Cyprian Kamil Norwid

He was a poet, prose writer, playwright, draftsman and translator. He is considered to be the greatest Polish writer. His most famous works are Promethidion, Quidam, Zwolon, Behind the Scenes, the Great Lady’s Ring and Chopin’s Piano. The artist visited Krakow, and for a short time stayed there, visiting other artists, strolling around libraries or admiring processions. During one of his visits in 1852, he wrote the drama Wanda and Krakus, both closely related to Krakow legendary stories. Adam Potocki, the owner of Krzeszowice and the Pod Baranami palace, supported Norwid financially during his stay in Krakow, the latter developed plans for cottages, inns and houses for foresters. The city of Krakow named one of the streets in the Oficerski estate in honor of the artist.

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