Portrait of Teodor Jozef Lubomirski
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Teodor Jozef Lubomirski (1683–1745) was a voivode of Krakow, Polish nobleman, and statesman of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. He was Field Marshal of Austria and Knight of the Order of the Golden Fleece. Teodor Lubomirski was a son of Stanislaw Herakliusz, Marshal of the Grand Crown, and Elizabeth Denhoff. The portrait has been mentioned in the inventory records of the Pidhirtsi Castle since 1768. In 1939, the work was known as a portrait of Jerzy Aleksander Lubomirski, the voivode of Sandomierz. A similar portrait comes from the Rozdil Castle. The work was attributed as an image of Teodor Jozef Lubomirski according to Jan Juliusz Ostrowski. The portrait is painted in the European tradition. Teodor Jozef Lubomirski is represented in a fashionable large silver wig, in a solemn pose; his body is depicted in profile with his head turned to the viewer. A proud posture, a head slightly tilted back, and a piercing gaze show the image of a strong-willed and purposeful personality.
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