Daniel Schultz d. J. 004



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English: Crimean falconer of King John Casimir with his family.
Español: Halconero Crimeano del Rey Juan Casimiro con su familia.
Polski: Krymski sokolnik króla Jana Kazimierza z rodzin?.



oil on canvas


166 × 231 cm (65.4 × 90.9 in)

Saint Petersburg

Object history

circa 1664(1664): commissioned by John II Casimir of Poland, Warsaw
1707(1707): transferred to Peter I of Russia, Saint Petersburg

English: The eldest son of Crimean Agha Dedesh (Dedis) was entitled Royal Falconer in reward for his father's support during the Polish war with Russia (1654–1667). This work was painted during Agha's visit to Warsaw after successful invasion of the Left-bank Ukraine (1663-1664).


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