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Michal Plonski

Michal Plonski was born in Warsaw in 1778. He took drawing lessons from Jan Piotr Norblin. At the age of 18 he travelled to Italy, and upon his return mainly produced drawings. From 1800 he spent time in Copenhagen, Amsterdam and Paris where he learnt the techniques of graphic reproduction. In Paris, he worked at the Cabinet des Estampes [Imperial Print Room]. At this time he mainly produced small miniature portraits and dealt with copies of the Old Masters, publishing an album with reproductions of Rembrandt’s paintings. In his later years Plonski suffered from mental illness and died in a psychiatric clinic in Warsaw in 1812.

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