Jerzy Miziolek
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Jerzy Miziolek, is Professor of the Classical Tradition in the Visual Arts at the University of Warsaw. He is Director of the National Museum in Warsaw. He has held fellowships from the Warburg Institute, The Harvard University Center for Italian Renaissance Studies, and the Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts at the National Gallery of Art, Washington as well as a Getty Research Institute fellowship.

Count Stanislas K. Potocki

A Man of Enlightenment and a Founder of the University of Warsaw

Count Stanislaw Kostka Potocki (1755-1821) was the Enlightenment personified. A descendant of one of the most famous Polish aristocratic families, educated in Warsaw, at the Collegium Nobilium, and in Italy, at an academy in Turin, he was successively or simultaneously a traveller, an archaeologist, an art critic, a political polemist, a historian, a connoisseur, a statesman, a high-ranking Freemason, and also a collector and patron of arts ...

2021, pp. 160
ISBN: 9788891308399

2021, pp. 160
ISBN: 9788891308399

Roma e Varsavia

Tradizione classica e educazione artistica nell’età dei lumi e oltre

The book is the result of the international conference held in Warsaw in October 2017. It is composed of 19 papers in Italian and French and an Appedix with a text by the Count Stanislas Kostka Potocki (1755-1821). The papers, written by 17 authors from Italy, Germany and Poland concern mostly the achievements in the field of the visual arts of Count Potocki and the last King of Poland...

2019, pp. 542
ISBN: 9788891318497
€ 200,00
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2019, pp. 542
ISBN: 9788891318497
€ 200,00
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PDF: € 160,00

Renaissance Weddings and the Antique

Italian Secular Paintings from the Lanckoroński Collection

The book discusses some thirty Italian Renaissance domestic paintings from the Viennese collection of Count Karol Lanckoroñski (1848-1933), which since 1994 have belonged to the Wawel Royal Castle in Kraków. The majority of them depict mythological subjects and scenes from Greek and Roman history; they once served as decorations on the walls of nuptial chambers...

2018, pp. 440
ISBN: 9788891308504
€ 114,00
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2018, pp. 440
ISBN: 9788891308504
€ 114,00
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PDF: € 76,00
Quo vadis? di Henryk Sienkiewicz, una delle opere più conosciute della letteratura mondiale, fu emblematicamente evocato da papa Giovanni Paolo II nell'omelia di apertura del suo pontificato, il 22 X 1978: "Secondo un'antica tradizione (che ha trovato anche una sua magnifica espressione letteraria in un romanzo di Henryk Sienkiewicz), durante la persecuzione di Nerone, Pietro voleva abbandonare Roma. Ma il Signore è intervenuto: gli è andato ...

2017, pp. 270
ISBN: 9788891311931
€ 84,00
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2017, pp. 270
ISBN: 9788891311931
€ 84,00
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PDF: € 67,00
The book deals with a paper reconstruction of Pliny the Younger's (c. AD 61-112) villa near Ostia, some twenty kilometres from Rome. This unique work was created in Rome in the years 1777-78 by a young Pole, Count Stanis³aw K. Potocki (1755-1821) in cooperation with Giuseppe Manocchi and other outstanding artists of the time. The work, originally in the Potocki collection in Wilanów, is today housed in the iconographic collection of the National ...

2016, pp. 250
ISBN: 9788891308580
€ 90,00
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2016, pp. 250
ISBN: 9788891308580
€ 90,00
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PDF: € 72,00
Delle relazioni di Chopin con la musica italiana e con compositori come Vincenzo Bellini, Gioacchino Rossini e Luigi Cherubini si è già scritto più volte: basta citare gli studi di Ludwik Bronarski (1947), Gastone Belotti (1973, 1977) e Wiaroslaw Sandelewski (1977). L'argomento è stato presentato più volte anche sulla rivista italo-polacca Pagine, pubblicata a cavallo fra gli anni Settanta e Ottanta del secolo scorso...

2015, pp. 284
ISBN: 9788364823183
€ 38,00

2015, pp. 284
ISBN: 9788364823183
€ 38,00