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Adam Mickiewicz (1798–1855), was the greatest poet of Polish Romanticism, a national poet, publicist, and political activist. David d'Angers, was a French sculptor, the author of monuments and tombstones, medallions, and portrait busts. In 1829, during his stay in Weimar — where he was working on the bust of Johann Wolfgang Goethe — he met Adam Mickiewicz, with whom he later became friends.

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Adam Mickiewicz (1798–1855), was the greatest poet of Polish Romanticism, a national poet, publicist, and political activist. David d'Angers, was a French sculptor, the author of monuments and tombstones, medallions, and portrait busts. In 1829, during his stay in Weimar — where he was working on the bust of Johann Wolfgang Goethe — he met Adam Mickiewicz, with whom he later became friends. He made a medallion with the image of the poet and his bust, recreated many times in various materials, with different dates in the signature. On this copy, there is the following dedication: A son ami Adam Mickiewicz PJ David d'Angers 1845.

Elaborated by Dorota Dec (The National Museum in Kraków), © all rights reserved

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Sculpture “Adam Mickiewicz's bust” by Pierre Jean David d’Angers

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