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- Author Leon Wyczółkowski
- Date of production 1912
- Place of creation Treasury Wawel Cathedral
- Dimensions height: 51.5 cm, width: 63 cm
- Author's designation on the right side at the bottom “L Wyczół”
- ID no. M-M/01
- Object copyright Marcin Mikuła Locksmithing Museum in Świątniki Górne
- Digital images copyright public domain
- Digitalisation RDW MIC, Małopolska’s Virtual Museums project
The portrait has been drawn with pastels on greyish green, grained textured paper, glued on thick, lightly coloured cardboard. The man portrayed, Stanisław Synowiec, was framed head-and-shoulders en face.more
The portrait has been drawn with pastels on greyish green, grained textured paper, glued on thick, lightly coloured cardboard. The man portrayed, Stanisław Synowiec, was framed head-and-shoulders en face. The face is that of a mature man with a long, handlebar moustache and without a beard. He is portrayed as having a short nose, deep-set eyes close to the nose, a wrinkled forehead and protruding ears. His face is deeply tanned, and he has greying brown hair. He is dressed in a white shirt, which is only partially visible: only the neckline and a piece on his chest are in view. He has a blue cape thrown over his shoulders: the outfit of a Wawel steward. In the background, there are unspecified forms drawn with brown and grey-brown pastels. The picture is set behind a glass pane, surrounded by a thick, brown wooden frame.
Stanisław Synowiec served as a Wawel steward between 1896 and 1913.
Elaborated by Witold Szczygieł (Marcin Mikuła Locksmithing Museum in Świątniki Górne), editorial team of Małopolska’s Virtual Museums, © all rights reserved