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Teofil Kwiatkowski

Teofil Antoni Jaksa Kwiatkowski (February 21, 1809, Pułtusk – August 14, 1891, Avallon, France) was a Polish painter.


Kwiatkowski participated in the November 1830 Uprising. After its suppression, he emigrated to France.[1]

His artistic work includes many images of Frédéric Chopin, including a picture of him playing at a ball at Paris's Hôtel Lambert and Chopin on His Deathbed (1849).[2]

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