Portrait of Mikolaj Dembowski
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Mikolaj Dembowski (1680–1757) – a polish nobleman, courtier, Roman Catholic religious figure, Latin bishop of Kamyanets. He was a son of Florian Dembowski, a ziemski (land) judge of Polotsk, and Ewa Szwiejko-Ciechanowiecka. In 1753 he received the Order of the White Eagle. The image of Mikolaj Dembowski, bishop of Kamyanets, a candidate for the archbishopric in Lviv, is considered one of the portraits of the clergy. The work is mentioned in the inventory of Pidhirtsi Castle in 1768, where it remained until 1939. The portrait of M. Dembowski is painted in traditional for Adam Manyoki manner, where the main attention is concentrated on the face. The portrait is executed in an ashy-silver colour scheme with a slight accent of red.
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- Mikolaj Dembowski
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