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Exhibits from the Potocki family deposit in Krzeszowice

  • A set of marble statues purchased by Artur and Zofia Potocki in 1830 in Rome first went to Pałac pod Baranami [Palace under the Rams] in Krakow, then to their family residence in Krzeszowice, and next – in difficult wartime conditions – it was transferred to the Princes Czartoryski Museum and deposited there thanks to the efforts of curator Pelagia Potocka. The collection presents a group of Roman sculptures as well as decorative and sepulchral bas-reliefs, unique in Polish collections. It is complemented with ceramics and bronze items.

    Text by: Dr Dorota Gorzelany – Mediterranean archaeologist, Head of the Ancient Art Department of the National Museum in Krakow.

  • Male torso after Discophoros by Polykleitos, marble, Rome, early 1st century

    Male torso after Discophoros by Polykleitos, marble, Rome, early 1st century

  • Female torso after Cora by Praxiteles, marble, Rome, Julio-Claudian period

    Female torso after Cora by Praxiteles, marble, Rome, Julio-Claudian period

  • Male torso after Doryphoros by Polykleitos, marble, Rome, first half of the 2nd century

    Male torso after Doryphoros by Polykleitos, marble, Rome, first half of the 2nd century

  • Statue of Jupiter, marble, Rome, early 3rd century

    Statue of Jupiter, marble, Rome, early 3rd century

  • Statue of the river god, marble, Rome, second half of the 2nd century

    Statue of the river god, marble, Rome, second half of the 2nd century

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