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Kazimierz Boreyko is yet another interesting figure in the colourful procession of noble types in the Podhorce gallery. The nobleman depicted in this portrait was the son of Jan, the Pobersztyn starost and Katarzyna née Terlecka. He held numerous offices in the old Commonwealth. He was the lieutenant of the armoured chorągiew [banner] military unit in the fee tail estate of the Ostrogski family, master of the hunt in the Lviv Land, the standard-bearer in Latyczów as well as a deputy for Sejms [parliament].

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Kazimierz Boreyko is yet another interesting figure in the colourful procession of noble types in the Podhorce gallery. The nobleman depicted in this portrait was the son of Jan, the Pobersztyn starost and Katarzyna née Terlecka. He held numerous offices in the old Commonwealth. He was the lieutenant of the armoured chorągiew [banner] military unit in the fee tail estate of the Ostrogski family, master of the hunt in the Lviv Land, the standard-bearer in Latyczów as well as a deputy for Sejms [parliament].
His image, painted gently and freely in the 1730s by an unknown artist, presents a man of high self-confidence, a nobleman enjoying the charms of life, full of dignity and pride. Kazimierz Boreyko is depicted to the hips, with his head half-shaved, in a coat of mail with a gorget. He was often mistakenly identified as Piotr Boreyko of the “Topór” coat of arms, the castellan of Zawichost (maybe his relative), the famous “drunkard and brawler” of the Saxon times, frequently described by chroniclers of that period.

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