Hippocrates’ Students by the Motława – EXHIBITION

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Nov 15 2016Feb 5 2017

The National Museum in Gdańsk


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Daniel Beckher, De cultrivoro Prussiaco observatio et curatio singularis, 1640, Leiden


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Andreas Stech, Portrait of Johann Gabriel Schmiedt,

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Interesting details from engraving by Friedrich Carl Goebel, 1713


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Caspar Bauhin, Institutiones anatomicae corporis virilis et muliebris historiam exhibentes, 1604

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Engraving by Johann Benscheimer, details from portrait of Johann Georg Schwabe, 1661


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Nathanel Mathaeus von Wolf, Unterricht vors Volk gegen die Pest, 1770


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Johann Philip Breyn, Dissertatio physica de polythalamiis, nova testaceorum classe, 1732


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Portrait of Johannes Placotomus, engraving, 1574

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Jakob Breyne, Prodromi fasciculi rariorum plantarum primus et secundus, 1739


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Antonio Musa Brasavola, 1540


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Details by Gerard Edelinck from portrait of Christoph Gottwald, 1753

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Edward Sitek 1940-2002

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Tunel z cyklu Człowiek Samotny, drewno, 1994


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Z cyklu Człowiek Samotny, drewno, 1989


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Portret z gęsią z cyklu Człowiek Samotny, drewno, 1994


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Z cyklu Człowiek Samotny, żeliwo, 1980


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Głowa, gips, lata 90


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Portret blond, ceramika, 1985

Hanna and Leszek Nowosielscy

Hanna and Leszek Nowosielscy lived in Podkowa Lesna (Poland). He was a polish artist who worked in conjunction with his wife – Helena Nowosielska. They began to work on porcelain using „on-glaze painting” to create many different vases and other ceramics. The artists created graphics, paintings, ceramics with historical and architectural motives. The subjects matters ranged from allegories, abstract compositions or motives showing destructions like Auschwitz, Hiroshima. Their works are in many museums, private collections in Poland and overseas. Their works are in collections: National Museum in Warsaw, National Museum in Wroclaw, National Museum in Gdansk, Mazovian Museum and National Archeological Museum in Warsaw.


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