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Mistrza Romana wznoszę zdrowie… Materiały Romana Szwoynickiego w zbiorach PAN Archiwum w Warszawie

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dc.creator Słojkowska, Katarzyna -
dc.date.accessioned 2016-11-22T11:58:04Z
dc.date.available 2016-11-22T11:58:04Z
dc.date.issued 2015 -
dc.identifier.uri http://elibrary.mab.lt/handle/1/7080
dc.description Moksliniai straipsniai / Scientific articles -
dc.description.abstract Part of the collections of the Archive of Polish Academy of Sciences is the heritage of the artist-painter Roman Szwoynicki. His archive is small but very diverse. It includes biographical materials, correspondence and materials related to the owner’s artistic work, and consists of printed and manuscript documents, as well as photos and pictures. Greater part of them constitutes a bound book, „Silva rerum“. The Szwoynicki materials come from years 1542–1925. The oldest document is an ancestral privilege written on parchment. On its reverse there is the Szwoynicki family tree. The latest document is a press clipping with a photo of Roman Szwoynicki as disciple of Wojciech Gerson. The collection includes some interesting art works, such as pictures, sketches and workshop notes. Humorous poems by the artist are of equal interest. Most of them were written for friends on such occasions as social rounds, name days or birthdays. Amongst biographical materials, there are original photos and photographic reproductions. They mostly show scenes from the exile to Siberia. A very interesting part of the collection is the artist’s outgoing and incoming correspondence with the family and friends. It includes a letter from Henryk Sienkiewicz containing an invitation to a family council meeting. The diversity of the heritage of Roman Szwoynicki perfectly reflects the many-sidedness of his life. He hailed from Samogitia, took part in the January uprising, was exiled to Siberia, became student to Wojciech Gerson and received recognition in wider circles of the Warsaw society. The archive is a valuable source on the fates of the gentry after the January uprising and their customs at the turn of the 20th century. The materials include much information on the Warsaw artistic and literary environment of that time. The archive demonstrates the artist’s strong connections with Lithuania and Samogitia. -
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dc.language pl -
dc.relation.ispartof Lietuvos mokslų akademijos Vrublevskių biblioteka. 2015, 2011/2012, p. 105-112. lt
dc.subject Romanas Švoinickis (Szwoynicky) -
dc.subject Sukilimas -
dc.subject Dailininkas -
dc.subject Wojciechas Gersonas -
dc.subject Archyvas -
dc.subject Dokumentai -
dc.subject Piešinys -
dc.subject Žemaitija -
dc.subject Sibiras -
dc.subject Tremtis -
dc.title Mistrza Romana wznoszę zdrowie… Materiały Romana Szwoynickiego w zbiorach PAN Archiwum w Warszawie -
dc.title.alternative The Heritage of Roman Szwoynicki in the Collections of the Archive of the Polish Academy of Sciences -
dc.type Straipsnis -


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