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The portrait shows Teresa Karolina Radziwiłłowa, the daughter of the Grand Hetman of the Crown, Wacław Rzewuski and Anna née Lubomirska. From 1764 she was married to Karol Stanisław Radziwiłł, the voivode of Vilnius, popularly known as My Dear Sir [Panie Kochanku]. Divorced in 1781, she remarried Feliks Chobrzyński.

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The portrait shows Teresa Karolina Radziwiłłowa, the daughter of the Grand Hetman of the Crown, Wacław Rzewuski and Anna née Lubomirska. From 1764 she was married to Karol Stanisław Radziwiłł, the voivode of Vilnius, popularly known as My Dear Sir [Panie Kochanku]. Divorced in 1781, she remarried Feliks Chobrzyński. The portrait, painted in the 1760s when she was still the wife of Radziwiłł, provides an example of extreme realism in an old-Polish portrait. An anonymous painter resigned completely from idealising the appearance of Karolina Radziwiłłowa; the fact which can seem surprising for a recipient, as the model belonged to the privileged layer of the society, i.e. the aristocracy.
What deserves special admiration is the precision in depicting the details of the garment and the jewellery of the portrayed lady. 

Elaborated by District Museum in Tarnów, © all rights reserved

 

 

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Painting “Portrait of Teresa Karolina Radziwiłłowa”

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