03/10/2022

1839, 1845, 1857 Warsaw PL – All-Russian industrial (manufactory) exhibitions

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1839, 1845, 1857 Warsaw

Name:All-Russian industrial (manufactory) exhibitions
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The Russians held sixteen exhibitions in the 19th century at multiple centres, three in Warsaw. These were organised by the law of 1828 under the jurisdiction of the Trade and Manufactory Department of the Ministry of Finance:

1829 – St Petersburg
1831 – Moscow
1833 – St Petersburg
1835 – Moscow
1839 – Warsaw
1841 – St Petersburg
1843 – Moscow
1845 – Warsaw
1849 – St Petersburg
1853 – Moscow
1857 – Warsaw
1861 – St Petersburg
1865 – Moscow
1870 – St Petersburg – Salt Town
1882 – Moscow – Khodynka
1896 – Nizhny Novgorod – the largest

There is little data on these three events.

Jan Jerzy (Georg) Lindemann (1792-1827) pursued the traditions of piano making in Kalisz, Poland. Helped by its location on the border of territories influenced by Russia and Prussia, it was one of the main piano-making centres in Poland for almost two centuries.

Antique Lindemann piano

Lindemann’s instruments were presented at the Warsaw Industrial Exhibition in 1845 (including a piano with a Viennese action, palisander veneer, inlayed, and a keyboard covered by mother of pearl, worth 750 roubles)

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