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Stanisław Zawadzki (1743–1806) was a Polish architect, representative of late-baroque and classicism, inclined towards Palladian architecture and precursor of the empire style in Polish architecture, Major General of the Army of Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth.[1]

Author of palaces in Śmiełów (1797), Dobrzyca (1799), Lubostroń (1800), defensive buildings, military buildings in Kamieniec Podolski and Warsaw.

Biography[edit | edit source]

Zawadzki was born in 1743 in Warsaw. He graduated in St. Luke Academy in Rome. In 1769 he became a professor and in 1776 an honorable member of the academy.

He died on October 19, 1806 in Warsaw.

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Henryk P. Kosk, Generalicja polska t. II, Pruszków, 2001 p. 278.

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