Johann Christian Kammsetzer
There is a record of Kammsetzer having attended the Dresden Academy of Fine Arts in 1771. From 1773 he worked for Poland's King Stanisław August Poniatowski. Together with Johann Christian Schuch and Domenico Merlini, he redesigned the King's Łazienki Park in Warsaw.
Kammsetzer died, destitute, in Warsaw. On his deathbed he married his partner of many years, Marianna Manzet (also spelled Manget and Manchette), with whom he had a son.
- "Kammsetzer, Johann Christian," Polski Słownik Biograficzny, vol. 11, Wrocław, 1964-65.
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