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33. Portrait of Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (1809-1847),
German composer and conductor
,
by August Weger, steel engraving, nineteenth century.
Collection of the Museum of the Frederick Chopin Society in Warsaw,
inv. no. M/718.
JPEG 19 K




 34. Portrait of Robert Schumann (1810-1856),
German composer and pianist, great admirer of Chopin?s work
,
by an unidentified artist, photograph, nineteenth century.
Collection of the Museum of the Frederick Chopin Society in Warsaw,
inv. no. M/2126.
JPEG 23 K





35. Portrait of Maria Wodzinska (1819-1896),
pupil and fiancee of Frederick Chopin
,
by Anna Chamiec, miniature, water colour and gouache, 1969;
based on a drawing by the sitter.
Collection of the Museum of the Frederick Chopin Society in Warsaw,
nv. no. M/1141.
JPEG 27 K




36. Frederick Chopin - Nocturne in E flat major , op. 9, no. 2, 1832.
Three bar autograph, noted down in the album of Maria Wodzinska, 22 Sept. 1835, Drezno.
Photocopy of lost original.
Collection of the Museum of the Frederick Chopin Society in Warsaw,
inv. no. A/42.
JPEG 25 K






37. General view of Marienbad,
by Basili Hacker, colour etching, nineteenth century.
Collection of the Museum of the Frederick Chopin Society in Warsaw,
inv. no. M/583
JPEG 84 K




38. Portrait of George Sand (1804-1876), French novelist,
companion of Frederick Chopin from 1838-1847
,
by Narcisse E.J. Desmadryl, mezzotint 1839; based on a portrait by August Charpeantier, 1838.
Collection of the Museum of the Frederick Chopin Society in Warsaw,
inv. no. M/2094.
JPEG 23 K





39. Card with the confession by George Sand "On vous adore"
and an annotation by the French actress Marie Dorval "et moi aussi",
addressed to Frederick Chopin, 25 (27?) April 1838, Paris.

Photocopy of lost autographs, (now classified as an original).
Collection of the Museum of the Frederick Chopin Society in Warsaw,
inv. no. M/67.
JPEG 13 K




40. Passport belonging to Frederick Chopin issued by
the French police in 1837 in connection with his trip to London.

Print with the signature of the composer.
Collection of the Museum of the Frederick Chopin Society in Warsaw,
inv. no. M/2642.
JPEG 279 K





41. Portrait of Frederick Chopin,
by Ludwik Wawrynkiewicz, [medium], Paris 1972;
copy of a portrait by Eugene Delacroix, in oils, 1838.
Collection of the Museum of the Frederick Chopin Society in Warsaw, inv. no. M/1136.
JPEG 23 K




42. The Tuilleries Palace, Paris,
by W. Floyd, [medium and date]; based on a steel engraving by T. Allon, nineteenth century.
Collection of the Museum of the Frederick Chopin Society in Warsaw,
inv. no. M/1389.
JPEG 36 K


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