RADZIWIŁŁ

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Concept Art, Fotografia, Conceptual Art

Espada ropera de lazo. Rapier. ca.1600. Alemania. Long. 116.21 cm; Long. hoja 94.28 cm. Peso 1247 gr.(on obverse side of ricasso) First mark, imitation of mark of Sebastian Hernandez the Elder, Toledo, ca. 1570. Second mark, the swords of Archmarshalship, badge of the Electors of Saxony. (on reverse side of ricasso) the swords of Archmarshalship. Metropolitan Museum. Gift of Prince Albrecht Radziwill, 1928. Inv. nº 1928.100.2

Geography: Saxony Culture: German, Saxony Medium: Steel, brass wire, wood Dimensions: L. of blade 37 in. of blade 1 in. of blade 0 in.

Barbara Radziwillona, ca. 1550  by an Unknown Polish Court Painter   Location TBD

Polish court painter, circle of Lucas Cranach the Younger_Miniature of Barbora Radvilaitė(Radziwill) (one of a pair portraits of of Sigismund II. Augustus Jagiellon)circa on tin plate /National Museum, Kraków Notes Czartoryski Collection / www.

Remains of Barbara Radziwiłłówna

Queen of Poland, Barbara Radziwiłłówna was also Grand Duchess of Lithuania as the consort of Sigismund II Augustus, the last monarch of the Jagiellon dynasty.

His Serene Highness Prince Dominik Rainer Radziwill - Polish aristocrat.  Married Princess Eugenie of Greece and Denmark in 1838 and divorced in 1946,  They had two children Tatiana Radziwill and Prince George Radziwill.

His Serene Highness Prince Dominik Rainer Radziwill - Polish aristocrat. Married Princess Eugenie of Greece and Denmark in 1838 and divorced in They had two children Tatiana Radziwill and Prince George Radziwill.

Hieronim Mikołaj Radziwiłł (Jerome) was a wealthy Polish aristocrat when he married Archduchess Renata of Austria in 1909. His Serene Highness Prince Jerome was captured by the Soviets near the end of WWII and died at age 60 in a Soviet labor camp.

Hieronim Mikołaj Radziwiłł (Jerome) was a wealthy Polish aristocrat when he married Archduchess Renata of Austria in His Serene Highness Prince Jerome, was captured by the Soviets near the end of WWII and died at age 60 in a Soviet labor camp.

Portrait of Catherine Potocka and Maria Lupu, two wives of Janusz Radziwiłł (1612–1655) by Johann Schröter, 1646 (PD-art/old), National Arts Museum of the Republic of Belarus

Portrait of Catherine Potocka and Maria Lupu, two wives of Janusz Radziwiłł by Johann Schröter, 1646 (PD-art/old), National Arts Museum of the Republic of Belarus ↩