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Iconography - part 1
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1. Portrait of Mikolaj Chopin (1771-1844), father of Frederic,
by Jan Zamoyski in oils, 1969; reconstruction of oil portrait
by Ambrozy Mieroszewski, 1829.
Collection of the Frederick Chopin Society in Warsaw, inv. no. M/1179.
JPEG 19 K




2. Portrait of Justyna Chopin (1782-1861), mother of Frederic,
by Jan Zamoyski, in oils, 1969;
reconstruction of oil portrait by Ambrozy Mieroszewski from 1829.
Collection of the Frederick Chopin Society in Warsaw, inv. no. M/1180.
JPEG 19 K





3. Portrait of Ludwika Chopin (1807-1855), sister of Frederic,
by Jan Zamoyski, in oils, 1969; reconstruction of oil portrait
by Ambrozy Mieroszewski, 1829.
Collection of the Frederick Chopin Society in Warsaw, inv. no. M/1181.
JPEG 19 K




4. Some buildings on the Skarbek Estate at Zelazowa Wola,
by Ignacy Chelmicki [medium and date]; based on a woodcut by Boleslaw Jaworski, 1870.
N.B. This illustration does not show the actual manor house,
which had burned down before the woodcut was made
Collection of the Frederick Chopin Society in Warsaw, inv. no. M/688.
JPEG 47 K





5. The birth place of Frederick Chopin at Zelazowa Wola,
by Romuald Pienkowski, photograph, 1993.
Collection of the Frederick Chopin Society in Warsaw, inv. no. F 8740.
JPEG 98 K




6. Portrait of Frederick Chopin (1810-1849),
by Anna Chamiec, miniature, water colour and gouache on bone, 1968,
based on an oil portrait by Ambrozy Mieroszewski, in oils, 1829.
Collection of the Frederick Chopin Society in Warsaw, inv. no. M/1104.
JPEG 29 K





7. Warsaw - plan of town with views of fourteen palaces and three other buildings,
by Nicolas Chalmandrier [medium and date]; after copperplate by Rizzi Zanonni, 1772.
Collection of the Frederick Chopin Society in Warsaw, inv. no. M/615.
JPEG 96 K




8. Portrait of Izabela Chopin (1811-1881), younger sister of Frederic,
by Jan Zamoyski, in oils, 1969; reconstruction of oil portrait
by Ambrozy Mieroszewski, 1829.
Collection of the Frederick Chopin Society in Warsaw, inv. no. M/1182.
JPEG 13 K





9. Portrait of Emilia Chopin (1812-1827), youngest sister of Frederic,
by an anonymous artist, miniature, water colour and gouache,
first half of the nineteenth century.
Collection of the Frederick Chopin Society in Warsaw, inv. no. M/34.
JPEG 25 K




10. Portrait of Wojciech Zywny (1756-1842),
the only piano teacher of Frederick Chopin,

by Jadwiga Kunicka-Bogacka, in oils, 1969;
reconstruction of an oil portrait by Ambrozy Mieroszewski 1829.
Collection of the Frederick Chopin Society in Warsaw, inv. no. M/1144.
JPEG 21 K



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