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Portraits of the members of the Sanguszko family, one of the wealthiest and most influential families in the former Commonwealth, as well as of their closest relatives make a large group in the collection of the Museum in Tarnów. They were a part of the furnishing and decoration of palace interiors in numerous ducal mansions. The portrait presented here comes from Slavuta situated on the Horyn, one of the main rivers of Volhynia (Ukraine).

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Portraits of the members of the Sanguszko family, one of the wealthiest and most influential families in the former Commonwealth, as well as of their closest relatives make a large group in the collection of the Museum in Tarnów. They were a part of the furnishing and decoration of palace interiors in numerous ducal mansions. The portrait presented here comes from Slavuta situated on the Horyn, one of the main rivers of Volhynia (Ukraine). Today the palace no longer exists.
The portrait of the unknown Dutch girl is regarded to be the image of Zofia Sanguszkowa, the daughter of Szczęsny and Halka née Chodkiewicz, and the wife of Hrihor Sanguszko from the Kashyrskyi lineage, the castellan of Lubaczów. The person depicted in this portrait was identified thanks to the piece of paper attached on the back of the painting in the 19th century, being, nevertheless, not free of mistakes.
This fact allows one to assume that the portrait does not present the young Sanguszko, but rather is an image of a young Dutch patrician girl and was purchased by the Sanguszko family as a decorative piece for the palace interior.

Elaborated by the District Museum in Tarnów, © all rights reserved

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