Count Stanisław Kazimierz Aleksander Władysław Alojzy Kossakowski (July 3, 1837, Vaitkuškis - November 4, 1905) - Lithuanian photographer. A descendant of the family of Counts of Grand Duchy of Lithuania. In 1858-1865 Kossakowski worked in the Heraldry Commission of the Kingdom of Poland as well as in the Affairs Committee and the State Council. In 1875, he was a chamberlain of the Russian Emperor's Manor. In 1876-1885  – Ukmergė County Peace Judge, in 1879-1883 – the Head of Ukmergė City (Burmese). In 1885, he was elected as the head of the nobility of Ukmergė county (not approved by the government). Kossakowski was a member of the Warsaw Art Promotion Society (in 1872-1874 and a Vice-President in 1876) and Warsaw Photographic Society (since 1903).
After 1890, Kossakowski founded a photo studio in Vaitkuškis Manor where he worked with his assistant photographer J.Krajewski. He participated and was honored in exhibitions in Warsaw (1889, 1897, 1901), Daugavpils, London, Vitebsk (all 1903), Panevėžys (1903-1904), Krakow (1904).



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