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 11. Frederick Chopin - Polonaise in G minor, dedicated to Wiktoria Skarbek.
First edition, published in Warsaw, by J. J. Cybulski, 1817.
Collection of the Frederick Chopin Society in Warsaw, inv. no. M/375.
JPEG 67 K




12. Gold watch belonging to Frederick Chopin
which he received from the Italian singer Angelica Catalani in 1820.
Collection of the Frederick Chopin Society in Warsaw, inv. no. M/29.
JPEG 47 K





13. Portrait of Józef Elsner (1769-1854), teacher of Frederick Chopin (theory of music and composition)
by an anonymous artist, in oils,1803-1805.
Collection of the Frederick Chopin Society in Warsaw, inv. no. M/227.
JPEG 12 K




14. The Kazimierzowski Palace in Warsaw, seat of the Warsaw Lycee,
by Jan F. Piwarski, based on his own sketch, colour lithograph, 1824.
Collection of the Frederick Chopin Society in Warsaw, inv. no. M/575.
JPEG 63 K



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15. Letter by Frederick Chopin to his family in Warsaw,from Szafarnia, 10 August 1824.
Autograph, p.1.
Collection of the Frederick Chopin Society in Warsaw, inv. no. M/4.
JPEG 82 K




16. Zamkowy (Castle) Square, Warsaw, with the column of Zygmunt III Vasa,
by Ch. Lalaicro [medium and date], based on a steel engraving
by A. Guillaumot, first half of the nineteenth century.
Collection of the Frederick Chopin Society in Warsaw, inv. no. M/1977.
JPEG 40 K





17. Frederick Chopin - Variations in B flat major , op. 2,
on the theme La ci darem la mano from the opera Don Giovanni by W. A. Mozart,
dedicated to Tytus Woyciechowski, 1827.
Fragmentary autograph: Variation III. Piano I: bars 17-25, piano II: bars 26-33.
Collection of the Frederick Chopin Society in Warsaw, inv. no. M/2290.
JPEG 298 K




18. Portrait of Tytus Woyciechowski, school friend
and close friend from young days.

Photographic reproduction of an unsigned portrait,
second half of the nineteenth century.
Collection of the Frederick Chopin Society in Warsaw, inv. no. F. 2829.
JPEG 89 K





19. Portrait of Julian Fontana (1810-1869) Polish pianist, composer,
pedagogue as well as pupil and devoted friend of Chopin,
editor of his
Oeuvres Posthumes,
by Wladyslaw Leszczynski, bronze medal, 1843.
Collection of the Societe Historique et Littteraire Polonaise, Paris.
Reproduced from the Photographic Collection
of the Frederick Chopin Society in Warsaw, F. 3654.
JPEG 42 K




20.Portrait of Johann Nepomuk Hummel (1778-1837), Austrian pianist,
composer, pedagogue and conductor of Slovak origin,

by an anonymous artist [medium and date], based on a lithograph by Carl H. Grznler,
first half of the nineteenth century.
Collection of the Frederick Chopin Society in Warsaw, inv. no. M/1171.
JPEG 16 K





21. Frederick Chopin - Trio in G minor , op. 8 for piano, violin and cello,
dedicated to Prince Antoni Radziwill , 1828-1829.
Autograph, part I Allegro con fuoco, p.11.
Collection of the Frederick Chopin Society in Warsaw, inv. no. M/1.
JPEG 159 K




22. Frederick Chopin - Concerto in F minor , op. 21, for piano and orchestra,
dedicated to Delfina Potocka, 1829.
Autograph, part II Larghetto, p.11.
Collection of the National Library in Warsaw, Mus. 215.
JPEG 51 K





23. Portrait of Konstancja Gladkowska ( 1810-1889), Polish singer,
youthful infatuation of Frederick Chopin,

by Anna Chamiec, miniature, water colour and gouache on bone,
based on a portrait by Wojciech Gerson.
Collection Frederick Chopin Society in Warsaw, inv. no. M/1140.
JPEG 25 K




24. The Gasthof zum Lamm, Vienna,
by Franz J. Sandmann, [medium and date],
based on a colour lithograph by R. Alt, nineteenth century.
Collection Frederick Chopin Society in Warsaw, inv. no. M/ 1002.
JPEG 138 K


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