Barbara Lubomirska (17th century)
|Barbara Domicela Lubomirska|
|Coat of arms||Lubomirski|
Michał Zebrzydowski, Franciszek Florian Zebrzydowski, Anna Zebrzydowska
|Died||between 1667 and 1676|
Lubomirska is remembered mainly for her realistic funerary portrait (shaped like the cross-section of her own coffin). It was painted in oil on a sheet of metal by an anonymous master-painter active in Masovia in mid-second half of the 17th century. The painting is on display at the National Museum in Warsaw on loan from the Gallery of Portrait at the Palace Museum in Wilanów. It is a prominent example of the funerary art tradition popular among the nobles (szlachta) of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth.
- "Portret Trumienny Barbary Domicelli Lubomirskiej (Nr inw. MP 4298)". Portrety sarmackie (in Polish). Galeria Portretu w Wilanowie. January 7, 2013. Retrieved March 26, 2013.
- The Polish Way: A Thousand-Year History of the Poles and Their Culture by Adam Zamoyski, 1994 New York: Hippocrene Books, ISBN 0-7818-0200-8, p. 203
- Stanisław Śmierciak (December 26, 2011). "Nowy Sącz wydaje niecodzienny kalendarz" (in Polish). Onet.pl Wiadomości. Retrieved March 26, 2013.