess #austria #poland #spanishcostume #saya #jewels #gloves #lace #pearls

Jewels of the Polish Vasas

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Consecrated sword presented by Pope Innocent XI to John III Sobieski by Anonymous from Rome, 1675-1676, Treasury at the Wawel Royal Castle. Given to the king in the cathedral in Zhovkva in 1684, as a sign of gratitude for the protection of Christendom against the Turks.© Marcin Latka #silver #gilt #artinpl #papal #17thcentury #baroque #1670s
Ebony games table set with nacre with heraldic white eagle and two Cossacks or Turks by Anonymous from Poland or Germany, 1676-1680, Residence Museum in Munich. Most probably from dowry of Princess Teresa Kunegunda Sobieska and commissioned by ​her father John III Sobieski, king of Poland. The frame of the tabletop contains a board for chess/draughts and backgammon. #baroquefurniture #artinpl #17thcenturyfurniture #sobieski
(1) Chinese shoe belonging to Queen Marie Casimire (Marysieńka) Sobieska by Anonymous (Qing dynasty), fourth quarter of the 17th century, District Museum in Tarnów. (2) Detail of portrait of a young official by Weng Pu, 1751, National Museum in Warsaw. © Marcin Latka #chineseclothing #qingdynastyshoes #mariecasimire #marysienka #qingdynasty #qingdynastyclothing #tarnow #silk #damask #satin #cardboard #chinoiserie #sobieski #wilanow #warsaw #historicalshoes #footwear

John III Sobieski

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Portrait of Court Chamberlain Adam Kazanowski aged 44 by Peter Danckerts de Rij, ca. 1643, Wawel Royal Castle. The Court Chamberlain was portraited in crimson żupan, and holding the insignium of his power the gold Chamberlain Key. #painting #artinpl #17thcentury #1640sfashion #polishcostume #zupan
Silver-gilt table-ornament in the shape of Bacchus siting on a wine barrel by Meinrad Bauch the Elder in Nuremberg, 1590-1602, British Museum. Acquired by Baron Anselm Rothschild before 1838. Similar, larger, silver wine vessel of 150 litres on wheels was described in the Kazanowski Palace in Warsaw, in Adam Jarzębski's "Short Description of Warsaw" from 1643. Photo: © Trustees of the British Museum. #mannerism #artinpl #winevessel
(1) View of Warsaw from the Vistula River (detail) by Nicolas Pérelle after Erik Dahlbergh, 1696, National Museum in Warsaw. Panorama of Warsaw as seen from the Praga bank in about 1656. Fragment with Kazanowski Palace (Radziejowski Palace), (2-4) Remnants of the Kazanowski Palace in Warsaw. #17thcentury #mannerism #artinpl #architecture

Kazanowski Palace in Warsaw

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​Fragment of marble tomb monument of Barbara Radziwill (1520/23-1551), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania, second wife of Sigismund II Augustus by Giovanni Maria Mosca called Padovano and Giovanni Cini in Vilnius, 1553-1562. Hypothetical reconstruction by Marcin Latka ©. All rights reserved. #artinplreconstruction #artinpl #16thcentury #marble #1550s #renaissancesculpture #sculpture #vilnius #jagiellons #lithuania #queenofpoland
Portrait of king Sigismund Augustus in crimson costume by Giovanni Battista Moroni or circle of Titian, ca. 1560, Prado Museum in Madrid. Identification of the sitter by Marcin Latka (Artinpl), 02.04.2022. #16thcentury #painting #venetian
Helmet (burgonet) all'antica with Hercules fighting centaurs by Filippo Negroli and Giovanni Battista Serabaglio, mid-16th century, Royal Armoury in Stockholm. Possibly from the Royal Armoury of the Jagiellons and Vasas. Swedish war booty from Poland. © Marcin Latka #polishjagiellons #artinpl #polishvasas #milan #steel #renaissance

Last Polish Jagiellons

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Portrait of Bibi, court dwarf of the elected king Stanisław Leszczyński (1677-1766), in Polish-Lithuanian costume, by Tadeusz Kuntze-Konicz (?) after Alexis Grimou, ca. 1756 after origial from about 1709-1733, Sevastopol Art Museum. Inscription: Bibi nain / De Stanislas / Roi de Pologne / paint par Grimou. The crimson and white feathers on his hat are national colours of Poland. Identification and attribution by Marcin Latka (Artinpl), 25.04.2024. #18thcentury #artinpl #crimea
Adoration of the Magi with portraits of Jan Leszczyński (d. 1535), his wife Marie de Marcellanges and Emperor Frederick III by Joos van Cleve and workshop, ca. 1527, National Museum in Poznań. Identification by Marcin Latka (Artinpl), 28.04.2023. #16thcentury #artinpl #painting #guise
Miniature portrait of Rafał Leszczyński (1579-1636) aged 28 by workshop of Frans Pourbus the Younger, 1607, Lviv National Art Gallery. Identification of the sitter and attribution by Marcin Latka (Artinpl), 02.10.2022. #17thcentury #artinpl #1600s #painting

Leszczyński family

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A Saint with a book by Franco-Netherlandish painter, first half of the 15th century, Czartoryski Museum, lost during World War II. #artinpl #medieval #gothic
Early Netherlandish and Flemish painting from the Potocki collection in Łańcut Castle: (1) Descent from the Cross by follower of Rogier van der Weyden, (2) Portrait of a man by Anthony van Dyck, (3) Portrait of a woman by Flemish painter, (4) Portrait of a man by Flemish painter. Exhibited in 1940 in New York, current whereabouts unknown. #15thcenturypainting #17thcenturypainting #potocki #lancutcastle #artinpl #renaissancepainting #baroquepainting
Full-length portraits from the Potocki collection in Łańcut Castle: (1) Nobleman by Domenico Tintoretto, 1610s, (2) Lady Caroline Russell by Thomas Hudson, 1750s (3) Baron Middleton by George Romney, 1779, (4) Doña Francisca de Paula Federico y Colas by Francisco Goya or follower, 1790s. Exhibited in 1940 in New York, current whereabouts unknown. #18thcenturypainting #potocki #lancutcastle #artinpl #fulllengthportrait #tintoretto #carolinerussell #thomashudson #georgeromney #franciscogoya

Lost art

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Mannerist Górski Chapel at the Parish church in Kazimierz Dolny with stucco decoration. The chapel on the south side of the nave was funded by Wawrzyniec Górski, wójt of Kazimierz and other townspeople, as a votive offering for the end of the plague. It was built between 1625-1629, most probably by Jan Wolff. The nave of the church was created by Jakub Balin between 1610-1613 in the style of so-called Lublin Renaissance. © Marcin Latka #17thcentury #artinpl #mannerism
Zamość Cathedral, founded by Jan Zamoyski, was constructed between 1587-1637 in the style of so-called Lublin Renaissance to design by Bernardo Morando. © Marcin Latka #zamosccathedral #1587 #1637 #lublinrenaissance #bernardomorando #mannerism #manneristarchitecture
Firlej Chapel at the Dominican Church in Lublin, founded by Henryk Firlej (1574-1626), bishop of Lutsk and constructed between 1615 and 1622 to design by Jan Wolff. #mannerism #architecture #artinpl #17thcentury

Lublin Renaissance

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Portrait of Jerzy Sebastian Lubomirski (1616-1667) with an oriental sabre by Ferdinand Bol, 1634-1640, Dayton Art Institute. Identification of the sitter by Marcin Latka (Artinpl), 19.09.2022. #17thcentury #artinpl #1630s #painting
Half-kartouwe cannon barrel with Szreniawa coat of arms by workshop of Elias Flicker in Wiśnicz (?), 1646, Armoury at the Wawel Royal Castle. Commissioned by Stanisław Lubomirski (1583-1649), voivode of the Kraków for his Łańcut or Wiśnicz residence. According to relation by Lubomirski's court cook, Stanisław Czerniecki, the voivode armed his residence in Wiśnicz with 80 cannons, powder magazines, cannoneers, ammunition and provisions for 3 years. © Marcin Latka #17thcentury #artinpl #baroque
Bathing Room of the Palace on the Isle (Lubomirski's Bathhouse) in Warsaw, created for Stanisław Herakliusz Lubomirski by circle of Tylman Gamerski and adorned with bas-reliefs with themes derived from Metamorphosis by Ovid, according to the etching by Abraham van Diepenbeeck in about 1686. © Marcin Latka #17thcentury #artinpl #baroque #stucco

Lubomirski family

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(1) Head of Hercules and (2) head of Venus (?), architectural details from the Łowicz Castle by Jan Michałowicz of Urzędów (?), after 1573, Museum in Łowicz. Primate and interrex Jakub Uchański began in 1573 at the lower castle in Łowicz, the construction of a magnificent Renaissance palace which was completed in 1585 by Primate Stanisław Karnkowski. © Marcin Latka #16thcentury #artinpl #sculpture #polishrenaissance
Reconstruction of the Łowicz castle in about 1655. The medieval Łowicz castle was built after 1342 by archbishop Jarosław Bogoria Skotnicki on the site of previous wooden structure. It was rebuilt in Renaissance style after 1510 by archbishop Jan Łaski and in 1573 Primate and interrex Jakub Uchański began the construction of a magnificent Renaissance palace. In about 1620 Primate Wawrzyniec Gembicki built modern bastion fortifications. © Marcin Latka #17thcentury #artinpl #1650s #mannerism
Portrait of Agnieszka Tęczyńska as Saint Agnes by Francesco Montemezzano, ca. 1592-1594, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Identification of the sitter by Marcin Latka (Artinpl), 13.05.2022. #16thcentury #artinpl #1590s #painting

Mannerist magnates

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Statue of Madonna and Child by Anonymous from Lesser Poland, ca. 1420, National Museum in Kraków, lost during World War II. © Marcin Latka #beautifulmadonna #lesserpoland #1420s #nationalmuseuminkrakow #artinpl #statue #internationalgothic #gothicsculpture #15thcentury #medieval #wood #polychromy #gilded
Gold enamelled and gem-set brooch with a lady hawking found in Konopnica near Lublin by Anonymous from Burgundy or Paris, early 15th century, Museum of Decorative Arts in Berlin. © Marcin Latka #gold #enamelled #gem #brooch #lady #hawking #found #konopnica #lublin #burgundy #paris #artinpl #museum #berlin #gothic
Statue of St. Dorothy from the Holy Trinity Triptych by workshop of Jakub of Sącz, 1467, Holy Cross Chapel of the Wawel Cathedral in Kraków. © Marcin Latka #1460s #sculpture #medieval #artinpl #15thcentury

Medieval Poland

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Samaritan woman at the well, detail of the Jerusalem Triptych by Anonymous from Gdańsk, 1497-1500, National Museum in Warsaw. © Marcin Latka #jerusalem #triptych #gdansk #artinpl #nationalmuseuminwarsaw #tempera #oil #oak #gothic #medievalfashion #reddress #jewels #jewellery #samaritan
The statue of the Madonna and Child on the apse of the Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary at the Malbork Castle is over 8 meters high and was probably the largest medieval statue in Europe. It was created in 1340, and in 1380 the stone was covered with a mosaic made of quartz and glass by masters from Venice. © Marcin Latka #14thcentury #artinpl #medieval #poland #gables #gable #gothic #brick
Details from the Saint Reinhold Altar by Joos van Cleve, before 1516, National Museum in Warsaw. Commissioned by Brotherhood of Saint Reinhold in Gdańsk. #detail #crucifixion #saintreinhold #altar #joosvancleve #artinpl #nationalmuseuminwarsaw #tempera #wood #gdansk #sword #1510sfashion

Medieval Pomerania

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Annunciation with the Trinity by Anonymous from Silesia, ca. 1480, National Museum in Warsaw. Sometimes attributed to Master of the Annunciation with the Unicorn Polyptych. #annunciation #trinity #silesia #artinpl #nationalmuseuminwarsaw #polychromy #gilt #wood
Details from the Legnica Polyptych: (1-3) Resurrection, (4) Crucifixion by Nikolaus Obilman, 1466, National Museum in Warsaw. © Marcin Latka #detail #crucifixion #nikolausobilman #artinpl #nationalmuseuminwarsaw #tempera #panel #medievalfashion #goldcloth #crossbow #sleeping #hebrew #chausses #hose #knight #1460sfashion
Late Gothic epitaph of Sebald Saurman (d. 1507) with Pieta and Saints including Saint Hedwig of Silesia and Saurman family as donors by Anonymous from Wrocław, ca. 1507, Saint Elizabeth's Church in Wrocław. © Marcin Latka #wroclaw #artinpl #epitaph #gothic #relief #silesia #1507 #pieta #saints #sainthedwigofsilesia #saurman #sandstone

Medieval Silesia

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