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Dominikovich Podolinsky

born in 1783

In 1802 he entered the Academy of fine Arts, where, after four years, received a small silver medal for drawing from nature; in 1808 he, as a pupil of the portrait class, the fourth age, along with others, was set the program for the gold medal: "imagine a sculptor, practices in their work"; but this year he's only got a large silver medal and at the same time, according to the Protocol, as "the finder of the case to decide the best place and asking for resignation from the Academy"— dismissed, having received the diploma of the first degree with a sword. What was the "best" place, unknown to us, but from 1810 till 1813 we find him a student of the engraving school at the Vilna University, where, from 15 March 1825 he was placed in the position of teacher of drawing. In 1805 he performed twenty engravings of the essay for the second volume of the edition Labenskogo: "Galerie de lHermitage, gravee au trait dapres les plus beaux tableaux qui la composent. Avec la description historique par Camille de Geneve. Ouvrage appourve par S. M. I. Alexandre I et publie par F. X. Labensky. St.-Petersbourg. 1805". Then executed: a portrait of the Professor of Vilnius University Gottfried Grodecki, with original Rustem; the Vilna Governor A. S. Lavinski (1813) with orig. Rustem, the portrait of the unknown (A. Orlovsky?) of the original I. Damel (1813); the curator of Vilna University, Prince Jerzy Czartoryski, with orig. Rustem (1813); General A. M. Kahovskogo, with original Terzi (Terzi), 1814; A. A. Sobolev (1814); Joseph Frank (1817); And Zamoyski (1818); Vladislav IV (1819); Stanislaw Zolkiewski; Lev Sapieha; the chief doctor of Napoleon I and a vignette, which is crowned by the Glory of Alexander I Emperor of the French and king of Prussia Wilhelm (1820). Portraits of Vladislav IV., Art. Zolkiewski, J. and A. M. Zamoyski Kahovskogo was placed in the edition of J. U. Niemcevicza: "Dzieje panowania Zigmunta III, krola polskiego w Warszawie. 1819". (Collection of materials for the history of the Empire. Academy Of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg. 1864; D. A. Rovinsky)

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