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The pride of the palace in Slavuta was a small pastel portrait which presented a charming teenage girl. It depicts Teresa née Czartoryska, the daughter of Józef Klemens, the founder of the china manufacturing plant in Korets. The girl’s mother was duchess Dorota née Jabłonowska, who was famous for her beauty. The author of the portrait was one of the most outstanding French painters, Elisabeth Louise Vigee-Lebrun /1755–1842/.

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The pride of the palace in Slavuta was a small pastel portrait which presented a charming teenage girl. It depicts Teresa née Czartoryska, the daughter of Józef Klemens, the founder of the china manufacturing plant in Korets. The girl’s mother was duchess Dorota née Jabłonowska, who was famous for her beauty. The author of the portrait was one of the most outstanding French painters, Elisabeth Louise Vigee-Lebrun /1755–1842/. She was the daughter and disciple of the painter L. Vigee, the favourite portrait-painter of Queen Marie Antoinette as well as the European aristocracy. The portrait of the girl was made during a short stay of the artist in Dresden in 1801, during the visit paid to Duchess Dorota née Jabłonowska Czartoryska. The portrait of the girl was intended to serve as a visiting card left by the artist for the girl’s mother, who was then absent.
In May 1807 the wedding was held between Teresa Czartoryska and Henryk Lubomirski, the Przeworsk heir in tail and the future curator of the Ossoliński Institute in Lviv.

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Painting “Portrait of Teresa née Czartoryska Lubomirska”

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