family Pohl
Creators of the collection:

The Pohl family owned the estate in Kalkau since about 1830. The founder of their collection was most likely Alfred Pohl, though also his sister Marie was noted in prewar press as the owner of some paintings.

Duration of this collection in Silesia: - 1945
Description of the collection:

The collection of the Pohl family consisted of over 20 paintings by Italian, Flemish and German artists. The most precious among silesian works was undoubtedly Michael Willmann's canvas „Martyrdom of St. Barbara”. The collection was accompanied by antique furniture a fine example of which was a lavishly decorated Breslau wardrobe from 18th century.

Categories of works of art in this collection: Painting (1)
Bibliography:

Malarstwo na miedzi, wystawa w Muzeum Miedzi w Legnicy, listopad 2003 - kwiecień 2004, Hana Seifertowá, Łucja Wojtasik-Seredyszyn (ed.), Legnica 2003, cat. no. 92

Notes:

The paintings and furniture from the Pohl colelction are in the Museum in Nysa today.

Localization: Kalkau (Kałków) - palace of Pohl family
Authors of this entry:
  • Magdalena Palica
Published on: 20 / 09 / 2010
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