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11 · 10 · 2018

One-day Museum of Elisabeth Jerichau-Baumann’s Memorabilia 

The Danish Cultural Institute invites you to visit Fort Sokolnickiego in Żoliborz-district

in Warsaw on October 14th for a special event dedicated to Elisabeth Jerichau-Baumann, a Danish painter, born 200 years ago in Żoliborz.


During the event memorabilia will be presented, a.o. to Girl’s Head, the only painting

by the artist in Polish museums, from the Royal Castle in Warsaw, and two paintings from a private collection.


Elisabeth Jerichau-Baumann was an unique personality. She was endowed with a great talent, thanks to which, despite the stereotypes about women prevailing in the middle of 19th century, she won over many European magnates, including Queen Victoria that was a great devotee of her talent.


The event’s program:
13.00 – “Life and works of Elisabeth Jerichau-Baumann, Danish painter, born

in Żoliborz” dr Beata Michalec – lecture
14.00 – Presentation of memorabilia, including the painting Girl’s Head from the Collection Foundation Ciechanowieccy in the Royal Castle – Bogusława Sochańska
15.00 – Harp, cello and flute concert performed by Trio Impresja


One-day Museum of Elisabeth Jerichau-Baumann’s Memorabilia 
October the 14th, 2018, at 13.00-16.00
Fort Sokolnickiego in Żoliborz, Warsaw
Czarnieckiego 51 st.




Danish Cultural Institute is partner of the event.