Marcello Bacciarelli .........(1)
(Rome 1731 - 1818 Warsaw)


Self-Portrait Portrait of Apolonia Poniatowska née Ustrzycka with Her Son Stanislaw Stanislaus Augustus Poniatowski

"Self-Portrait", after 1787, oil on canvas, 70.5 x 57.5 cm, National Museum, Warsaw
"Portrait of Apolonia Poniatowska née Ustrzycka with Her Son Stanislaw", 1757, oil on canvas, 143 x 114.5 cm, National Museum, Warsaw
"Stanislaus Augustus Poniatowski"

Napoleon Proclaims the Constitution of the Duchy of Warsaw Stanislaus Augustus, King of Poland Portrait of a Noble Woman

"Napoleon Proclaims the Constitution of the Duchy of Warsaw", sketch, 1811, oil on canvas, 86.5 x 73 cm, National Museum, Warsaw
"Stanislaus Augustus, King of Poland", c. 1770-75, oil on canvas, 76 x 56 cm, private collection
"Portrait of a Noble Woman", oil on canvas, 91.1 x 69.8 cm, private collection

Portrait of King Stanislaus Augustus Portrait of King Stanislaus Augustus Poniatowski with an Hourglass Portrait of King Stanislaus Augustus in a Coronation Costume

"Portrait of King Stanislaus Augustus", 1786, oil on canvas, 115.5 x 87 cm, Lviv Art Gallery, Lviv, Ukraine
"Portrait of King Stanislaus Augustus Poniatowski with an Hourglass", 1793, oil on canvas, 111.5 x 85.5 cm, National Museum, Warsaw
"Portrait of King Stanislaus Augustus in a Coronation Costume", National Museum, Poznan

[...] Marcello Bacciarelli, a Polonized Italian, who still represented the Late Baroque. Apart from numerous portraits, he executed cycles of paintings which contained apologetic-historical programmes created jointly with the monarch. A group of large-format works, with themes chosen from the history of Poland, and decorating the Knights' Hall in the Royal Castle in Warsaw, was to become the embryo of Polish historical painting. Bacciarelli also held a Castle "painting school" which trained the next generation of already Polish artists. A complex of views of Warsaw, ascribed enormous documentary value, was painted for the Castle by the Venetian vedutiste Barnardo Bellotii, called as Canaletto. The needs of the court were also served by painters-decorators: Jan Bogumil Plersch and Jean Pillement. A separate place among these artists of foreign descent but deeply embedded in our culture, was held by Jan Piotr Norblin [...] [*]

Artist’s paintings in: malarze.com

Artist biography at Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marcello_Bacciarelli

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