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The Sculptures of Saxon Garden, Warsaw (Part 6)

Of the 21 surviving sandstone sculptures in the Saxon Garden in Warsaw, I have now shown all but one. The remaining sculpture is probably the first that many visitors will see when entering the garden from Pilsudski Square, and it is one of my favorites: Intelekt (Intellect). Continue reading

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The Sculptures of Saxon Garden, Warsaw (Part 5)

The four sandstone sculptures from the Saxon Garden in Warsaw that are shown today include one with no inscription and three with incorrect inscriptions, the result of renovations in the 19th century. Continue reading

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The Sculptures of Saxon Garden, Warsaw (Part 4)

Of the 21 surviving sandstone sculptures in Saxon Garden, many of the inscriptions are incorrect, the result of renovations in the 19th century. Several of he sculptures have no inscription at all, but the personifications have been deduced based on analysis of the subjects and the objects they hold. Continue reading

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